English to Afrikaans Meaning :: foolscap

Foolscap :
- folio

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Noun(1) a size of paper used especially in Britain

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(1) I would write six sides of this big foolscap with tiny lines.(2) There will be about ten sides of foolscap paper, including perhaps half a dozen game reports.(3) She took foolscap paper, turned and folded it to form page spreads, and sewed it to hold the sheets together.(4) a stack of foolscap paper(5) Her CV, hand scrawled in a bi-tel across nine pages of A4 foolscap is a terribly poignant autobiography.(6) several sheets of foolscap paper(7) Jack was furious when I put that blank piece of foolscap , headed Our Achievements, on the Bute House cabinet table.(8) A music journalist in front of me rips out a sheet of foolscap paper and spills himself on it.(9) Always he wrote on the back of foolscap paper, the front of which was filled with an early draft of a section of one of his books.(10) The menu is a single page of foolscap , but what a page!(11) While he was doing so, one of his friends got a foolscap page, drew the TV3 logo on it and stuck it onto the screen.(12) One writer swears by always writing longhand in foolscap paper in fluorescent orange colours.(13) One day I gave her a chapter on four foolscap sheets.
Related Words
(1) foolscap ::
(2) cap ::
1. dunce's cap ::
domkop se pet
2. dunce cap ::
esel cap
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