English to Afrikaans Meaning :: propitiate

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versoen, kalm, wieg, stil, streel, paai
aanpasbaar, vatbaar, simpatiek, versoen

Propitiate    :versoen


Propitiate - versoen

Propitiated :: gepaai

Propitiates :: propitiates

Propitiating :: propitiating


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1. propitiate :: versoen


1. appease :: paai

2. placate :: paai

3. mollify :: vermurwen

4. pacify :: paai

5. make peace with :: maak vrede met

6. conciliate :: versoen

7. make amends to :: goed maak om

8. soothe :: streel

9. calm :: kalm


1. anger :: woede

2. enrage :: woedend

3. incense :: speserye

4. infuriate :: woedend

5. ire :: ire

6. madden :: Madden

7. outrage :: verontwaardiging

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propitiate, propitiated, propitiates, propitiating

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