Estaminet - Estaminet
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Architecture - (argitektuur) :: Haring was also important in the politics of Modern architecture in Germany
File - (lêer) :: to file the edge smooth
Filename - (lêernaam) :: It will not be named with reference to its absolute filename or address as filenames and addresses have a tendency to change
BFF - (BFF) ::
Mouthpiece - (mondstuk) :: The BBC is an independent public service broadcaster not a government mouthpieceSEE ALL
Dream - (droom) :: It means a sense of amazement as I watch athletes make demands on their bodies and emotions I would never dream possible
Dress - (aantrek) :: Tearful colleagues in dress uniform formed a guard of honour for the funeral at the church in Todmorden Road yesterday
Drive - (ry) :: As soon as he saw the gate in front of him he put the car into drive and started driving toward itSEE ALL 3000+ WORDS
Peer - (eweknie) :: His academic peers however describe him in markedly different terms
Peerless - (Peerless) :: He doesnt think of himself as having a peerless reputation he just thinks of himself as being a good runner
Pejorative - (ongunstig) :: The author of this is a simple Goy a pejorative for gentile in Yiddish
Pellucid - (deurskynende) :: The President in his pellucidly written and cogently argued letter on quality and access observed that the question raised by our needblind admissions policy is both an ethical and a practical one
Penchant - (voorliefde) :: That is a perennial weakness of princes a penchant for falsehearted favouritesSEE ALL GRE WORDS
Cravat (krawat) :: He was dressed elegantly in severe black evening wear crisply white starched shirt and intricately tied cravat
Pannikin (kroes) :: Neither words nor time are wasted as pannikins of tea are drunk and braised steak is eaten
Socket (socket) :: Unlike conventional electrical appliances which are simply plugged into a wall socket computers and their peripherals are connected by any number of lines
Ingratiate (ingratiate) :: Exclamation marks suggest a certain unflattering ingratiation especially in letters written to strangers