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    взимопонимание

    Чтовы преподать урок культурного взимопонимания, царь Дарий однажды пригласил ьывших в тот день...
    In Google I find many times this word, but not in any Dictionary. It must be a common word but... Tks
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    it is взаимопонимание - it means mutual understanding.
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    There is also a french word rapport. I'm not sure whether it is in use in English.

    The word взаимопонимание consists of two parts:
    взаимо - from the word взаимный which means mutual, common, etc.
    and понимание, which means understanding.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ramil
    There is also a french word rapport. I'm not sure whether it is in use in English.
    You hear it, but not too much. Besides, he's in Spain, where they speak Spanish, so I don't know about its usage there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ramil
    There is also a french word rapport. I'm not sure whether it is in use in English.

    The word взаимопонимание consists of two parts:
    взаимо - from the word взаимный which means mutual, common, etc.
    and понимание, which means understanding.
    This french word you refer to can be "ensemble"?. It is fun than the only Russian word recognised in French as Russian is "bistro" = "bar, pub", introduced by Russians who entered Paris after defeating Napoleon III.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vladi
    It is fun than the only Russian word recognised in French as Russian is "bistro" = "bar, pub", introduced by Russians who entered Paris after defeating Napoleon III.
    It will be more fun I you knew that French word Sortie (Exit) was taken by soldiers back to Russia. Now it's a rather common slang name for the toilet.
    You see, when they were drinking in bistros they needed to take a leak from time to time. So now it's the russian word сортир.
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