English to Afrikaans Meaning :: stolid

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English to Afrikaans Meaning
Adjective
bestendige, onverstoord, firma, onwrikbare, bot, onwankelbaar, konstante, getrou
bot, sonder uitdrukking, boot-faced, ongeaffekteer, onverstoorbare, nonchalant, onbeduidende, ondeurdringbare, reageer, atonic

Stolid    :bot

 

Stolid - bot

Stolider :: stolider

Stolidest :: stolidest

Stolidity :: onaandoenlijkheid

Stolidly :: stolidly

Stolidness :: stolidness





  

Related Words

1. stolid :: bot


Synonyms
Adjective

1. impassive :: gevoelloos


2. phlegmatic :: nugter


3. unemotional :: emosieloos


4. cool ::


5. calm :: kalm


6. placid :: kalm


7. unexcitable :: unexcitable


8. dependable :: betroubare


9. unimaginative :: verbeeldingloos


10. dull :: Dowwe


Antonyms

1. demonstrative :: demonstratiewe


2. expressive :: ekspressiewe


Different forms

stolid, stolider, stolidest, stolidity, stolidly, stolidness


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