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Crib - (krip) :: Wind up the mobile hang it to the side of the crib instead of directly overhead and Baby will turn his head to the side while he dozes off
Geography - (Aardrykskunde) :: A degree in geography wont affect your enjoyment of this film but knowledge is its own reward
Headmistress - (headmistress) :: The creamy walls of both floors were lined with paintings of old headmasters and headmistresses bowls of fruit Paris operas and fairy tale adventures
University - (universiteit) :: Im happy to be back with my family and Im looking forward to university
College - (kollege) :: She said she had enjoyed seeing how former pupils fared at secondary school and college and later working in jobs in the areaSEE ALL
But - (maar) :: prices werent great but were above their lowest
Butter - (botter) :: When cream is churned to make butter the agitation breaks up the water into droplets
Button - (knoppie) :: As a general rule you should always fasten your top button except if your suit features soft rollover lapels
Buy - (koop) :: we had to find some money to buy a houseSEE ALL 3000+ WORDS
Gaffe - (flater) :: I kept things moving reasonably well and didnt commit any major gaffes or trip over my words too badly
Gainsay - (teëspreek) :: In your place I should not gainsay the truth but Id put it in a different and more telling way
Gall - (gal) :: The piece is written with an almost amused incredulity at the sheer gall of the scheme
Galleon - (galjoen) :: The fleet of 130 ships including 22 fighting galleons sailed in a crescent shape
Gambit - (gambiet) :: Through these gambits business commentators challenge the very concept of innovationSEE ALL GRE WORDS
Precognition (precognitie) :: In the postal experiment all of the participants had participated in a survey of precognitive experiences so all of the participants had told the experimenter of an experience they had had
Serial (serial) :: I am but a mild mannered serial monogamist so we are coming at this whole thing from different angles and its driving us both bonkers
Disafforest (bos afhakken) :: Perhaps its his obvious disinterest towards talking about himself which permeates our interview that is the most telling
Cello (tjello) :: Two thirds of the children had some musical experience and those with orchestral skills played violins clarinets cellos flutes and saxophones