Coinage - munt
1. coinage :: munt
1. neologism :: neologisme
2. neology :: neologie
English to Afrikaans Dictionary: coinage
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Comprehensive - (omvattende) :: The entire nightmare could have been avoided had he kept comprehensive documentation of his dealings with the plaintiffs
Compulsory - (verpligte) :: Upon completion of compulsory service each soldier is assigned to a reserve unit
Chalk - (kryt) :: Some used to throw chalk or even the blackboard rubber at you if you wouldnt stop talking she says
History - (geskiedenis) :: The plays fall into the categories of history tragedy comedy and tragicomedySEE ALL
Trouble - (moeilikheid) :: hes gone to a lot of trouble to help you
Truck - (vragmotor) :: Your job as a forklift truck operator would be to load and unload goods deliveries and move them to and from storage areas in a warehouse or depot
Truly - (werklik) :: Still these guys are serious musicians and havent lost the touch of writing some truly wonderful songsSEE ALL 3000+ WORDS
Peremptory - (gebiedend) :: At the first sound of her peremptory voice and click of the stiletto heels people dart behind doors and douse the lights
Perennial - (meerjarige) :: Few scholars of our time have so exemplified the permanent student and perennial teacher
Perfidy - (verraad) :: With possible political perfidy such a hot topic at Westminster it is with perfect timing that the Lyceum and Citizens theatres bring two of Englands great plays of history and politics to the stage
Perfunctory - (oppervlakkig) :: This has resulted in a perfunctory cleanup of the area and a discussion on the lack of funds available to restore the park to an acceptable standard
Peripatetic - (marskramer) :: Prior to the building of the Theatre and its successors professional acting in Britain was a largely peripatetic activitySEE ALL GRE WORDS
Spider (spinnekop) :: To survive the winter they depend on food sources such as berries spiders and insects
Cavern (grot) :: The world is too unpredictable an arena the mind of the wicked too dark a cavern
Pontificate (pontifikaat) :: Even an additional CD or two with some of the best tracks would have been a way for viewers to hear some of these classic songs uninterrupted by Tom Petty pontificating about various musicians and movements
Vertical (vertikale) :: There are two types of vertical marketplaces which bring buyers and sellers together to facilitate transactions