Downsize - skaal
1. downsize :: skaal
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Teenage - (tiener) :: Figures released earlier this year showed a fall in the number of teenage pregnancies in the city
Wedding - (troue) :: Normal lives are a patchwork of work leisure holidays weddings and other life events
Neighbourly - (naasteliefde) :: I could have been neighborly and just asked him to stop but he wasnt neighborly enough to consider his fellow students when he decided to smoke so I called the cops
Reminiscence - (herinnering) :: Mr President allow me to start with a personal reminiscenceSEE ALL
Blame - (blaam) :: his players had to take the blame for the defeat
Blank - (leeg) :: Worthing shaped the blank into a traditional British style and finished the wood with a handrubbed oil finish
Block - (blok) :: We now have a box actually bag recycling scheme in our block for textiles paper cardboard glass and tinsSEE ALL 3000+ WORDS
Olfactory - (olfaktoriese) :: The molecules diffuse through the surface layer of mucus and stimulate the olfactory receptors
Ominous - (onheilspellende) :: His dark ominous eyes bore testament to the fact that he was dangerous
Omnipotent - (alomteenwoordige) :: More importantly she fails rare fallibility in a genre where the hero is normally all but omnipotent
Omniscient - (alwetend) :: Here the singer expresses a rather queasy fantasy that of being able to control or at least omnisciently observe his lovers errant sexual behavior
Onerous - (drukkende) :: And one thing that I didnt mention before is that BA have given me another onerous taskSEE ALL GRE WORDS
Lunge (stoot) :: Colin made a lunge for it grabbed it and said I want one
Ingest (inneem) :: The argument of quality of food becomes important only when enough food is ingested
Limerick (Limerick) :: Stoppard uses a dazzling range of literary and theatrical effects from Wildean epigram to a scene written entirely in limericks from a suggestion of striptease to a lecture on Marxist theory
Monad (monade) :: Pollen grains are packaged into polyads of 32 associated monads more than enough to fertilize the ovules of an individual flower