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Astronaut – Космонавт 

Russian word for astronaut

 

 

 

Космонавт [kos-mo-NAFT]

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космонавт [kos-mo-NAFT] = astronaut – noun, Masculine, Singular, Nominative Case

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Russian word for astronaut
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Космонавт [kos-mo-NAFT]

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космонавт [kos-mo-NAFT] = astronaut – noun, Masculine, Singular, Nominative Case

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