Privet essentially means greetings, with a connotation of news, and is used as an informal hello or hi.
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A Russian greeting equivalent to "hellO' in English and "hola" in Spanish. "Hey man, privet!"
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Unknown origin, but possibly connected to prime. IPA(key): /ˈprɪvɪt/. Rhymes: -ɪvɪt. privet (plural privets). Any of various shrubs and small trees in the genus Ligustrum. 1954, Alexander Alderson, chapter 1, in The Subtle Minotaur: Slowly she turned round and faced towards a neat white bungalow...
Privet russian. you may also say Poka (pah-kah; 'bye or see you later)). (duh svee-dah-nee-ye which literally means "Till (the next)) meeting."
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