English to Afrikaans Meaning :: intelligible

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English to Afrikaans Meaning
verstaanbaar, omvattende

Intelligible    :verstaanbaar


Intelligible - verstaanbaar

Unintelligible :: onverstaanbaar


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1. intelligible :: verstaanbaar


1. comprehensible :: verstaanbaar

2. understandable ::

3. accessible :: toeganklik

4. digestible :: verteerbare

5. user-friendly :: gebruikersvriendelik

6. penetrable :: penetreerbare

7. fathomable ::

8. lucid :: helder

9. clear :: duidelik

10. coherent :: samehangende

11. plain :: vlakte

12. simple :: eenvoudige

13. explicit :: eksplisiete

14. precise :: presiese

15. unambiguous :: ondubbelsinnige

16. self-explanatory :: selfverduidelikend

17. exoteric :: exoteric


1. incoherent :: onsamehangende

2. incomprehensible :: onverstaanbaar

3. inscrutable :: onpeilbaar

4. insensible :: gevoelloos

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