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Supremo - (grootbaas) :: an interior by design supremo Kelly
Charge - (hef) :: the plan is to charge headlong at the enemy
Slack - (slap) :: Reeling the little Calcutta 400 quite quickly in the slack tide gave the eel just that little extra zip and fish attracting noise in the water
Partner - (vennoot) :: civil partner
Partnership - (vennootskap) :: The professional side of the partnership meant she got to play leads in the kind of action movies Harlin is known for which is rare for a womanSEE ALL
Unemployment - (werkloosheid) :: The low level of unemployment has also been a major contributor to growth
Unexpected - (onverwagte) :: Current research on the brain should prepare us all for the unexpected and the surprising
Unfair - (onregverdige) :: their team had an unfair advantage
Unfortunate - (ongelukkige) :: Ive been telling my friends for some time that theres little you can do if youre unfortunate enough to be at the epicenter of a terrorist attack
Unfortunately - (Ongelukkig) :: If four of the above signs sounded familiar unfortunately you may have a problemSEE ALL 3000+ WORDS
Gaunt - (maer) :: He was gaunt and serious from the start with minimal hand movements and only slightly gesticulating as he dipped into domestic policy issues
Gavel - (hamer) :: The judge bangs his gavel and then gets up and exits the courtroom
Germane - (related) :: Frankly they backed into their mollusc caves round about May and emerge only when I manage to procure a germane species of earth worm from my back yardSEE ALL GRE WORDS
Squid (inkvis) :: Some say it resembles a squid others including me believe it is the noise and movement in the water but whatever the reason they work and thats all we really need to know
Swear (sweer) :: Many have pointed out the absurdity of asking new citizens to swear an oath to the Queen when a large number of citizens born here would probably refuse to do the same
Emancipate (bevry) :: The working class will not be in a position to create a science and an art of its own until it has been fully emancipated from its present class position
Detachment (loslating) :: Cell detachment and shrinkage of Vero cells were recorded as toxic changes