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    How do you say "come on!" in russian??

    How do you say "come on!" in russian?... Thanks

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    Думаю, что "давай".

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    I think that phrase would have two different translations based on the context.

    1. Come on! Let's go! - Давай! Пошли!
    2. Come on! Get over her! - Да, ладно! Забудь её!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Multilex
    come on (phr v)
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    9. в грам. знач. междометия разг.
    1) ну-ка, ну давай
    come on, or we'll be late — давай-давай, а то опоздаем
    come on, children, let's have a little quiet — ну-ка, ребята, не шумите
    oh, come on, be serious! — хватит, брось шутки!
    2) ну вот ещё!, быть не может! (выражает удивление, сомнение, недоверие)
    "Россия для русских" - это неправильно. Остальные-то чем лучше?

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