English to Afrikaans Meaning :: appropriate

gepas
Appropriate :
toepaslike
- toepaslikebewilligtoepasliktoepaslikheidbewillig
 

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Verb(1) give or assign a resource to a particular person or cause(2) take possession of by force, as after an invasion
Adjective(1) suitable for a particular person or place or condition etc

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(1) it's not appropriate for him to be present(2) In those circumstances we say it is appropriate for costs to follow the event.(3) But it is important to make sure the play programme is appropriate to the child.(4) The state, apparently, is to decide what material is appropriate for academic inquiry.(5) It would certainly not be appropriate to grant a stay in these circumstances.(6) In this circumstance it is appropriate to depend upon a set of rules for swift action.(7) A spokesman for the railway said the company didn't feel it was appropriate to comment at this stage.(8) As I prepare to leave Scotland for a while, it seems appropriate to focus on some of those bigger issues.(9) Given the title, it may be appropriate to consider the semiology of it all.(10) It's appropriate to apologise when you've been wrong but re-writing the past is not an option.(11) to make the appropriate arrangements(12) Some content during this event may not be appropriate for all audiences.(13) A conditional discharge would be appropriate for the offences in all the circumstances.(14) I felt it was entirely appropriate to honour my adopted country in my new hometown.(15) In this particular case I made the decision that it was not appropriate to do that.(16) Speed must be appropriate for the conditions, the size and type of vessel, and the safety of others in the area.
Related Words
(1) appropriate action ::
nodige stappe
(2) appropriate time ::
gepaste tyd
(3) appropriate measures ::
gepaste maatreƫls
(4) appropriate technology ::
toepaslike tegnologie
(5) appropriate person ::
geskikte persoon
(6) appropriate authority ::
toepaslike gesag
(7) appropriate measure ::
toepaslike maatstaf
(8) be appropriate ::
wees toepaslike
Synonyms
Adjective
1. suitable ::
geskik
Verb
2. seize ::
gryp
3. steal ::
steel
4. plagiarize ::
naschrijven
5. allocate ::
toeken
6. capture ::
vang
7. allow ::
toelaat
Different Forms
appropriate, appropriated, appropriately, appropriateness, appropriates, appropriating
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Making it in his own lab
seemed appropriate.

Making it in his own lab seemed APPROPRIATE.

Breaking Bad Season 4, Episode 7


If you\'d like to change into something
more appropriate...

If you'd like to change into something more APPROPRIATE...

Game of Thrones Season 1, Episode 3


you\'re wondering
if this is the appropriate time

you're wondering if this is the APPROPRIATE time

The Big Bang Theory Season 5, Episode 10


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"Singing is neither an APPROPRIATE vocation nor avocation for you...

The Big Bang Theory Season 1, Episode 10


...and then you say something appropriate
in response.

...and then you say something APPROPRIATE in response.

The Big Bang Theory Season 1, Episode 1


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