Whatsoever - hoegenaamd
1. nothing whatsoever :: niks hoegenaamd
1. at all :: enigsins
2. of any kind :: van enige aard
3. whatever :: alles
4. in the least :: In die minste
5. 'in any way ::
6. shape or form' :: vorm of vorm '
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Product - (produk) :: Rather we are focused almost totally on the end result the final product
Company - (maatskappy) :: a shipping company
Production - (produksie) :: News this week that US manufacturers increased production in August for the first time in nine months is encouraging
Oligarch - (oligarch) :: The dictatorship of transnational corporations ruled by financial oligarchs must be endedSEE ALL
Stuff - (dinge) :: stuff the diet
Stupid - (onnosel) :: Sit for hours on end next to some poxy lake on the half chance that some fish will be stupid enough to bite the hook youve left lying around for them
Style - (styl) :: Consumption is more than just French style and taste it represents the positioning of the self in a larger world
Subject - (onderwerp) :: The issue of gated communities has been a subject of intense public debate and litigation in recent months
Substance - (stof) :: Now everyone arrested in possession of an illegal substance is offered the help of a trained drugs counsellorSEE ALL 3000+ WORDS
Cumbersome - (omslagtig) :: And many people find it cumbersome to stop their routine to take their pulse
Curmudgeon - (vrek) :: We dont want householders to feel like curmudgeons which is why the posters wish callers an enjoyable night
Curtail - (beperk) :: They leave behind deepening concerns for the health service renewed fury at the condition of the countrys schools outrage at curtailments on freedom of information and ambivalence over the position on Iraq
Cynical - (sinies) :: Many are cynical about democracy they say its a scam and that the real decisions arent taken in democratic institutions
Daguerreotype - (daguerreotipe) :: This exhibition includes 115 photographs negatives and daguerreotypes by Fox Talbot one of the 19thcentury founders of the photographic medium and several of his contemporariesSEE ALL GRE WORDS
Connective (bind) :: But if youre lucky enough to possess sufficient material wealth for a connection and a connective device the network itself imposes no obstacles to participation
Cataract (katarak) :: For example some of us are predisposed to cardiovascular disease or chronic diseases like obesity certain cancers cataracts and diabetes
Blush (bloos) :: They smiled warmly at each other and a faint blush appeared on her cheeks
Lament (klaag) :: A common lament of many Waterloo students is the lack of a local music scene