English to Afrikaans Meaning :: chairperson

E2A A2E Read

Chairperson    :voorsitter


Chairperson - voorsitter



1. chairman :: voorsitter

2. chair :: stoel

3. chairwoman :: voorsitter

4. president :: president

English to Afrikaans Dictionary: chairperson
Meaning and definitions of chairperson, translation in Afrikaans language for chairperson with similar and opposite words. Also find spoken pronunciation of chairperson in Afrikaans and in English language.

Tags for the entry "chairperson"
What chairperson means in Afrikaans, chairperson meaning in Afrikaans, chairperson definition, examples and pronunciation of chairperson in Afrikaans language.

Afrikaans to English Dictionary Read Text Browse Words Word History Favorite Words Vocabulary Games Learn Words

Topic Wise Words


Powder - (poeier) :: crush the poppy seeds to a powder

Shock - (skok) :: A headteacher has spoken of his shock at the sudden death of one of his popular young pupils

Archipelago - (argipel) :: Modern humans have occupied New Guinea and the nearby Bismarck and Solomon archipelagos of Island Melanesia for at least 40000 years

Grazier - (vetweider) :: Some graziers are planting paddocks with kale or turnips for winter forage in the North

Overcast - (bewolkte) :: The sun was overcast by clouds and the air was springlike but the miasma of the swamps added a sour heavy scent


Learn 3000+ Common Words

Hurry - (haas) :: wed better hurry

Hurt - (seer) :: The physical hurt includes a couple of broken legs

Husband - (man) :: Retiring in disposition and a rigid husbander of time Mr Hall holds himself aloof from all literary societies and has from the first persistently avoided all entanglement with cliques and coteries

Ice - (ys) :: Cooper said his little speech with ice in his voice but otherwise emotionless and calm

Ice cream - (roomys) ::


Learn Common GRE Words

Sanction - (sanksie) :: Governing bodies are allowed to sanction owners and teams

Sanguinary - (bloedige) :: Specifically it might inspire them to revisit the politically arduous and philosophically complex struggle whereby modern liberalism overcame the sanguinary terror of religious conflict in postReformation Europe

Sanguine - (hoopvol) :: None of these essays is sanguine about the current situation but all three offer positive views of the future

Sardonic - (sardoniese) :: In my more sardonic moments I add that the problem with England cricket is not the absence of a level playing field but the lack of good players


Learn Words Everyday

Session #8 Episode @8
Published at: Thursday 22nd of February 2018

Session #8 Episode @7
Published at: Wednesday 21st of February 2018

Session #8 Episode @6
Published at: Tuesday 20th of February 2018

Session #8 Episode @5
Published at: Monday 19th of February 2018

Session #8 Episode @4
Published at: Sunday 18th of February 2018

See All Posts

Most Searched Words

Recitative (resitatief) :: I ended up writing an operetta a collection of songs separated by recitatives

Imagine (dink) :: But it is difficult to imagine who is going to be fooled by this

Mealie (mielie) :: The trekkers also planted maize which they called mielie whence the African term mealies wherever they settled and this soon came into cultivation by the Africans

Galilee (Galilea) :: An exceptionally long nave was constructed which ended with a massive westwork completed in the early C13 the west porch or galilee was remodelled soon afterwards

Word of the day


Noun :: lem, plaat, , blad, tafel, graver, brief, blaar, dokument, bladsy
Meaning :: lem, swaard, , swaaiende
See Details


Search History

Any word you search will appear here.

Your Favorite Words

Currently you do not have any favorite word. To make a word favorite you have to click on the heart button.