English to Afrikaans Meaning :: tall

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English to Afrikaans Meaning
Adjective
lank, hoog, lang, verhewe, uitgestrek, hoë, verhoogde, manjifieke, Bluffy, bluf, diep, pragtige, magtige, groot, ruim
manjifieke, hoog, vermoed, leeu sin vir humor

Tall    :hoog

 

Tall - hoog

Taller :: langer

Tallest :: hoogste

Tallish :: langerig

Tallness :: rijzigheid





  

Related Words

1. very tall :: baie hoog


Synonyms
Adjective

1. big :: groot


2. high :: hoë


3. in height :: hoog


4. unlikely :: onwaarskynlik


5. demanding :: veeleisende


6. magniloquent :: grootsprakend


7. improbable :: onwaarskynlik


Antonyms

1. low :: lae


2. short :: kort


3. squat :: hurk


Different forms

tall, taller, tallest, tallish, tallness


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