Smiley - smiley
1. smiley :: smiley
English to Afrikaans Dictionary: smiley
Meaning and definitions of smiley, translation in Afrikaans language for smiley with similar and opposite words. Also find spoken pronunciation of smiley in Afrikaans and in English language.
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What smiley means in Afrikaans, smiley meaning in Afrikaans, smiley definition, examples and pronunciation of smiley in Afrikaans language.
Cereal - (graan) :: cereal crops
Setting - (omgewing) :: The grounds of Markree Castle is the setting for the event which will celebrate all kinds of country sports and pursuits
Steak - (steak) :: Nights out with soup and steak pie a fair amount of illicit alcohol and a nights dancing for 13 pence a head
Complain - (kla) :: We packed up the scope first then the picnic stuff and the kids went sleepily and complainingly into their carseats last
Fruit - (vrugte) :: It was their just reward last week to see the fruits of their labour come to fruition and be recognisedSEE ALL
Stove - (stoof) :: We installed smokeless stoves with chimneys in a few huts
Straight - (reguit) :: As the bus pelts towards Paramaribo past scattered dwellings on a dead straight road Im reminded of home
Strain - (druk) :: there was a powerful strain of insanity on her mothers side of the family
Strange - (vreemde) :: It is strange how even when it all comes to an end you never stop loving those peopleSEE ALL 3000+ WORDS
Barrage - (spervuur) :: Yet despite this the state still had to face down a barrage of criticism both at home and abroad for its handling of what the United Nations has called the worlds biggest disaster
Bastion - (Bastion) :: Yesterday the four climbers fixed 400 meters of ropes along the rocky section above C4 until they were stopped by a rock bastion wall at about 8300m
Befuddle - (bedwelmen) :: A very befuddled teenager soon found himself pushed and locked out of the room
Begrudge - (gun) :: Not that I begrudge a penny of the money that this Country has spent on helping these people not a bit of it
Beguile - (verlei) :: The answer is that he was beguiled into thinking about language and the world in terms of a particular modelSEE ALL GRE WORDS
Personify (verpersoonlijken) :: He personifies superficiality and embodies the fact that they have nothing more to say politically
Lithe (lenige) :: One of my coworkers is a tall lanky guy who is amazingly lithe and flexible
Goodness (goedheid) :: Basic goodness transcends the concepts of good and bad
Spoliation (plundering) :: The spoliator must provide an explanation for the disappearance of any documentary evidence