English to Afrikaans Meaning :: remarkable

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buitengewone, merkwaardige, ongewone, geweldige, ongewoon, uitsonderlike, merkbaar, opmerklik, treffende, waarneembaar, opvallende, kinky, duidelike, verskeie, bedoel
verras, pragtige, merkwaardige, kleurvolle, ondenkbaar, noemenswaardige, aansienlike, waardig opmerking

Remarkable    :merkwaardige


Remarkable - merkwaardige


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1. remarkable :: merkwaardige


1. extraordinary :: buitengewone

2. noteworthy :: opmerklik

3. singular :: enkelvoud

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Elaborate - (uit te brei) :: He declined to elaborate on the technical details

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