English to Afrikaans Meaning :: gainsay

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Verb
protes, weerspreek, geskreeu teen, teëspreek, voorwerp, verhoog 'n beswaar, ontken, weier, negeer, verwerp

Gainsay    :teëspreek

 

Gainsay - teëspreek

Gainsayer :: gainsayer

Gainsayers :: teësprekers

Gainsaying :: teëspraak

Gainsays :: gainsays





  

Synonyms
Verb

1. deny :: ontken


2. dispute :: geskil


3. disagree with :: saamstem met


4. argue with :: stry met


5. dissent from :: verdeeldheid van


6. contradict :: weerspreek


7. repudiate :: verwerp


8. challenge :: uitdaging


9. oppose :: teenstaan


10. contest :: wedstryd


11. counter :: counter


12. controvert :: betwisten


13. rebut :: weerlê


Antonyms

1. acknowledge :: erken


2. admit :: erken


3. allow :: toelaat


4. avow :: avow


5. concede :: toegee


6. confirm :: bevestig


7. own :: eie


Different forms

gainsay, gainsayer, gainsayers, gainsaying, gainsays


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