English to Afrikaans Meaning :: bluff

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English to Afrikaans Meaning
bluf, hoax, kind, achterbaks gedoe, misleiding, hype, bedrog, jongleren, oneerlik, afsettery, bedrieglijk, verhuring, bunco
intimideer, bulldoze, dreig, bluf, skrik, op koms wees, uitoorlê, hype, jongleren, oneerlik, omseil, mislei, afsettery, oplê, verlei, speel vals
steil, rig, staande, loodreg, regop, bluf, selfstandige, hangend, Bluffy, manjifieke, verhoogde, hoë, hoog, verhewe, traliewerk, intense
bluf, diep, bona fide, heelhartige, vriendelik, bewerk

Bluff    :bluf


Bluff - bluf

Bluffed :: bluffed

Bluffer :: bluffer

Bluffers :: bluffers

Bluffest :: bluffest

Bluffing :: bluf

Bluffly :: bluffly

Bluffness :: bluffness

Bluffs :: BLUFFS


Related Words

1. bluff master :: bluf meester


1. plain-spoken :: plain-gesproke

2. sheer :: pure


3. deception :: misleiding

4. cliff :: krans

5. four flush :: vier spoel


6. pretend :: voorgee

7. deceive :: mislei


1. circuitous :: omslachtige

Different forms

bluff, bluffed, bluffer, bluffers, bluffest, bluffing, bluffly, bluffness, bluffs

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