English to Afrikaans Meaning :: formal

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formele, seremoniële, gala, ritueel, plegtige, gedissiplineerde, metodiese, gereelde, goed gereguleerde, uiterlike, buite, eksterne, buitenste, uit
formele, dekmantel, skyn, aspek, opset, massa, miere, imaginal, pedaal, regmatige

Formal    :formele


Formal - formele

Formalism :: formalisme

Formalist :: formalistiese

Formalists :: Formaliste

Formalization :: formalisering

Formalize :: formaliseer

Formalizes :: geformaliseerd

Formally :: formeel

Formals :: formals


Related Words

1. formal education :: formele onderwys


1. ceremonial :: seremoniële

2. aloof :: afsydig

3. symmetrical :: simmetriese

4. official :: amptelik

5. conventional :: konvensionele

6. schematic :: skematiese

7. stately :: statige


8. ball :: bal

9. dinner dress :: aandete rok

Different forms

formal, formalism, formalist, formalists, formalization, formalize, formalizes, formally, formals

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