gospodin

gospodin

(ɡəspaˈdin)
n, pl -poda (-paˈda)
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) a Russian title of address, often indicating respect, equivalent to sir when used alone or to Mr when before a name
[literally: lord]
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Some BGN 40,000 were allocated for the repayment of employees' bank loans, the insurances have also been partially paid, said trade union leader Gospodin Yankov.
V bricke sidel gospodin, ne krasavec, no i ne durnoj naruznosti, ni sliskom tolst, ni sliskom tonok; nel'zja skazat', ctoby star, odnako z i ne tak, ctoby sliskom molod.
mojih drugova koje je poslao gospodin da vide sto nisam dosao u skolu.
Still, nowhere in Ak Welpasar's novel is Niyazov's name mentioned directly, and the protagonist modeled after him also remains nameless, although his cumbersome title, gospodin tovarishch president (mister comrade president), resonates on every page like a drumbeat, bringing incessant attention to bear on the fact that the former "comrade"--communist first secretary--of the erstwhile Soviet republic has smoothly transitioned into a respectable "mister president.
Vecheslova and Gospodin Chabukani were made for America.
Workers have not been paid salaries for April and May 2014, the chairman of the trade union committee of the Confederation of Independent Trade Unions in Bulgaria (CITUB) in the company Gospodin Yankov told Investor.
Bulgarian cheese is made of German milk, warned Gospodin Gospodinov, Chair of the Branch Union of Stock-breeders in Bulgaria.
She spends her days looking after baby Dinko, daughter Naska, two, and son Gospodin, one.