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What does БажиБа, or БашиБа mean in english?

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I heard this word that sounded like БажиБа, or БашиБа in a phrase used in the movie "Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit", but I didn't see the subtitle's. It was used as part of a phrase as he was entering into a door after getting security access. It sound's much like the name of "Bathsheba" in the holy bible, and I was very curious to find out what it means.
asked Jan 24, 2014 by ekelly (140 points)

3 Answers

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Nothing. It's a gibberish.
answered Jan 26, 2014 by it-ogo (18,220 points)
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Hi EKelly,

Could it be "вашего" (vasheva) which means "yours" in Russian?

Best,

Yulia Amlinskaya,
Russian language teacher.
answered Jan 28, 2014 by RussianTeacher (19,690 points)
http://mylanguages.org/translation.php I found this great web site that has audible translations, and more. Check it out. I'm EKelly Your might be part of that phrase perhaps "your entry is granted".
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спасибо or паршиво.
answered Feb 27, 2014 by 4km (180 points)

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