English to Afrikaans Meaning :: prepossession

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English to Afrikaans Meaning
vooroordeel, vooringenomen, voorkeur, ten gunste van, partydigheid, prioriteit, impuls, verslawing, neiging, voorliefde, leun

Prepossession    :vooringenomen


Prepossession - vooringenomen

Prepossessions :: prepossessions


1. preconception :: vooroordeel

2. preconceived opinion :: vooropgestelde mening

3. parti pris :: Parti Pris

4. preconceived notion :: vooropgestelde idee

5. preconceived idea :: vooropgestelde idee

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prepossession, prepossessions

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