bȍgati
bȍgati čest. (modalna) {{c=0}}za pojačavanje značenja onoga što se govori, ob. kao poštapalica {{/c}}[nemoj ∼; daj ∼ (pokušaj); stani ∼; hajde ∼; mislio sam obaviti na brzinu kad ∼ gužva]{{c=0}};{{/c}} {{c=0}}borati{{/c}}

Veliki rječnik hrvatskoga jezika. 2013.

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