One group in the verbal systems of the Bulgarian and Slovak langauges constists of denominal verbs derived from nominal bases denoting a change of entity, respectively of substance or quality. The authoress' attention is focused on one representative component of the group, i. e. on verbs with different intention (object and subject verbs). Leaning on the present results of research into these problems as well as on the generally used terminology, she introduces a new term to denote the two groups under investigation: denominal state resultative verbs. Referring to linguistic material, she adduces instances of congruence and difference between the Bulgarian and Slovak linguistic theories as well as between the verbal derivational systems of both languages and she points out to their impact on the treatment of this kind of verbs. Taking into consideration one particular type of Bulgarian verbs containing the productive prefix â-, the authoress discusses problems of lexicographical treatment of these verbs in a bilingual dictionary.