English to Afrikaans Meaning :: poorly

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English to Afrikaans Meaning
Adjective
swak, sieklike, siekes, moeg, sukkelende, siek, ongesteld, ongesonde, slegte, kwaad, bose
Adverb
swak, sleg, verkeerd

Poorly    :swak

 

Poorly - swak





  

Related Words

1. poorly paid :: swak betaal


Synonyms
Adjective

1. ill :: siek


2. unwell :: ongesteld


3. not (very) well ::


4. ailing :: sukkelende


5. indisposed :: ongesteld


6. out of sorts :: uit allerhande


7. under/below par ::


8. peaked :: hoogtepunt


9. sick :: siek


10. queasy :: kieskeurig


11. nauseous :: naar


12. off :: af


13. under the weather :: onder die weer


14. funny :: snaaks


15. peculiar :: eienaardige


16. lousy :: slegte


17. rough :: rowwe

Adverb


18. badly :: sleg


19. deficiently ::


20. defectively ::


21. imperfectly ::


22. incompetently ::


23. appallingly ::


24. abysmally ::


25. atrociously ::


26. awfully ::


27. dreadfully ::


28. crudely ::


29. shoddily ::


30. inadequately ::


Antonyms

1. fine :: fyn


2. good :: goeie


3. well :: goed


Different forms

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