from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A comrade.
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- n. Alternative form of tovarish.
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- n. a comrade (especially in Russian communism)
And why does he have to stay locked in the cold war as your comrade the meaning of tovarich, there is a very different word for “friend”?
Looks like you beat them to the punch there tovarich.
Pogo, where is moi drug pronounced dr-oo-g, мой друг, tovarich PogoПОССУМ?
That's the United States Air Force Reserve Pipe Band you're looking at, tovarich. posted by John at 6: 07 PM
"Don't you agree, tovarich?" the KGB man said, beaming.
"We're alive, tovarich, alive, so how can a day be filthy, eh?"
"If you believed, you would live a longer and better life, tovarich."
I salute tovarich Polyakov, and am beginning to wonder if - yet again, I have been too conservative.
Ain't Obama-style socialism grand, tovarich and tovarin?
"The energies and resources of three hundred million Russians are channeled to solve that problem, tovarich.
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