Medlar - mispel
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Lock - (sluit) :: Wed slam each other in turn sometimes dragging the other down to the mat to grapple in laughter cut off suddenly by a choke or a tapout from a lock
Nursery - (kwekery) :: They had already bought clothes and decorated a nursery for the child they expected to adopt
Plant - (plant) :: Within two days they were exploring the possibility that the note was a plant and that the saboteurs might not be a terrorist group after all but possibly a disgruntled railroad employee
Shovel - (Graaf) :: Marcus opened up a bin of coal and began to shovel the black substance into the top of the blast furnace
Drainpipe - (drainpipe) :: The drainpipe s opening was 60 centimeters wideSEE ALL
Regular - (gereelde) :: regular clergy
Regularly - (gereeld) :: space your plant regularly
Regulation - (regulasie) :: But how should the process of regulation be managed
Reject - (verwerp) :: Would people reject me just because Im too pale my nose is too long and my hair too light
Relate - (verband) :: Other students related similar accounts of having witnessed bullying or having been bullied by college teachersSEE ALL 3000+ WORDS
Underwrite - (onderskryf) :: Customs accused Mr Graham of having a financial interest in the company because he agreed to underwrite any losses
Unequivocal - (ondubbelsinnige) :: Asked if either of those substances were relevant to the treatment of colic his answer is precise and unequivocal
Unfetter - (ontketenen) :: A unique romantic comedy unfettered by the normal expectations of the genre is a rare and wondrous thing
Unprecedented - (ongekende) :: You had the massacre in Nepal again an unprecedentedly dramatic story you had the VajpayeeMusharraf summit which saw the media lose its perspective and from the South you had all that whipped up drama over the Karunanidhi arrestSEE ALL GRE WORDS
Himself (self) :: its himself I was looking for
Immutable (onveranderlike) :: Due to the faulty regulations over the long term the villagers begin to think that these conditions are immutable
Number (aantal) :: the company is seeking to increase the number of women on its staff
Pillow (kussing) :: He was laying under an army blanket on a rickety cot right arm bandaged and the other pillowing his head