I. 1. търговец на роби
2. кораб, който пренася роби
II. 1. слюнка, лига
2. подмазване, подлизурство
3. глупости, лигавщини
III. 1. лигавя (се), олигавям (се)
2. подмазвам се
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{'sleivъ} n 1. търговец на роби; 2. кораб, който пренася роби.(2) {'slavъ} n 1. слюнка; лига; 2. подмазване, подлизурство; З{3} {'slavъ} v 1. лигавя (се), олигавям (се); 2. подмазвам се.
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слюнка; лига;
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1. i. търговец на роби 2. ii. слюнка, лига 3. iii. лигавя (се), олигавям (се) 4. глупости, лигавщини 5. кораб, който пренася роби 6. подмазвам се 7. подмазване, подлизурство
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slaver[´sleivə] I. n 1. роботърговец; 2. кораб за търговия с роби; II. slaver[´slævə] n 1. лига, слюнка; 2. прен. лигавене, подмазване, сервилност, подлизурство; III. v 1. лигавя (се), олигавям (се); текат ми лигите (и прен.); 2. подлизурствам, подмазвам се блюдолизнича.

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