The Resultant verb, also known as the resultant construction, is a unique grammatical structure in modern Chinese. The frequency of its use is very high, and the characteristic features are very peculiar, so the interest of the international linguistic community to Chinese "auxiliary" verbs is growing. Russian and Chinese language systems are different, however, and there is no corresponding category in Russian grammar. For example, software such as an online translator can't handle the exact translation of Chinese verbs into Russian. Studying the Russian translation of the "V 成" construction can enrich translation studies and help improve Chinese-Russian online translation.