English to Afrikaans Meaning :: eager

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English to Afrikaans Meaning
Adjective
gretig, opgewonde, ongeduldig, bekommerd, angstig, rusteloos, patologiese, vurige, benoud, entoesiastiese, wishful, kwel, soekers

Eager    :gretig

 

Eager - gretig

Eagerer :: eagerer

Eagerest :: eagerest

Eagerly :: gretig

Eagerness :: gretigheid





  

Related Words

1. eager to learn :: Ywerig om te leer


Synonyms
Adjective

1. keen :: gretig


2. enthusiastic :: entoesiastiese


3. avid :: ywerige


4. fervent :: vurige


5. ardent :: vurige


6. motivated ::


7. wholehearted :: heelhartige


8. dedicated :: toegewyde


9. committed :: verbind


10. earnest ::


11. gung-ho :: gung-ho

Noun


12. aegir :: AEGIR


13. eagre :: eagre


14. tidal bore :: gety gebaar


15. bore :: gebaar


Antonyms

1. indifferent :: onverskillig


Different forms

eager, eagerer, eagerest, eagerly, eagerness


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