- adj.俄国的，俄罗斯的; 俄语的;
- n.俄国人，俄罗斯人; 俄语;
- 复数: Russians;
The Ukrainians speak a Slavonic language similar to Russian.
Livy's getting on very well in Russian. She learns very quickly.
You are playing Russian roulette every time you have unprotected sex.
Russian is the one compulsory foreign language on the school curriculum.
Stalin's methods had industrialized the Russian economy.
German armoured divisions pierced the Russian lines.
The modern Russian alphabet has 31 letters.
She spoke with a phoney Russian accent.
The airline was accused of playing Russian roulette with passenger safety.
He quickly interpreted to us what the Russian was saying.
A variety of Russian goods are forwarded through Sweden.
I wish to furbish up the Russian I learnt at college.
He felt a strong affinity to the Russian girl.
He quickly interpreted to me what the Russian was saying.
He both speaks and writes Russian.
The Russian, Greek and Polish storks flew as far as South Africa, while those from Spain, Tunisia and Germany flew only as far as the Sahel.
You can see that we're here to stay, said Vladimir Cheberdak, 57, chief of the Bellingshausen Station, as he sipped tea under a portrait of Fabian Gottlieb von Bellingshausen, a high-ranking officer in the Imperial Russian Navy who explored the Antarctic coast in 1820.
Elsewhere in Antarctica, Russian researchers boast of their recent discovery of a freshwater reserve the size of Lake Ontario after drilling through miles of solid ice.
China's newly renovated Great Wall Station on King George Island makes the Russian and Chilean bases here seem outdated.
Bearded Russian priests offer regular services at the Orthodox church for the 16 or so Russian speakers who spend the winter at the base, largely polar scientists in fields like glaciology and meteorology.
At least three Russian stations are already operating in Antarctica, part of its effort to challenge the dominance of the American GPS, and new stations are planned for sites like the Russian base, in the shadow of the Orthodox Church of the Holy Trinity.
The notion of space tourism took hold in 2001 with a $20 million flight aboard a Russian spacecraft by Dennis Tito, a millionaire engineer with an adventurous streak.
A famous Russian ballet is coming to town next weekend.
For example, Russian, French, and Spanish persons may use silence to show agreement between parties about the topic under discussion.
2016年高考英语全国卷1 阅读理解 阅读D 原文
The death of Russians may result in a shrinking population, which would damage its economic future.
2017年高考英语江苏卷 任务型阅读 题设收起真题例句
1. a native or inhabitant of Russia
2. the Slavic language that is the official language of Russia
1. of or pertaining to or characteristic of Russia or its people or culture or language;