"O pisică fuge prin bucătărie."

Translation:A cat runs through the kitchen.

June 5, 2017



So, isn't "to run" (a alerga) and "to run away" (a fugi)?

June 5, 2017


See my answer to the other comment on this thread :)

July 22, 2017


They both mean to run, but a fugi is like the french fuire, which has the same etymology as fugitive. So when we want to say run away, we use A Fugi

March 8, 2019


I wanna know a difference between alearga and fuge too

July 16, 2017


According to my Romanian better half: when talking about ”to run”, there is no difference between the two terms ”a alerga” and ”a fugi” - however, if you talk about ”to run away”, you would consistently use ”a fugi”. If in doubt, think of the word ”refugee”, someone ”running away” from something.

July 22, 2017


Thanks. It's like Ukrainian words тікати (to run away), бігти (to run at the moment) and бігати (to run periodically)

July 25, 2017


An explanation given to me, by my Romanian teacher, is that 'a fugi' is more of a force to run e.g.: running around from danger, such as from an animal, or fleeing like a refugee (as SnekpitTom put it), while 'a alerga' is more so as a recreational or leisure way of running, like running for some exercise.

August 11, 2017


Yes, it is true. I am Romanian.

December 8, 2017
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