Showing meaning for peace-keeping (peacekeeping)
Peace-keeping :vrede bewaring
Peace-keeping - vrede bewaring
English to Afrikaans Dictionary: peace-keeping
Meaning and definitions of peace-keeping, translation in Afrikaans language for peace-keeping with similar and opposite words. Also find spoken pronunciation of peace-keeping in Afrikaans and in English language.
Tags for the entry "peace-keeping"
What peace-keeping means in Afrikaans, peace-keeping meaning in Afrikaans, peace-keeping definition, examples and pronunciation of peace-keeping in Afrikaans language.
Bag - (sak) :: I got changed and started repacking my stuff from my bag into a suitcase
Cravat - (krawat) :: He was dressed elegantly in severe black evening wear crisply white starched shirt and intricately tied cravat
Jacket - (baadjie) :: Bosch designed a thin inner liner of soft steel that sealed the gases in its pressure load supported by a stout perforated steel jacket
Pumice - (puimsteen) :: Shell pumice stucco and marble formed the basic materials but gradually glass was incorporated also
Textile - (tekstiel) :: In his late textile designs floral patterns of Art Nouveau fabrics sway in aqueous flotationSEE ALL
Somewhere - (iewers) :: A jukebox somewhere through the throng of people was playing an old Johnny Cash compilation
Son - (seun) :: he was a son of Ireland
Song - (lied) :: As the singer came out again she broke into song the band behind accompanying her svelte smooth voice
Soon - (binnekort) :: Sometimes the people that you want to say things to are snatched away from the world too soon
Sore - (seer) :: He was angry now sore as a skunk and with enough whisky inside him to keep Jim Beam going for ten years or soSEE ALL 3000+ WORDS
Venial - (verontschuldigendbaar) :: Maybe there is some connection here but its very odd to describe anyone as motivated by veniality
Veracious - (waarheid getrou) :: After the Promise is one of the most veraciously sentimental films of its period
Veracity - (waarheid) :: While the first one led me to question these stories veracity the second made me consider their politics
Verbiage - (breedsprakigheid) :: Even I cant read all that much excessive verbiage so I certainly dont expect you to do soSEE ALL GRE WORDS
Jettison (eenkant toe te gooi) :: One senior figure said that if Taoiseach Bertie Ahern had any sense he would jettison the PDs immediately
Quinsy (angina) :: I examined him flat on the bed the pharynx was a little red but there was no quinsy or obvious swelling and no cervical lymphadenopathy
Lavender (laventel) :: There it was once again faint but clearly distinguishable the sweet smell of lavender and that mysterious something else