English to Afrikaans Meaning :: pleasantry

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Noun
moed, opwinding, vreugde, scherts, vrolikheid, grap, wit, peper, raaisel, geheim, truuk, sport
scherts

Pleasantry    :scherts

 

Pleasantry - scherts

Pleasantries :: gesels





  

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Noun

1. banter :: geskerts


2. badinage :: draak steek met


3. polite remark :: beleefd opmerking


4. casual remark :: gemaklik opmerking


Different forms

pleasantries, pleasantry


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