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Bridge - (brug) :: a railway bridge
Dive - (duik) :: This reduces your risk of the markets taking a sudden dive and you being caught unawares until its too late
Gondola - (gondel) :: And theres a gondola which is suspended from the crane and Im going to be getting in there
Spaceship - (ruimtetuig) :: From the moment he learned about Sputnik Gagarin secretly knew he would join the space programme and even began sketching his ideas for spaceshipsSEE ALL
Speed - (spoed) :: In Florence he met the Italian Futurists yet unlike them he was less interested in speed and movement than in the effects of colour and light in his work
Spell - (spel) :: After a short spell doing odd jobs in New Plymouth Stans father landed a plum job in south Taranaki
Spend - (spandeer) :: A man may spend his money on attending a concert or hiring a lawyer for example as well as on food or automobiles
Spice - (spesery) :: And if some spice has been added to the dance that is because this comes with a fitness routineSEE ALL 3000+ WORDS
Scapegoat - (swart skaap) :: Asylum seekers should not be scapegoated for our longstanding social problems
Scrupulous - (deurdagte) :: Seeking to protect his pregnant wife gangster Gui decides to give himself up to the authorities only to find his act of selfsacrifice results in the loss of everything to less scrupulous rivals
Scrutinize - (bestudeer) :: In sufficient numbers this message would get out through the party scrutinizers they cant keep a secretSEE ALL GRE WORDS
Adherent (aanhanger) :: Patients who have adherent clot on their ulcer at endoscopy are at increased risk of rebleeding as was the case in six of seven patients in this series
Acquiescence (berusting) :: in silent acquiescence she rose to her feet
Ruffian (skurk) :: And the state tolerated ruffianism so long as disorder was kept at a minimum and its authority was not fundamentally challenged