Cantankerous - brommerig
Cantankerously :: cantankerously
Cantankerousness :: cantankerousness
1. crotchety :: grillig
2. ornery :: overgevoelig
1. amiable :: vriendelik
cantankerous, cantankerously, cantankerousness
English to Afrikaans Dictionary: cantankerous
Meaning and definitions of cantankerous, translation in Afrikaans language for cantankerous with similar and opposite words. Also find spoken pronunciation of cantankerous in Afrikaans and in English language.
Tags for the entry "cantankerous"
What cantankerous means in Afrikaans, cantankerous meaning in Afrikaans, cantankerous definition, examples and pronunciation of cantankerous in Afrikaans language.
Skydiving - (valskermspring) :: I never bungee jumped or skydived or participated in a daring dangerous sport
Fodder - (voer) :: Theres also a desperate need to help people have their livestock survive by getting fodder to them
Bronco - (Bronco) :: And how has being injured affected his approach to riding bulls and broncosSEE ALL
Driving - (ry) :: Snow sleet driving rain and gale force winds were sweeping across the north west today Saturday
Drug - (dwelm) :: The 28yearold heroin drug addict is banned from the city centre and from begging inside the outer ring road for five years
Drugstore - (drogisterij) :: My supermarkets and my drugstores do not carry them
Drum - (drom) :: Research in collaboration with Peugeot has developed propulsion units rather like hamsters running inside a drumSEE ALL 3000+ WORDS
Debacle - (debakel) :: What can I say after the debacles meltdowns by both Boston and Chicago in this weeks championship series
Debility - (swakheid) :: And yet 40 percent of us will die after a period of protracted debility and feeble dementia stretching on average for some seven to 10 years
Decathlon - (tienkamp) :: He won the gold medal in the decathlon at the AAAs Championships with a score of 6286 pointsSEE ALL GRE WORDS
Plank (plank) :: The fundamental plank of the SEPs program is the international unity of the working class
Nominative (nominatief) :: This is true of nominatives of all nouns other than some third declension consonant stems
Thresh (dors) :: John Deane was threshing corn at the bottom of the field and it is hard to believe that this machine was not used for over 40 years