Resilience - veerkragtigheid
1. resilience :: veerkragtigheid
1. resiliency :: veerkragtigheid
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Socket - (socket) :: Unlike conventional electrical appliances which are simply plugged into a wall socket computers and their peripherals are connected by any number of lines
Worn - (gedra) :: He sat down without a sound on the worn wood and lifted his feet off the cold ground his arms going around his knees
Face - (gesig) :: Beyond the grey light was coming and going as clouds chased each other across the face of the moon
Sofa - (bank) :: Visitors can sit on the old chairs and sofas pick up the books from the shelves and play the old board gamesSEE ALL
Lecture - (lesing) :: They will no doubt receive a stern lecture on the wickedness of their ways
Left - (links) :: He still has difficulty using his lefthand side and has a splint on his left ankle
Leg - (been) :: leg of chicken
Legal - (wettig) :: The number of workers required for a legal strike to go ahead is often too high
Lemon - (suurlemoen) :: The Marigold erecta in orange lemon golden yellow and a rare white is a good potted plantSEE ALL 3000+ WORDS
Disinter - (Mexiko te) :: People buried more than 100 years ago could be disinterred and then reinterred deeper underground leaving fresh land above for new graves
Disinterested - (onpartydige) :: Hutton is represented as dignified and fair a disinterested figure who stands above the grubby world of politics
Disparage - (afkraak) :: Some critics have disparaged Hogans emphasis on the love story between the two main characters
Dispassionate - (objektiewe) :: That immediately drained the emotion out of everything I became dispassionate rationalSEE ALL GRE WORDS
Uneaten (uneaten) :: A snacking businessman realised he was running late and left half his meal uneaten on the table
Going (gaan) :: A huge crowd was at Prestbury Park where the going was good but the rain dampened spirits a little
Underact (underact) :: He underacts many scenes perhaps going for stoic emotional pain but looking bored
Gamboge (guttegom) :: There are many other wild and cultivated Garcinia spp some providing sweet fruits others tart seasonings medicines dyes the artists pigment gamboge substances used for tanning leather and timber