English to Afrikaans Dictionary: wombat
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Roof - (dak) :: fan vaults roof these magnificent buildings
Courage - (moed) :: He had been defeated once too often and his resources of courage were almost exhausted
Ear - (oor) :: Why scratch your left ear with your right hand
Fear - (vrees) :: There was a look of genuine fear in his eyes unsure as to whether or not she was real
Go - (gaan) :: I received another email from JoAnn She said the project is a goSEE ALL
Rice - (rys) :: Pasta can be made from soft wheat durum wheat buckwheat rice soya beans and mung beans
Rich - (ryk) :: She uses the rich fabric of silk and the fur because she wanted to talk about the desire these objects arouse
Rid - (ontslae) :: Gorbachev blamed himself for being too concerned about playing by democratic rules and not simply ridding the party of forces opposed to his reforms when he had a chance
Ride - (rit) :: a stream of young surfers fighting the elements to ride the waves
Rider - (ruiter) :: As a rider to this overview of the role of music in this story however I want to suggest an adjustment of perspectiveSEE ALL 3000+ WORDS
Deplore - (betreur) :: Colleen groaned and rolled onto her side looking deploringly at her mother
Depravity - (verdorwenheid) :: Urban poverty was itself a serious problem but many activists were concerned more specifically with the plight of children who were exposed to such an environment of material deprivation and moral depravity
Deprecate - (afkeuren) :: This sort of deprecation needs to stop if we ever want to feel proud of who we are
Deride - (spot) :: Many food trends have come and gone since she became famous and she remained unmoved deriding the antibutterfat lobby and other bores
Derision - (bespotting) :: It was greeted with derision there is really no other word for it around the countrySEE ALL GRE WORDS
Uninterested (geïnteresseerd) :: She would often ring him and have nothing much to say or even sound bored and uninterested on the phone
Cannabis (dagga) :: They seized some cannabis bush and cannabis resin from a caravan in the back garden and the couple were arrested but a thorough search of the house revealed no further drugs
Regime (regime) :: Additional measures could have further refined and strengthened the sanctions regime
Groom (bruidegom) :: The groom wore red and the bride looked elegant in an oldfashioned riding habit