бешубҳа: doubtless, without a doubt

Вай, бешубҳа, одами диловар аст.
He is, without a doubt, a brave person.
Бешубҳа қаҳва барои одамоне, ки фишори баланди хун доранд, зараровар аст.
Without a doubt, coffee is harmful for people who have high blood pressure.

Synonyms: бешак, албатта
шубҳа: doubt


пуртаҷриба: experienced

Боғбонҳои пуртаҷриба ниҳолҳоро парвариш мекунанд.
Experienced gardeners grow (tend to) the seedlings.
Ба назари ман, Дилшод Назаров варзишгари хеле пуртаҷриба аст.
In my opinion, Dilshod Nazarov is a very experienced sportsman.

пур (full) + таҷриба (experience) = пуртаҷриба (experienced, full of experience)
Пуртаҷриба can also be translated “talented”, which is possibly a better translation for the second sentence.
Dilshod Nazarov is a talented Tajik athlete who won the first ever Olympic medal for Tajikistan in 2016, competing in the hammer throw.
Пур is a very useful prefix to add to nouns to make adjectives. Here are more examples:
пурзаҳр: very poisonous (заҳр: poison)
пургап: talkative (гап: speech, talk)
пурнамак: salty (намак: salt)
пурсабр: very patient (сабр: patience)


нимкура: hemisphere

Фасли тобистон дар Нимкураи Шимолӣ аз 21 июн то 21 сентябр, дар Нимкураи Ҷанубӣ аз 21 декабр то 20 март давом мекунад.
Summer in the northern hemisphere lasts from 21st of June to 21st of September, and in the southern hemisphere from 21st of December to 20th of March.

ним (half) + кура (sphere) = нимкура
This word can also be used to refer to the left and right half of the brain – нимкураи чап and нимкураи рост.


пурсабр: patient

Муҳаббат пурсабр ва меҳрубон аст.
Love is patient and kind.
Бо ҳар кас пурсабр бошед.
Be patient with everyone.

Adding the prefix пур to a noun creates an adjective.
сабр – patience (n); пурсабр – patient (adj)
Here are some more examples:
ғазаб – anger (n); пурғазаб – angry (adj)
таҷриба – experience (n); пуртаҷриба – experienced (adj)
ҳикмат – wisdom (n); пурҳикмат – wise (adj)
санг – rock, stone (n); пурсанг – rocky, stony (adj)
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