Everyone - almal
1. every one :: elkeen
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Phone - (foon) :: People have been phoning me up and stopping me in the street and saying how sorry they are to hear about what has happened to us
Webcast - (webcast) :: The Santiago Agreement aimed at assuring the fair distribution of licence fees to authors composers and music publishers covers webcasting streaming online music on demand as well as music videos transmitted online
Cursor - (wyser) :: A series of messages pops up as users cursors roll over images of the Sock Puppet
Function - (funksie) :: to attend a social function
Website - (webwerf) :: They can also check websites for updates and search for relevant news storiesSEE ALL
Vital - (noodsaaklik) :: This procedure uses artificial extracorporeal circulation to provide oxygenated blood to vital organs while the heart is stopped
Vocabulary - (woordeskat) :: We try to keep their intensity and power alive as we learn the violent vocabulary of citizenship
Voice - (stem) :: What took me completely by surprise was that it was me my voice in my mouth
Vote - (stem) :: Heres a tip when someone starts whining about wanting to be voted out vote him outSEE ALL 3000+ WORDS
Odious - (gehaat) :: As tragic events unfolded in Europe Luce ran his thriving magazine empire with an odious tilt
Officious - (opdringerig) :: Two social workers arrived at my place of work two weeks later and in a very high handed and officious manner insisted on interviewing me in front of my staff
Ogle - (Ogle) :: I spent the evening ogling Bianca and playing pool
Olfactory - (olfaktoriese) :: The molecules diffuse through the surface layer of mucus and stimulate the olfactory receptorsSEE ALL GRE WORDS
Chalice (beker) :: Golden chalices and great swords and weapons hung everywhere
Welter (warboel) :: The largest country in Africa had emerged within the space of fifty years from a welter of bloodshed and anarchy to lie at peace with its neighbours and itself
Tympanum (timpanum) :: Males call not in choruses but individually though adults of both sexes appear to lack tympana eardrums
Crucible (smeltkroes) :: But let us look ahead and work together as a nation that as I have quoted was created in the crucible of war where skin and its colour was never taken into consideration but where men fought to give us our freedom