The Russian term "po-angl ijski" matches the English term "in English"

other russian words that include "po" : english :
zhdat’, podozhdat’ abide
sposobnihj able
bespol eznihj abortive
pokupat’, kupit’ acquire
poperëk across
pol eznihj advantageous
za, posl e after
popol udni afternoon
aviapochta airmail
aerodrom, aeroport airport
pochti almost
apostol apostle
podnimat’sya, podnyat’sya, zabirat’sya v, zabrat’sya v, zabirat’sya na, zabrat’sya na ascend
poseshchat’, posetit’ attend
zhdat’, podozhdat’ await
al yapovatihj awkward
boyat’sya, poboyat’sya be afraid of
postel ‘ bed
za, posl e behind
poperëk beyond
tupoj blunt
pokupat’, kupit’ buy
posetitel ‘ caller
poseshchat’, posetit’ call on
sposobnihj capable
besporyadok chaos
besporyadochnihj chaotic
pokupatel ‘ client
podnimat’sya, podnyat’sya, zabirat’sya v, zabrat’sya v, zabirat’sya na, zabrat’sya na climb
al yapovatihj coarse
schitat’, smotret’, posmotret’ consider
al yapovatihj crude
pokupatel ‘ customer
bal, tantsevat’, potantsevat’, tanets dance
smotret’, posmotret’ deem
zhel at’, pozhel at’ desire
za, poka during
zhit’, pozhit’ dwell
zhdat’, podozhdat’ expect
boyat’sya, poboyat’sya fear
pol e field
za, poka, iz-za for
pribiht’, pribihvat’, brat’, vzyat’, pol uchat’, pol uchit’ get
idti, pojti, ekhat’, poekhat’ go
gul yat’, pogul yat’ go for a walk
podnimat’sya, podnyat’sya go up
pol ovina half
al yapovatihj harsh
pol uchat’, pol uchit’ have
bezzashchitnihj, bespomoshchnihj helpless
Yaponiya Japan
pozdno late
stavit’, postavit’ lay down
l ezhat’, pol ezhat’, brekhat’ lie
sl ushat’, posl ushat’ listen
zhit’, pozhit’, prozhit’ live
vot, smotret’, posmotret’ look
smotret’, posmotret’ look at
teryat’, poteryat’ lose
l yubit’, pol yubit’ love
khodit’, pokhodit’ march
pochti nearly
poperëk on the other side of
mesto, stavit’, postavit’ place
pozhal ujsta please
popul yarnihj popular
pokupat’, kupit’ purchase
stavit’, postavit’ put
stavit’, postavit’ put down
ponimat’, ponyat’ realize
prinimat’, pol uchat’, pol uchit’ receive
l ezhat’, pol ezhat’ recline
schitat’, smotret’, posmotret’ regard
videt’, uvidet’, poseshchat’, posetit’ see
posihl at’, posl at’ send
sidet’, posidet’ sit
govorit’, pogovorit’ speak
sport sport
budka, stoyat’, postoyat’ stand
gul yat’, pogul yat’ stroll
pokupat’, kupit’ take over
govorit’, pogovorit’ talk
besporyadok tangle
potom, togda then
dumat’, podumat’ think
pol otentse towel
posihl at’, posl at’ transmit
ponimat’, ponyat’ understand
pol eznihj useful
bespol eznihj useless
smotret’, posmotret’ view
poseshchat’, posetit’, poseshchenie visit
posetitel ‘ visitor
zhdat’, podozhdat’ wait
zhdat’, podozhdat’ wait for
khodit’, pokhodit’ walk
chasih, smotret’, posmotret’ watch
pogoda weather
pochemu what for
za, poka whereas
za, poka, vremya while
za, poka whilst
pochemu why
zhel at’, pozhel at’, khotet’, zakhotet’ wish


Even in Space
It is the most widely adopted language in Eurasia. Chinese beats out Russian with the sheer numbers of speakers it has. But Russia has the widest geographical reach. Russian is such an important language that during the Space Race, learning the language became part of Astronaut training. This is still true today as Russian is a language of the International Space Station.
Starts with A
Russian does not have a lot of words that start with “A.” It’s been almost a rule going back to early times. Most native Russian words don’t start with A. There are a few exceptions like “alphabet” and “perhaps.” But other than that, if you see a Russian word that starts with “A,” the chances are that it’s a foreign word imported into the language.