English to Afrikaans Meaning :: gorgeous

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English to Afrikaans Meaning
pragtige, helder, briljant, diep, mooi, fantastiese, uitstekende, king, aantreklike, gala, grandiose, luisterryk, van groot belang, hard
pragtige, gloei, aureate, dapper, lewendige, magni fieke, grandiose, aristokratiese, blufferig, koninklike

Gorgeous    :pragtige


Gorgeous - pragtige

Gorgeously :: pragtig

Gorgeousness :: gorgeousness


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1. gorgeous girl :: pragtige meisie


1. spectacular :: skouspelagtige

2. splendid :: pragtige

3. superb :: uitstekende

4. wonderful :: wonderlike

5. grand :: grand

6. impressive :: indrukwekkende

7. awe-inspiring :: inspirerende

8. awesome :: ontsagwekkende

9. amazing :: ongelooflike

10. stunning :: stunning

11. breathtaking :: asemrowende

12. incredible :: ongelooflike

13. sensational :: sensasionele

14. fabulous :: fantastiese

15. fantastic :: fantastiese


1. grotesque :: groteske

2. hideous :: afskuwelike

3. homely :: huislike

4. plain :: vlakte

5. ugly :: lelike

6. unattractive :: onaantreklike

7. unsightly :: onooglike

Different forms

gorgeous, gorgeously, gorgeousness

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