How to say business hours in Russian: priyomnye chasy

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How to say business hours in Russian: priyomnye chasy

Learning Russian for travel or study? Let’s try this term:

To say business hours in Russian: priyomnye chasy
Say it out loud: “pree yom nye che sy

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Some more helpful words in our Russian Dining Basics,Time category:

beer / wine – pivo / vino  (pee vah / vee noh)
beverage – napitki  (nah peet kee)
business hours – priyomnye chasy  (pree yom nye che sy)
casual restaurant – bar  (bar)
check – shchyot  (shchyot)
coffee / tea – kofe / chay  (koh fye / chay)
day after tomorrow – poslezavtra  (poh slye zah ftrah)
grocery store – produktovyu magazin  (prah dooc toh vyu mah gah zeen)
marketplace – rynok  (ry nak)
menu – menyu  (mye nyu)
one hour – odin chas  (ah deen chahs)
restaurant – restoran  (rye stah rahn)
service charge – plata za obsluzhivaniye  (plah tah zah ah p sloo zhy vah nee ye)
table for two – stolik na dvoih  (stoh leek nah dvah eeh)
this evening – etim vecherom  (eh tee mvye che rahm)
this morning – etim utrom  (eh teem oo trahm)
tip – chayevye  (che ye vye)
today – segodnya  (see voh dnya)
tomorrow – zavtra  (zah ftrah)
two hours – dva chasa  (dvah che sah)
water – voda  (vah dah)
when? – kogda?  (kah gdah?)
yesterday; last night – vchera; proshloy noch'yu  (fche rah; proh shlay noh chyu)
you got the time? – skolko vremeni  (oo vahs yest vrye mya?)

And here’s how to say business hours in other languages!

Arabic–Sa'ar El 'mal  (sa hat el amal)
Chinese–Yíngyè Shíjiān  (Ing Yay Shr Jyen)
Croatian–radno vrijeme  (rahd no vree im ay)
Czech–otevírací doba  (oo tev EAR ahsee doe bah)
Finnish–aukioloajat  (ow kih oh loh ayat)
French–heures d'ouverture  (uhr doo vehr chur)
German–geschäftszeiten  (goo shefts zai ten)
Italian–orario di apertura  (oh rah ree oh dee ah pair tur uh)
Japanese–Eigyo Jikan  (Sahn Jee Kahn)
Korean–Yeongeop Sigan  (Young Up Shi Gan)
Polish–godziny pracy  (go jee' nee pra' tzee)
Portuguese–Horário De Serviço  (oh rah ree-oo jee sehr vee soo)
Russian–priyomnye chasy  (pree yom nye che sy)
Spanish–horas de operación  (or us deh ahp ur ah see ōhn)
Swahili–masaa ya biashara  (ma sah ya bee ah sha rah)
Thai–Wela Poet  (way lah buht)
Turkish–iş saatleri  (eesh saht ler' ray)
Vietnamese–Giờ Làm Việc  (Yuh Lam Vee-Ek)

Not all travel is done for purpose leisure, at times you may find yourself traveling to destinations for meetings or business. Here you can inform your host to arrange a schedule to include "business hours" (priyomnye chasy) as well as one that will cater for your leisure. For example, you can have a native tour agent arrange a tour for you of the destination after your "business hours" (priyomnye chasy). "I will be having meetings from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. could you arrange for a tour guide to meet me after "business hours" (priyomnye chasy)?" You could say... Get instant access to the Russian Language Set.

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