English to Afrikaans Meaning :: austere

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English to Afrikaans Meaning
Adjective
skril, gewelddadige, sober, stormagtige, rowwe, bitter, sterk, harde, hoogmoedig, verontwaardig, donderende, streng, ernstige, Stern
ernstige, sober, hout, onvriendelike, drukkende, onversierde, die rou, unrhetorical, onverbloemd, Frank, funky, diploma tisch, ware sin vir humor, simplex, unornamented

Austere    :sober

 

Austere - sober

Austerely :: austerely





  

Synonyms
Adjective

1. severe :: ernstige


2. ascetic :: asketiese


3. plain :: vlakte


4. stern :: Stern


5. spartan ::


Antonyms

1. clement :: Clement


2. gentle :: sagte


3. lax :: laks


4. lenient :: toegeeflik


Different forms

austere, austerely


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