Marquee - markiestent
Marquees :: markiestente
1. pavilion :: pawiljoen
English to Afrikaans Dictionary: marquee
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Apron - (voorskoot) :: Sighing I reached in the front pocket of my apron for my note pad and proceeded to the elderly couple
Bonnet - (enjinkap) :: He was perhaps as old as Madias father though not as tall a man nor as handsome and not so fine a dresser in his unadorned tunic and leather bonnet
Harbour - (hawe) ::
Rucksack - (rugsak) :: I came to the city centre with one holdall and a small bag and went away with two holdalls three bags and two rucksacksSEE ALL
How - (hoe) :: how was your holiday
However - (egter) :: however we intend to return
Huge - (groot) :: Claims are coming in at the rate of a thousand a week and its a huge and complex task
Human - (mens) :: Id parallel as Blatty does human kindnessforgiveness with the existence of God
Humorous - (humoristiese) :: He makes a convincing advocate snowyhaired gently humorous quietly logicalSEE ALL 3000+ WORDS
Momentous - (gewigtige) :: One way or another it is promising to be a momentous week in the history of York City Football Club
Monolithic - (monolitiese) :: The media system is not monolithic dissident material does appear comparatively honest documentaries are seen
Monotonous - (eentonige) :: Sadly the mix isnt a great one given the sheer volume of dull tracks on offer that quickly blend into one monotonous sound
Moralistic - (moralistiese) ::SEE ALL GRE WORDS
Ballad (ballade) :: He has recorded everything from the most romantic ballads to movie theme songs disco rock and even gospel
Topple (omver te werp) :: There he is drawn into the coup that topples the civilian government
Trickle (straaltjie) :: In many places the castiron pipes which carry our potable water are so thick with rust that the flow is a mere trickle
Mooch (schooien) :: Not only does he mooch my money and my beer but now he mooches my valuable radio time