English to Afrikaans Dictionary: Wednesday
Meaning and definitions of Wednesday, translation in Afrikaans language for Wednesday with similar and opposite words. Also find spoken pronunciation of Wednesday in Afrikaans and in English language.
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Crest - (kruin) :: Ahead the crest of the hill seemed as distant as ever
Wolf - (wolf) :: It was perfect to dip naan bread in and the pilau rice was wolfed down by Matt who seemed to enthuse about how special the chefs special was with every mouthful
Bunny - (bunny) :: Once upon a time in a park not very far from your house there was a little brown bunny with a fluffy white tailSEE ALL
Confusion - (verwarring) :: For the moment expect confusion about whats legal and what isnt in bars and clubs to continue unabated
Congratulate - (geluk) :: His real sentiments were likely far from congratulatory
Congratulation - (gelukwensing) :: It was ritualised listless clapping not genuine congratulation at fine play
Congress - (kongres) :: The dictionary says that tupping describes what rams do to ewes but I first came across it being used in relation to human sexual congress
Connect - (verbind) :: His fall was postponed just long enough for the first blow to connect with his right side lifting him off his feet for an instantSEE ALL 3000+ WORDS
Lukewarm - (lou) :: Ignoring the pain Kirby poured herself some lukewarm tea into the thermos cup
Lumber - (hout) :: Pieces of lumber appeared were carefully measured and then taken back to the workshop for fine tuning
Luminary - (uitblinker) :: This is the sort of thing jazz luminaries do these days to make a living
Lummox - (lomp iemand) :: I will make life so hard for these wretched lummoxes who pass for my servants that the atrocities of Ivan the Terrible will seem like a fairypicnic
Luscious - (sappige) :: Every one of the luscious ladies had the twisted features of a bearded demonic wildly sneering Richard D James rememberSEE ALL GRE WORDS
Gurgle (roggel) :: James gurgled with what sounded like glee though I reasoned babies that young shouldnt know about glee yet
Despot (despoot) :: Obeying no law despotic authority was arbitrary and its animating spirit was fear
Goody (goody) :: Goody goody we get to fight them over there so we dont have to fight them here