English to Afrikaans Meaning :: felicitous

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toepaslike, behoorlike, akkurate, streng, bekwaam, gelukkige, gelukkig, aangename, Halcyon, helder, instelling, aangenaam, vermaaklike

Felicitous    :gelukkige


Felicitous - gelukkige

Felicitously :: gelukkig gekies

Infelicitous :: ongelukkig gekies


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1. felicitous :: gelukkige


1. apt :: bekwaam

2. favorable :: gunstige

3. happy :: gelukkig


1. unpalatable :: onsmaaklik

2. unpleasant :: onaangename

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felicitous, felicitously, infelicitous

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