English to Afrikaans Dictionary: Oxbridge
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Hunger - (honger) :: Have sensible people never felt the insatiable hunger of infatuation
Jovial - (joviale) :: Of course it will be delivered with a jovial smile and a pat on the back
Lose - (verloor) :: I love Brady because he never misses a week and he rarely does anything to lose you games
Sensational - (sensasionele) :: The news media have also become more sensational more prone to scandal and possibly less accurateSEE ALL
Malleable - (smeebaar) :: But the rather malleable populace here seems to be quite pleased at this governmental largesse
Mallet - (hamer) :: Hes one of the greatest sportsmen that ever picked up a mallet or a cricket bat
Manipulative - (manipulerende) :: Instead two distinct factors relating to manipulativeness seemed to emergeSEE ALL GRE WORDS
Uncountable (ontelbare) :: Every student of the academy and most people in the realm knew that this area of mountains was teeming with an uncountable number of creatures
Psyche (psige) :: But the mind the psyche the soul struggles to find itself again and to situate itself in a world whose features have been altered by disaster
Pollard (Pollard) :: Outside the plane trees along the street have the same sameness about them pollarded in a way I used to think cruel