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1. Obdurate (halsstarrig) :: I perhaps sound like an obdurate woman lacking the maternal instincts worthy of such a precious gift as a child but nothing could be further from the truth
2. Obfuscate (verduisteren) :: They are renowned in the industry for obfuscating their code to ensure that only they can maintain it
3. Objective (doel) :: A 4500 payment in compensation is a big enough deterrent we believe to achieve our main objective of discouraging illegal filesharing
4. Obligate (obligaat) :: Many times this requires an interpreter for whom the physician is obligated to pay
5. Oblique (skuins) :: He was expected to miss camp time with a strained oblique muscle which didnt help his chances of making the roster
6. Obliterate (uitwis) :: Napalm was used widely against civilians and most major cities were obliterated
7. Oblivious (onbewus) :: This government is just as oblivious to the suffering of Bahamians as ever before
8. Obscure (duister) :: The rest for me at least remained obscure and even with the text in hand dubious
10. Obsequious (kruiperig) :: Everyone was desperately failing to be cool about the presence of this A list Hollywood actor but the first few questions were obsequious and embarrassing
11. Obsession (obsessie) :: It became clear during the investigation that the attractive newlywed had been the subject of Wilsons obsessions
12. Obsolete (uitgediende) :: There were widespread concerns that the machines and the equipment they carried were at best oldfashioned and at worst obsolete
13. Obstreperous (moedswillig) :: The obstreperous emails in question focus on Norways economic relationship with the European Union
14. Obtuse (stomp) :: When Stephen Sondheims Follies arrived in 1971 we critics were pretty obtuse about it
15. Obviate (ondervang) :: This dual status of obviation has led Foley and Van Valin to take it as an interesting transition point between gender systems and switchreference systems
17. Odious (gehaat) :: As tragic events unfolded in Europe Luce ran his thriving magazine empire with an odious tilt
19. Officious (opdringerig) :: Two social workers arrived at my place of work two weeks later and in a very high handed and officious manner insisted on interviewing me in front of my staff
20. Ogle (Ogle) :: I spent the evening ogling Bianca and playing pool
 

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