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 Translation for 'Moscow' from English to Russian
NOUN   Moscow | -
SYNO capital of the Russian Federation | Moscow | Russian capital
московский {adj}Moscow [attr.]
геогр.
Москва {ж}
Moscow
архит.ЮНЕСКО
Московский Кремль {м}
Moscow Kremlin
гастр.
Московский мул {м}
Moscow mule
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Usage Examples English
  • The members of the Government of Moscow are the Mayor of Moscow, the Deputy Mayors of Moscow in the Moscow Government and the Moscow Government ministers.
  • Fiber-optic cable lines crosses Russian Federation on directions «Moscow — Novorossiysk», «Moscow — Khabarovsk» and «Moscow — Saint Petersburg».
  • "Moscow-Petushki", also published as "Moscow to the End of the Line", "Moscow Stations", and "Moscow Circles", is a pseudo-autobiographical postmodernist prose poem by Russian writer and satirist Venedikt Yerofeyev.
  • Khimki (...) is a city in Moscow Oblast, Russia, 18.25 kilometres northwest of central Moscow, and immediately beyond the Moscow city boundary.
  • The artist was a contestant at numerous international contemporary art fairs, including Art Central (Hong Kong), Art Dubai (Dubai), Blazar (Moscow), Cosmoscow (Moscow).

  • is the second of the Moscow Central Diameters, a suburban network in Moscow which uses the existing infrastructure of Moscow Railway and provides a regular connection between Moscow and surrounding cities.
  • Lokomotiv Moscow has the most Russian Cup championships in history, followed by CSKA Moscow (7), Spartak Moscow and Zenit Saint Petersburg (3 each).
  • There are many successful football clubs in Moscow including FC Spartak Moscow, PFC CSKA Moscow, FC Dynamo Moscow, Lokomotiv Moscow, and Torpedo Moscow.
  • In 2015 Antufiev was announced as the winner of the "Collecting Young Russian Art", V-A-C (Moscow)/M HKA (Antwerp) scheme, and he was also one of the award winners of Cosmoscow Contemporary Art Fair 2015 Patron Program in support of young Russian artists.
  • The second edition of Cosmoscow took place in 2014. The fair took place at the Moscow Manege, lasting for 4 days (September 18–21), hosted 26 galleries and welcomed 10,500 visitors.

  • 1930 – as a result of Moscow Zootechnic Institute’s reorganization four education institutions were established: Moscow Zootechnic Institute of horse breeding based on the Horse Breeding Faculty, Moscow Cattle Institute, Moscow Sheep-breeding Institute and Moscow Veterinarian Institute.
  • And the unique round kindergarten by Buromoscow in the Varshavskoe Shosse 141 project was named Best Urban Architectural Solution for Educational and Medical Facilities by Moscow's Architectural Council.
  • Youth teams (boys and girls) play in Moscow Top League (D-1) vs best Russian Football Academies, including Spartak Moscow, CSKA Moscow and others.
  • Sapsan Arena (...) is a football stadium situated in Moscow, Russia. It hosts Kazanka Moscow, Lokomotiv Moscow's farm club, and Lokomotiv Moscow's youth team. It seats 10,000 people.
  • ... in Moscow – 28 August 1878 in Moscow) was a Russian dancer who graduated from the Moscow Bolshoi Ballet School in 1836.

  • Alexey Yakovlevich Kuznetsov ([...]; 1910, Moscow – 1969, Moscow Since 1933 he worked on the construction of Moscow Canal.
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