English to Afrikaans Meaning :: full

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Adjective
volledige, volle, hele, almal, vervul, perfekte, belaai, slegte, vol, voltallige, dood, deeglike
volle, vol, ononderbroke, ongeslypte, unmutilated, unseparated, besig sleten, umpteen, poli, toegang, chocked up

Full    :volle

 

Full - volle

Fulled :: fulled

Fullest :: volste

Fulling :: fulling

Fullness :: volheid

Fulls :: fulls

Fully :: ten volle





  

Related Words

1. full name :: volle naam


Synonyms
Adjective

1. filled ::


2. crowded with :: oorvol met


3. occupied ::


4. replete :: vol


5. eventful :: gevoel


6. comprehensive :: omvattende


7. maximum :: maksimum


8. plump :: plomp


9. loose-fitting :: lospassende


10. resonant :: resonante


11. rich :: ryk


12. total :: totale


13. entire :: hele


14. broad :: breë


15. wide-cut :: wye-cut


16. good :: goeie

Adverb


17. directly :: direk


18. very :: baie


19. to the full :: om die volle

Noun


20. full moon :: volmaan

Verb


21. wax :: was


Antonyms

1. bare :: kaal


2. blank :: leeg


3. devoid :: beroof


4. empty :: leë


5. stark :: skrille


6. vacant :: vakante


7. void :: leemte


Different forms

full, fulled, fullest, fulling, fullness, fulls, fully


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