English to Afrikaans Meaning :: nimble

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English to Afrikaans Meaning
uit te druk, ratse, vinnig, fassinerende, flink, rusteloos, vinnige bewegende, vinnige, zwiepend, lig-been, lewendige
ratse, slim, waarskuwing, nifty, vinnige

Nimble    :ratse


Nimble - ratse

Nimbleness :: rapheid


Related Words


1. agile :: ratse

2. quick-witted :: schreepzinnig


1. dense :: digte

2. dim :: dof

3. dull :: Dowwe

4. dumb :: stom

5. empty-headed :: leë koppe

6. fatuous :: sot

7. half-witted :: helfte gevat

8. mindless :: sinnelose

9. obtuse :: stomp

10. opaque :: ondeursigtig

11. senseless :: sinnelose

12. simple :: eenvoudige

13. slow :: stadig

14. soft :: sagte

15. stupid :: onnosel

16. thick :: dik

Different forms

nimble, nimbleness

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