English to Afrikaans Meaning :: every

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English to Afrikaans Meaning
Adjective
elke, almal, hele, jonger, blote, enigste, kaal, suiwer
Pronoun
almal, elke

Every    :elke

 

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1. every day :: elke dag


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1. each :: elke


2. each and every :: elke


3. every single :: elke een


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Statuesque - (statige) :: I love clothes and the fair trade ones often are very expensive and not designed for erm statuesque women


Tubby - (Tubby) :: The other was short and tubby with curly black hair and brown skin


Goatee - (bokkie) :: The man is described as aged 18 to 20 of medium build dark European or black with short black hair and a goatee beard or moustache

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Jelly - (gelei) :: They are caused by clumps of material suspended in the vitreous jelly that fills the back of the eye

Jewellery - (juweliersware) :: Max a goldsmith and engraver established a company that manufactured costume jewelry

Job - (werk) :: cleaning the toilet is a horrible job

Join - (aansluit) :: Residents from Bennekerry and Browneshill were the first to join together to oppose a bypass through the area

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Peruse - (deur lees) :: But Michelle is no stranger to regular perusers of the pages of Britains redtops

Pervasive - (deurdringende) :: Cultures influence and pressure one another all the time in pervasive and subtle ways

Petrify - (versteend) :: Obviously we were petrified that a collector would find out where the nest was and raid it

Petulant - (balorig) :: At the same time he was given to sobbing and rages like a petulant child

Phenomenology - (fenomenologie) :: Concentration practice leads to altered states similar to those in hypnosis both phenomenologically and neurologically

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Bother (pla) :: In fact by the next election this should all be so automated that I wont even have to bother to show up


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Verb :: opwinding, vibreer, tuit, bewe
Noun :: bewe, tuit, opwinding, bruisende, bewing, aardbewing, vibrasie, vreugde, plesier, skud, kippevel, trilling, , pols
Meaning :: opwinding, trillen, agstenoot, bewe, vonkel
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