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Slovenian ‘baviti’

The database knows following meanings of the Slovenian word ‘baviti’:

  • to be interested in
See also: baviti se

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The database has information related to this term for Bulgarian, Croatian, Czech, Polish, Slovak and Slovenian.

Slovenian ‘baviti’:

  • The Slovenian meaning ‘to be interested in’ is shared by Croatian baviti se, Polish bawić się and Slovak bavit.
  • The meaning ‘to talk’ (not present in Slovenian ‘baviti’, translated as ‘pogovarjati se’) is attested in Czech bavit.
  • The meaning ‘to enjoy’ (not present in Slovenian ‘baviti’) is attested in Czech bavit, Polish bawić się and Slovak bavit.
  • The meaning ‘to occupy oneself with’ (not present in Slovenian ‘baviti’) is attested in Slovenian baviti se.
  • The meaning ‘to entertain’ (not present in Slovenian ‘baviti’) is attested in Czech bavit.
  • The meaning ‘to slow down’ (not present in Slovenian ‘baviti’) is attested in Bulgarian бавя.
Slovenian
baviti
See also: baviti se
Meaning:
  • to be interested in
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Bulgarian
бавя
Meaning:
  • to slow down
Slovenian
baviti
See also: baviti se
Meaning:
  • to be interested in
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Croatian
baviti se
Meaning:
  • to be interested in
Slovenian
baviti
See also: baviti se
Meaning in Czech:
  • zabývat se / to be interested in
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Czech
bavit
Meaning in Slovenian:
  1. pogovarjati se / to talk
  2. to enjoy
  3. to entertain
Slovenian
baviti
See also: baviti se
Meaning:
  • to be interested in
Map
Bibliography
List
Wikibook
Polish
bawić się
Meaning:
  1. to be interested in
  2. to enjoy
Slovenian
baviti
See also: baviti se
Meaning:
  • to be interested in
Map
Bibliography
List
Wikibook
Slovak
bavit
Meaning:
  1. to be interested in
  2. to enjoy

Meanings:

‘to talk’
‘to be interested in’
‘to enjoy’
‘to occupy oneself with’
‘to entertain’
‘to slow down’
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Meanings
to talk to be interested in to enjoy to occupy oneself with to entertain to slow down
Polish bawić się++
Czech bavit+++
Slovak bavit++
Slovenian baviti+
Slovenian baviti se+
Croatian baviti se+
Bulgarian бавя+
Meanings to talk to be interested in to enjoy to occupy oneself with to entertain to slow down

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