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False Friends in Slavic Languages


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Slovak ‘bavit’

The database knows following meanings of the Slovak word ‘bavit’:

  • to be interested in
  • to enjoy

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

Slovak ‘bavit’:

  • The Slovak meaning ‘to be interested in’ is shared by Croatian baviti se, Polish bawić się and Slovenian baviti.
  • The Slovak meaning ‘to enjoy’ is shared by Czech bavit and Polish bawić się.
  • The meaning ‘to talk’ (not present in Slovak ‘bavit’) is attested in Czech bavit.
  • The meaning ‘to occupy oneself with’ (not present in Slovak ‘bavit’) is attested in Slovenian baviti se.
  • The meaning ‘to entertain’ (not present in Slovak ‘bavit’) is attested in Czech bavit.
  • The meaning ‘to slow down’ (not present in Slovak ‘bavit’) is attested in Bulgarian бавя.
Slovak
bavit
Meaning:
  1. to be interested in
  2. to enjoy
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Bulgarian
бавя
Meaning:
  • to slow down
Slovak
bavit
Meaning:
  1. to be interested in
  2. to enjoy
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Croatian
baviti se
Meaning:
  • to be interested in
Slovak
bavit
Meaning in Czech:
  1. zabývat se / to be interested in
  2. to enjoy
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Czech
bavit
Meaning:
  1. to talk
  2. to enjoy
  3. to entertain
Slovak
bavit
Meaning:
  1. to be interested in
  2. to enjoy
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Polish
bawić się
Meaning:
  1. to be interested in
  2. to enjoy
Slovak
bavit
Meaning:
  1. to be interested in
  2. to enjoy
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Slovenian
I.   baviti
Meaning:
  • to be interested in
II.  baviti seMeaning:
  • to occupy oneself with

Meanings:

‘to talk’
‘to be interested in’
‘to enjoy’
‘to occupy oneself with’
‘to entertain’
‘to slow down’
no such word
no information yet
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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