English to Afrikaans Dictionary: fleece
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Positive - (positiewe) :: My bets are on number three to win and Im almost positive that she will
Coarse - (growwe) :: The Romans considered the leek a superior vegetable unlike onions and garlic which were despised as coarse foods for the poor
Confound - (verwar) :: Im still confounded by how some of you manage to work full time and blog
Crackers - (klappers) :: He had great promise as a young writer in Britain before he went crackers over the paranormal
Indecency - (onsedelikheid) :: The verses of the Sura up to here have referred to the indecencies in briefSEE ALL
Bilk - (bedrieër) :: There seem to be those that arent really cut out for the demands of the 9 to 5 workday and Vincents one of those people to be sure but one must question if that alone justifies him bilking his father and friends out of money
Blandishment - (verlokking) :: Despite all his blandishments threats and persuasion he did not get his hearts desire
Blasphemy - (laster) :: Before I carefully elaborate on the his numerous and profane blasphemies perhaps an introduction to the professor would be helpful
Blatant - (blatante) :: Generally the tradition is to tell lies so blatant that even small children spot themSEE ALL GRE WORDS
Sierra (sierra) :: On a long straight road with the high sierras in the distance the DriveThrus with their neon signs were the only way of judging that you were actually moving forwards
Condominium (condominium) :: As noted in paragraph 17 above the occupancy fee incorporates three components namely mortgage interest condominium fees and property taxes
Instructive (leersaam) :: As for the seats themselves its instructive to read the Royal Commission report
Joist (dwarsbalk) :: Use plywood walk boards or wooden planks over the ceiling joists for support