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    Hi, Folks.. just a little help.

    Hi, Folks... Could someone translate 2 words for me? They are in english and i need it in Russian, but with some conditions:

    condition 1: the words have to be strictly related to the military language.
    condition 2: the words must be in CAPITAL LETTERS
    condition 3: It must be a precise translation

    The two words are:

    REFUSE

    RESIST


    I thank you all in advance for the time spent
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    Don't believe the upside-down bird.

    are the words supposed the be commands or simple verbs (as in "to REFUSE")?
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    Hi, Kalinka.... thanx for your warning... and thanx for the attention too.

    The Two Words are supposed to be commands.

    Can you help me somehow?

    thanx again
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    Well, this is the literal translations as commands to a single person:

    REFUSE - ОТКАЖИ
    RESIST - СОПРОТИВЛЯЙСЯ

    a stronger more "angry" way could be:

    REFUSE - ОТКАЗАТЬ
    RESIST - СОПРОТИВЛЯТЬСЯ

    But I don't know how "military" these words are, maybe some of our Russians can enlighten us.
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    Hi, Kalinka... I've did some research in the net and I've found these two.

    ОПРОВЕРЖИМЫЙ = REFUSE

    СОПРОТИВЛЕНИЕ = RESIST


    any chance of these two results being right as well?


    thanx
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marcelo Voss
    Hi, Kalinka... I've did some research in the net and I've found these two.

    ОПРОВЕРЖИМЫЙ = REFUSE

    СОПРОТИВЛЕНИЕ = RESIST
    Well no, did you just use an on-line translator, you naughty boy, you?!?

    ОПРОВЕРЖИМЫЙ is an adjective that means "refutable"
    СОПРОТИВЛЕНИЕ is a noun that means "resistance"
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    Maybe ОТВЕРГНУТЬ and ПРОТИВОСТОЯТЬ are more related to the military language, but I'm not sure, it depends on context, and kalinka's variants are fine too
    My English isn't so good, зато с русским все в порядке ))
    I'll be very thankful, if you correct my mistakes.

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    Thanx, Pranky for your help as well

    i would say that the context i've wondered is something like an order to a brave soldier to defend his country against enemies and opressive values.

    thanx for the attention as well

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    The photos in Sureal Perspectives were nice!!
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    Thanx DDT !
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    the more context, the more help

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    Quote Originally Posted by Indra
    the more context, the more help
    think this kind of context:


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    Yes... this picture says perfectly what I meant!!!!!!

    ANY DIFFERENT VARIATIONS FOR THE WORDS IN THE PICTURE?




    Thanx, Din!
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    Hm... Now I think, the kalinka's first variant (ОТКАЖИ and СОПРОТИВЛЯЙСЯ ) was the best.

    But anyway, I can't understand why word REFUSE is in the picture
    My English isn't so good, зато с русским все в порядке ))
    I'll be very thankful, if you correct my mistakes.

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    Lingvo:

    refuse

    4) воен. отводить войска назад; избегать столкновения с противником


    Может, тут имеется в виду что-то типа партизанской тактики — «ударил-спрятался»?

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    Скорее отступил и начал партизанскую войну, непонятно только почему из рогатки :)

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    I think it is mean
    ОТКАЖИСЬ
    СОПРОТИВЛЯЙСЯ
    if it is something about terorism so this is the best translation

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    Quote Originally Posted by net surfer
    Скорее отступил и начал партизанскую войну, непонятно только почему из рогатки
    This makes more sense than prevous translations.

    Marcelo Voss, I got your PM, just had no chance to reply. and there's still a lack of context, since REFUSE has several meanings in English

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