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    броня на Вас

    I have heard it clearly repeated, but I ask if it is a colloquial phrase or it must be so.
    A person goes to reception in a hotel and says:
    -Для нас забронировали 30 мест.
    - 30 человек? У меня нет на Вас не такой брони. (I have not for you such a reserve).
    Which case is here "на Вас "? an accusative or a locative? No prepositional regime is shown for this verb in dictionaries. Thank you.

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    Re: броня на Вас

    accusative - на Вас. genitive - брони.
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    Re: броня на Вас

    броня - armor
    бронь - reservation

    Quote Originally Posted by radomir
    I have heard it clearly repeated, but I ask if it is a colloquial phrase or it must be so.
    A person goes to reception in a hotel and says:
    -Для нас забронировали 30 мест.
    - 30 человек? У меня нет на Вас [s:13o3vfqm]не[/s:13o3vfqm] такой брони. (I have not for you such a reserve).
    Which case is here "на Вас "? an accusative or a locative? No prepositional regime is shown for this verb in dictionaries. Thank you.
    It's better to say "для вас" imho. But "на вас" is acceptable too.
    Please, correct my mistakes, except for the cases I misspell something on purpose!

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    Re: броня на Вас

    Thank you.

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