Artificial Bridal bouquet with their hands

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Wiktionary Go to navigation Go to search Morphological and syntactic properties deaths unit. h. mn h. husband R. Wed R. female R. Them. Artificial Artificial Artificial Artificial Art. Artificial Artificial Artificial Artificial Art. Artificial Artificial Artificial Artificial Ex. animate Artificial Artificial Artificial Neo. artificial tv. by the artificial by the artificial by the artificial by the artificial artificial art artificial short art form
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artificial

Adjective, qualitative, declination type according to A. Zaliznyak's classification - 1a [(1)].

Root: -Artificial; end: th [Tikhonov, 1996]. Pronunciation of the MFA: [ɪˈskustvʲɪn (ː)] Semantic properties Meaning created or implemented by a person like or instead of natural, authentic ◆ I understood and quickly found in my things a bouquet of artificial flowers. B. P. Ekimov, Pinochet, 1999 (quoted from the National Corps of the Russian language, see References) associated with conscious human activity caused by such an activity ◆ An electronic metal detector with a built-in computer does not only sensitively react to any metal object hidden under the ground, but it is also able to distinguish artificial metal from natural ore deposits. “Store Booklet”, 2004 (quotation from the National Corpus of the Russian language, see References), revised, disapproved. delicate, insincere ◆ The correspondence from Pretoria is far from sharing the artificial optimism that is supported by the government here. N. Yermolov, “Reports”, 1901 (quotation from the National Corps of the Russian language, see References) ◆ It seemed to him boring, the plot was a sin of purpose, and the whole play was some kind of chamber and artificial. NB Dezhnev, “In concert performance”, 1993 (quotation from the National Corps of the Russian language, see References) invented specially, not caused by genuine, natural necessity ◆ Artificial, unnatural methods increase interest in the details of the research work. EG Gershtein, "In the forty-eighth", 1966-2002 (citation from the National Corps of the Russian language, see References) Synonyms of man-made, partial: man-made forced, made, fake, feigned, unnatural, fake, feigned, fake forced, contrived Antonyms natural, natural, natural natural, natural, natural natural, natural, organic Hyperonyms Synthesized hypononyms, synthetic Related words Etymology

Occurs from the noun art, further from the art, from Art.-Glory. isokousity (Greek: πειράζειν, δοκιμάζειν), associated with a bitch, from the praslav. kǫsъ "piece" of the cat. among other things happened: al-Rus. kus, church.-glory. kѫs, russk. cous, bite, Ukrainian, Belor. cous, kosok, bolg. kâs, serbohorv. kus, kusak, slovensk. kȏs, czech., slovak kus, polish. kęs, kąsek, v.-puddle, n.-puddle kus, polabsk. kǫs; goes back to praindoevr. kǝnod- Phraseologisms and stable combinations Translation done, unnatural Interrobang.svg To improve this article, preferably:
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