audio β„– word type definition translation
πŸ”Š 1 preferment noun Preference. uitmuntendheid
πŸ”Š 2 prefix verb To attach at the beginning. voorvoegsel
πŸ”‡ prehensible adjective Capable of being grasped. prehensible
πŸ”Š 4 prehensile adjective Adapted for grasping or holding. gryp
πŸ”Š 5 prehension noun The act of laying hold of or grasping. prehension
πŸ”Š 6 prejudice noun A judgment or opinion formed without due examination of the facts. vooroordeel
πŸ”Š 7 prelate noun One of a higher order of clergy having direct authority over other clergy. prelaat
πŸ”Š 8 prelude noun An introductory or opening performance. voorspel
πŸ”Š 9 premature adjective Coming too soon. voortydige
πŸ”Š 10 premier adjective First in rank or position. premier
πŸ”Š 11 premise noun A judgment as a conclusion. uitgangspunt
πŸ”Š 12 premonition noun Foreboding. voorgevoel
πŸ”Š 13 preoccupation noun The state of having the mind, attention, or inclination preoccupied. beheptheid
πŸ”Š 14 preoccupy verb To fill the mind of a person to the exclusion of other subjects. heeltemal in beslag neem
πŸ”Š 15 preordain verb To foreordain. vooraf bepaal
πŸ”Š 16 preparation noun An act or proceeding designed to bring about some event. voorbereiding
πŸ”Š 17 preparatory adjective Having to do with what is preliminary. voorbereidende
πŸ”Š 18 preponderant adjective Prevalent. oorwegend
πŸ”Š 19 preponderate verb To exceed in influence or power. oor tref
πŸ”Š 20 prepossession noun A preconceived liking. vooringenomen
πŸ”Š 21 preposterous adjective Utterly ridiculous or absurd. belaglik
πŸ”Š 22 prerogative adjective Having superior rank or precedence. prerogatief
πŸ”Š 23 presage verb To foretell. vir gevoel
πŸ”Š 24 prescience noun Knowledge of events before they take place. voorkennis
πŸ”Š 25 prescient adjective Foreknowing. Prescient
πŸ”Š 26 prescript adjective Prescribed as a rule or model. voorskrif
πŸ”‡ prescriptible adjective Derived from authoritative direction. prescriptible
πŸ”Š 28 prescription noun An authoritative direction. voorskrif
πŸ”Š 29 presentient adjective Perceiving or feeling beforehand. presentient
πŸ”Š 30 presentiment noun Foreboding. voorgevoel
πŸ”Š 31 presentment noun Semblance. Present
πŸ”Š 32 preservation noun Conservation. bewaring
πŸ”Š 33 presumption noun That which may be logically assumed to be true until disproved. vermoede
πŸ”Š 34 presumptuous adjective Assuming too much. moedswillige
πŸ”Š 35 pretension noun A bold or presumptuous assertion. pretensie
πŸ”Š 36 pretentious adjective Marked by pretense, conceit, or display. pretensieus
πŸ”Š 37 preternatural adjective Extraordinary. onnatuurlijk
πŸ”Š 38 pretext noun A fictitious reason or motive. voorwendsel
πŸ”Š 39 prevalence noun Frequency. voorkoms
πŸ”Š 40 prevalent adjective Of wide extent or frequent occurrence. algemeen
πŸ”Š 41 prevaricate verb To use ambiguous or evasive language for the purpose of deceiving or diverting attention. lieg
πŸ”Š 42 prevention noun Thwarting. voorkoming
πŸ”Š 43 prickle verb To puncture slightly with fine, sharp points. angel
πŸ”Š 44 priggish adjective Conceited. pedant
πŸ”Š 45 prim adjective Stiffly proper. prim
πŸ”‡ prima adjective First. prima
πŸ”Š 47 primer noun An elementary reading-book for children. primer
πŸ”Š 48 primeval adjective Belonging to the first ages. oer
πŸ”Š 49 primitive adjective Pertaining to the beginning or early times. primitief
πŸ”Š 50 principal adjective Most important. skoolhoof
πŸ”Š 51 principality noun The territory of a reigning prince. owerheid
πŸ”Š 52 principle noun A general truth or proposition. beginsel
πŸ”Š 53 priory noun A monastic house. Priory
πŸ”Š 54 pristine adjective Primitive. ongerepte
πŸ”Š 55 privateer noun A vessel owned and officered by private persons, but carrying on maritime war. private
πŸ”Š 56 privilege noun A right or immunity not enjoyed by all, or that may be enjoyed only under special conditions. voorreg
πŸ”Š 57 privity noun Knowledge shared with another or others regarding a private matter. privity
πŸ”Š 58 privy adjective Participating with another or others in the knowledge of a secret transaction. betrokke was
πŸ”Š 59 probate adjective Relating to making proof, as of a will. memories
πŸ”Š 60 probation noun Any proceeding designed to ascertain or test character, qualification, or the like. proef
πŸ”Š 61 probe verb To search through and through. ondersoek
πŸ”Š 62 probity noun Virtue or integrity tested and confirmed. eerlikheid
πŸ”Š 63 procedure noun A manner or method of acting. prosedure
πŸ”Š 64 proceed verb To renew motion or action, as after rest or interruption. voortgaan
πŸ”Š 65 proclamation noun Any announcement made in a public manner. proklamasie
πŸ”Š 66 procrastinate verb To put off till tomorrow or till a future time. uitstel
πŸ”Š 67 procrastination noun Delay. Uitstel
πŸ”Š 68 proctor noun An agent acting for another. Proctor
πŸ”Š 69 prodigal noun One wasteful or extravagant, especially in the use of money or property. verlore
πŸ”Š 70 prodigious adjective Immense. ontsaglike
πŸ”Š 71 prodigy noun A person or thing of very remarkable gifts or qualities. wonderkind
πŸ”Š 72 productive adjective Yielding in abundance. produktiewe
πŸ”Š 73 profession noun Any calling or occupation involving special mental or other special disciplines. beroep
πŸ”Š 74 professor noun A public teacher of the highest grade in a university or college. professor
πŸ”Š 75 proffer verb To offer to another for acceptance. proffer
πŸ”Š 76 proficiency noun An advanced state of acquirement, as in some knowledge, art, or science. vaardigheid
πŸ”Š 77 proficient adjective Possessing ample and ready knowledge or of skill in any art, science, or industry. vaardig
πŸ”Š 78 profile noun An outline or contour. profiel
πŸ”Š 79 profiteer noun One who profits. profiteur
πŸ”Š 80 profligacy noun Shameless viciousness. losbandigheid
πŸ”Š 81 profligate adjective Abandoned to vice. verkwistende
πŸ”Š 82 profuse adjective Produced or displayed in overabundance. oorvloedige
πŸ”Š 83 progeny noun Offspring. nageslag
πŸ”Š 84 progression noun A moving forward or proceeding in course. vordering
πŸ”Š 85 prohibition noun A decree or an order forbidding something. verbod
πŸ”Š 86 prohibitionist noun One who favors the prohibition by law of the manufacture and sale of alcoholic beverages. verbod
πŸ”Š 87 prohibitory adjective Involving or equivalent to prohibition, especially of the sale of alcoholic beverages. belemmerend
πŸ”Š 88 projection noun A prominence. projeksie
πŸ”Š 89 proletarian noun A person of the lowest or poorest class. proletariese
πŸ”Š 90 prolific adjective Producing offspring or fruit. produktiewe
πŸ”Š 91 prolix adjective Verbose. breedsprakig
πŸ”Š 92 prologue noun A prefatory statement or explanation to a poem, discourse, or performance. proloog
πŸ”Š 93 prolong verb To extend in time or duration. verleng
πŸ”Š 94 promenade verb To walk for amusement or exercise. promenade
πŸ”Š 95 prominence noun The quality of being noticeable or distinguished. prominensie
πŸ”Š 96 prominent adjective Conspicuous in position, character, or importance. prominente
πŸ”Š 97 promiscuous adjective Brought together without order, distinction, or design (for sex). promisku
πŸ”Š 98 promissory adjective Expressing an engagement to pay. promesses
πŸ”Š 99 promontory noun A high point of land extending outward from the coastline into the sea. Promontory
πŸ”Š 100 promoter noun A furtherer, forwarder, or encourager. promotor
πŸ”Š 101 promulgate verb To proclaim. promulgeer
πŸ”Š 102 propaganda noun Any institution or systematic scheme for propagating a doctrine or system. propaganda
πŸ”Š 103 propagate verb To spread abroad or from person to person. propageer
πŸ”Š 104 propel verb To drive or urge forward. aandryf
πŸ”Š 105 propellant adjective Propelling. dryfmiddel
πŸ”Š 106 propeller noun One who or that which propels. skroef
πŸ”Š 107 prophecy noun Any prediction or foretelling. profesie
πŸ”Š 108 prophesy verb To predict or foretell, especially under divine inspiration and guidance. profeteer
πŸ”Š 109 propitious adjective Kindly disposed. genadig
πŸ”Š 110 proportionate adjective Being in proportion. proporsionele
πŸ”Š 111 propriety noun Accordance with recognized usage, custom, or principles. fatsoen
πŸ”Š 112 propulsion noun A driving onward or forward. aandrywing
πŸ”Š 113 prosaic adjective Unimaginative. prozaΓ―sche
πŸ”Š 114 proscribe verb To reject, as a teaching or a practice, with condemnation or denunciation. verbied
πŸ”Š 115 proscription noun Any act of condemnation and rejection from favor and privilege. verbod
πŸ”Š 116 proselyte noun One who has been won over from one religious belief to another. bekeerling
πŸ”Š 117 prospector noun One who makes exploration, search, or examination, especially for minerals. prospekteerder
πŸ”Š 118 prospectus noun A paper or pamphlet containing information of a proposed undertaking. prospektus
πŸ”Š 119 prostrate adjective Lying prone, or with the head to the ground. uitgestrek
πŸ”Š 120 protagonist noun A leader in any enterprise or contest. protagonis
πŸ”Š 121 protection noun Preservation from harm, danger, annoyance, or any other evil. beskerming
πŸ”Š 122 protective adjective Sheltering. beskermende
πŸ”Š 123 protector noun A defender. beskermer
πŸ”Š 124 Protestant noun A Christian who denies the authority of the Pope and holds the right of special judgment. Protestantse
πŸ”Š 125 protocol noun A declaration or memorandum of agreement less solemn and formal than a treaty. protokol
πŸ”Š 126 protoplasm noun The substance that forms the principal portion of an animal or vegetable cell. protoplasma
πŸ”Š 127 prototype noun A work, original in character, afterward imitated in form or spirit. prototipe
πŸ”Š 128 protract verb To prolong. rekken
πŸ”Š 129 protrude verb To push out or thrust forth. uitsteek
πŸ”Š 130 protrusion noun The act of protruding. uitsteeksel
πŸ”Š 131 protuberance noun Something that swells out from a surrounding surface. uitsteeksel
πŸ”Š 132 protuberant adjective Bulging. uitpuilend
πŸ”‡ protuberate verb To swell or bulge beyond the surrounding surface. protuberate
πŸ”Š 134 proverb noun A brief, pithy saying, condensing in witty or striking form the wisdom of experience. spreekwoord
πŸ”Š 135 provident adjective Anticipating and making ready for future wants or emergencies. voorsorg-
πŸ”Š 136 providential adjective Effected by divine guidance. voorsienige
πŸ”Š 137 provincial adjective Uncultured in thought and manner. provinsiale
πŸ”Š 138 proviso noun A clause in a contract, will, etc., by which its operation is rendered conditional. voorbehoudsbepaling
πŸ”Š 139 provocation noun An action or mode of conduct that excites resentment. provokasie
πŸ”Š 140 prowess noun Strength, skill, and intrepidity in battle. bekwaamheid
πŸ”Š 141 proximately adverb Immediately. benaderd
πŸ”Š 142 proxy noun A person who is empowered by another to represent him or her in a given matter. proxy
πŸ”Š 143 prudence noun Caution. omsigtigheid
πŸ”Š 144 prudential adjective Proceeding or marked by caution. omsigtige
πŸ”Š 145 prudery noun An undue display of modesty or delicacy. preutsheid
πŸ”Š 146 prurient adjective Inclined to lascivious thoughts and desires. wellustig
πŸ”Š 147 pseudonym noun A fictitious name, especially when assumed by a writer. skuilnaam
πŸ”Š 148 pseudonymity noun The state or character of using a fictitious name. pseudonymity
πŸ”Š 149 psychiatry noun The branch of medicine that relates to mental disease. psigiatrie
πŸ”Š 150 psychic adjective Pertaining to the mind or soul. psigiese
πŸ”Š 151 psychopathic adjective Morally irresponsible. psigopatiese
πŸ”Š 152 psychotherapy noun The treatment of mental disease. psigoterapie
πŸ”Š 153 pudgy adjective Small and fat. kort en dik
πŸ”Š 154 puerile adjective Childish. kinderachtig
πŸ”Š 155 pugnacious adjective Quarrelsome. veglustige
πŸ”Š 156 pulmonary adjective Pertaining to the lungs. pulmonale
πŸ”Š 157 punctilious adjective Strictly observant of the rules or forms prescribed by law or custom. punctilious
πŸ”Š 158 punctual adjective Observant and exact in points of time. stiptelike
πŸ”Š 159 pungency noun The quality of affecting the sense of smell. skerp van
πŸ”Š 160 pungent adjective Affecting the sense of smell. skerp
πŸ”Š 161 punitive adjective Pertaining to punishment. bestraffende
πŸ”Š 162 pupilage noun The state or period of being a student. pupilskap
πŸ”Š 163 purgatory noun An intermediate state where souls are made fit for paradise or heaven by expiatory suffering. vagevuur
πŸ”Š 164 purl verb To cause to whirl, as in an eddy. tuimeling
πŸ”Š 165 purloin verb To steal. gappen
πŸ”Š 166 purport noun Intent. voorgee
πŸ”Š 167 purveyor noun one who supplies verskaffer
πŸ”Š 168 pusillanimous adjective Without spirit or bravery. lafhartig
πŸ”Š 169 putrescent adjective Undergoing decomposition of animal or vegetable matter accompanied by fetid odors. rottings
πŸ”Š 170 pyre noun A heap of combustibles arranged for burning a dead body. brandstapel
πŸ”Š 171 pyromania noun An insane propensity to set things on fire. Pyromanie
πŸ”Š 172 pyrotechnic adjective Pertaining to fireworks or their manufacture. vuurwerk
πŸ”Š 173 pyx noun A vessel or casket, usually of precious metal, in which the host is preserved. pyxis
πŸ”Š 174 quackery noun Charlatanry kwaksalwery
πŸ”Š 175 quadrate verb To divide into quarters. kwadraat
πŸ”Š 176 quadruple verb To multiply by four. quadruple
πŸ”Š 177 qualification noun A requisite for an employment, position, right, or privilege. kwalifikasie
πŸ”Š 178 qualify verb To endow or furnish with requisite ability, character, knowledge, skill, or possessions. kwalifiseer
πŸ”Š 179 qualm noun A fit of nausea. walging
πŸ”Š 180 quandary noun A puzzling predicament. verknorsing
πŸ”Š 181 quantity noun Magnitude. hoeveelheid
πŸ”Š 182 quarantine noun The enforced isolation of any person or place infected with contagious disease. kwarantyn
πŸ”Š 183 quarrelsome adjective Irascible. bakleierig
πŸ”Š 184 quarter noun One of four equal parts into which anything is or may be divided. kwartaal
πŸ”Š 185 quarterly adjective Occurring or made at intervals of three months. kwartaallikse
πŸ”Š 186 quartet noun A composition for four voices or four instruments. kwartet
πŸ”Š 187 quarto noun An eight-page newspaper of any size. kamer
πŸ”Š 188 quay noun A wharf or artificial landing-place on the shore of a harbor or projecting into it. kaai
πŸ”Š 189 querulous adjective Habitually complaining. klaende
πŸ”Š 190 query verb To make inquiry. navraag
πŸ”Š 191 queue noun A file of persons waiting in order of their arrival, as for admittance. tou
πŸ”Š 192 quibble noun An utterly trivial distinction or objection. verskoning
πŸ”Š 193 quiescence noun Quiet. stilte
πŸ”Š 194 quiescent adjective Being in a state of repose or inaction. statiese
πŸ”Š 195 quiet adjective Making no noise. stil
πŸ”Š 196 quietus noun A silencing, suppressing, or ending. Quietus
πŸ”Š 197 quintessence noun The most essential part of anything. wese
πŸ”Š 198 quintet noun Musical composition arranged for five voices or instruments. kwintet
πŸ”Š 199 quite adverb Fully. baie
πŸ”Š 200 Quixotic adjective Chivalrous or romantic to a ridiculous or extravagant degree. donquichotachtig

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