English to Afrikaans Meaning :: petulant

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English to Afrikaans Meaning
geïrriteerd, gegrief, balorig, afvallige, afstootlike, parmantig, vokale, PERT, perky, verwaand, veronderstelling, pretensieus, snotterig, brutaal

Petulant    :balorig


Petulant - balorig

Petulantly :: balorig


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1. peevish :: nors

2. bad-tempered :: slegte-gehard

3. querulous :: klaende

4. pettish :: humeurig

5. fretful :: knorrig

6. cross :: kwaad

7. irritable :: prikkelbare

8. sulky :: sulky

9. snappish :: prikkelbaar

10. crotchety :: grillig

11. touchy :: liggeraak

12. tetchy :: prikkelbaar

13. testy :: knorrige

14. fractious :: lastig

15. grumpy :: knorrig

16. disgruntled ::

17. crabby :: prikkelbaar

18. grouchy :: knorrig

19. cranky :: cranky

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