On this page you will learn how to say slow in Russian

SLOW – Медленный

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Медленный [MED-len-niy]

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Медленный [MED-len-niy] = slow – adjective, Masculine, Singular, Nominative Case
Медленно [MED-len-na] = slowly – adverb

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Медленный [MED-len-niy]

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About the word

Медленный [MED-len-niy] = slow – adjective, Masculine, Singular, Nominative Case
Медленно [MED-len-na] = slowly – adverb

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