English to Afrikaans Meaning :: irrational

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English to Afrikaans Meaning
Adjective
irrasionele, wortelvorm, swak, strydig, onvanpas, onversoenbare, onsamehangende, onwaarskynlik, onbillik, absurd, onlogies, onbehoorlike, onregverdigbare

Irrational    :irrasionele

 

Irrational - irrasionele

Irrationality :: irrasionaliteit

Irrationally :: irrasioneel

Irrationals :: irrationals





  

Related Words

1. irrational number :: irrasionele getal


Synonyms
Adjective

1. unreasonable :: onbillik


2. illogical :: onlogies


3. groundless :: ongegrond


4. baseless ::


5. unfounded :: ongegrond


6. unjustifiable :: onregverdigbare


7. absurd :: absurd


8. ridiculous :: belaglik


9. ludicrous :: belaglik


10. preposterous :: belaglik


11. silly :: dom


12. foolish :: dwaas


13. senseless :: sinnelose

Noun


14. irrational number :: irrasionele getal


Antonyms

1. rational :: rasionele


2. reasonable :: redelike


3. sound :: klink


4. valid :: geldig


Different forms

irrational, irrationality, irrationally, irrationals


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