English to Afrikaans Dictionary: October
Meaning and definitions of October, translation in Afrikaans language for October with similar and opposite words. Also find spoken pronunciation of October in Afrikaans and in English language.
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Shock - (skok) :: A headteacher has spoken of his shock at the sudden death of one of his popular young pupils
Vitamin - (vitamien) :: We never thought in terms of nutritional value or vitamins in those days
Exercise - (oefening) :: It says Congress shall make no law establishing a religion or interfering with the free exercise thereof
Smack - (slaan) :: Our footballers are too stupid to tell the difference between smack and steroids and havent a clue where to score either
Strap - (band) :: Slung across his shoulder on a leather strap was a wicker basketSEE ALL
Downward - (afwaartse) :: Nearly all beach sands have distinctive stratification that dips downward toward the water
Dozen - (dosyn) :: Only a dozen or so fish had been caught from the dozens and dozens of boats which included two fish for Bill
Draft - (konsep) :: Talk of reviving the military draft to supply enough troops for the war on terror is just that talk
Drag - (sleep) :: the main dragSEE ALL 3000+ WORDS
Arson - (brandstigting) :: The jury still found Cottrell guilty of conspiracy to commit arson and seven counts of arson
Articulate - (verwoord) :: Yet we often fail to articulate this doctrine clearly even to ourselves
Artifice - (listig) :: The purpose of art is not to deny artifice but to manage it so well that it appears inevitableSEE ALL GRE WORDS
Mongrel (baster) :: The reason they say is the creation of a new race of mongrel salmon the product of escaped farmed salmon breeding with wild fish
Orifice (opening) :: This helps the surgeon identify the ureteral orifices during bladder dissection and urethral bladder reanastomosis
Theocracy (teokrasie) :: Why did they publish without context or criticism what appears to be a propaganda piece for a theocratic and totalitarian terrorist organisation
Auditory (ouditiewe) :: Visual and auditory problems can contribute to poor school performance and inattention