Speakerphone - Speaker
1. speakerphone :: Speaker
English to Afrikaans Dictionary: speakerphone
Meaning and definitions of speakerphone, translation in Afrikaans language for speakerphone with similar and opposite words. Also find spoken pronunciation of speakerphone in Afrikaans and in English language.
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Centre - (sentrum) ::
Frontage - (front) :: A new modern frontage and entrance hall were incorporated along the Suffolk Street end to help reinvigorate the districts shopping appeal
Pantry - (spens) :: It consisted of three stories and a large basement which contained servants quarters pantries laundry cellars etc
Front - (front) :: I heard a very loud smack and my eyes went directly to the front of the roomSEE ALL
Quiet - (stil) :: He got the job done in his own quiet unassuming understated way
Quit - (afsluit) :: I quit my ninetofive job and became a professional photographer
Quite - (baie) :: I quite agree
Quote - (kwotasie) :: I think its abysmal and you can quote me on that Roberts said
Race - (ras) :: At the moment the women are also ensconced in their Third Division and the race is on to see which squad can secure promotion firstSEE ALL 3000+ WORDS
Lamentation - (klaaglied) :: scenes of lamentation
Lampoon - (pamflet) :: It lampooned the way in which women are portrayed as sex objects in the daily press radio and TV
Lance - (Lance) :: Five basic processes are involved oxy fuel gas cutting metal powder cutting chemical flux cutting oxygen lance cutting and oxygen arc cutting
Languid - (slap) :: The people who moved in the languid yet haughty movements of the proper dances of the day seemed like ghosts to her ghosts from a world which she did not know
Languish - (kwyn) :: The Hurricanes no longer have to languish near the bottom of the points tableSEE ALL GRE WORDS
Touch (raak) :: I only tolerated him because he was good for a touch now and then
Bestow (skenk) :: Infants in particular are under threat since they are still growing into their full identity as social subjects signified by the bestowal of a name
Psychosomatic (psigosomatiese) :: We surely are psychosomatic unities animated bodies rather than incarnated souls to use a famous phrase
Topper (Klapper) :: Two toffs were promenading towards Knavesmire attired in shiny toppers and spotless tails