English to Afrikaans Dictionary: Marxism
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Companionway - (touw ladder) :: Other key features such as bollards and companionways are still visible and rumour has it the engine room can still be penetrated
Nautical - (nautische) :: The earliest printed cards sported a nautical theme directed at sailors who were heavy tobacco users
Roar - (brul) :: He loved the squeal of smoking tires the roar of the engine and the thrill of a hairpin turn in a power drift
Radiator - (verkoeler) :: This morning I painted the radiator in that room
Blind - (blind) :: Its steady amiable temperament makes it a dependable guide dog for the blindSEE ALL
Swimming pool - (swembad) ::
Swing - (swaai) :: But she also raises health and education as major election issues that could yet swing her vote
Switch - (skakelaar) :: The two of us decided this was a good time to switch roles he would be the hoist operator and I would be the swimmer
Swollen - (geswel) ::
Symbol - (simbool) :: That the symbol of freedom was both a distant star and a symbol of the African communal past is no small ironySEE ALL 3000+ WORDS
Hamper - (belemmer) :: Upstairs Kristin walked back into her room and through there into her bathroom where she undressed sorted her clothes into the laundry hamper and showered quickly
Hangar - (loods) :: Here four airships are hangared in Glynn County Ga
Hapless - (ongelukkige) :: Some went as far as singing besura love songs outside the hapless girls house
Harangue - (sweep) :: Even in his late seventies Louis is still haranguing his son about his attitude towards Israel and Allen is responding with the same mixture of wouldbe facts and baffled furySEE ALL GRE WORDS
Thrash (thrash) :: He insists that after hearing what specialists had to say he was even more convinced he was right and that Howard was an old political leader thrashing around for an issue
Belabour (afrossen) :: I read that some of my countrymen belaboured some others of my countrymen purely because they came to my city from other parts of my country searching for jobs
Unfit (ongeskik) :: It means the cockle quality has never been tested so the molluscs are deemed unfit for human consumption
Engineer (ingenieur) :: If so I can assure you as a practical aeronautical engineer that such a trip is neither fantastic nor impractical