audio β„– word type definition translation
πŸ”Š 1 surveyor noun A land-measurer. landmeter
πŸ”Š 2 susceptibility noun A specific capability of feeling or emotion. vatbaarheid
πŸ”Š 3 susceptible adjective Easily under a specified power or influence. vatbaar
πŸ”Š 4 suspense noun Uncertainty. spanning
πŸ”Š 5 suspension noun A hanging from a support. opskorting
πŸ”Š 6 suspicious adjective Inclined to doubt or mistrust. verdagte
πŸ”Š 7 sustenance noun Food. lewensmiddele
πŸ”Š 8 swarthy adjective Having a dark hue, especially a dark or sunburned complexion. donker
πŸ”Š 9 sycophant noun A servile flatterer, especially of those in authority or influence. sycophant
πŸ”Š 10 syllabic adjective Consisting of that which is uttered in a single vocal impulse. lettergrepige
πŸ”Š 11 syllabication noun Division of words into that which is uttered in a single vocal impulse. syllabication
πŸ”Š 12 syllable noun That which is uttered in a single vocal impulse. lettergreep
πŸ”Š 13 syllabus noun Outline of a subject, course, lecture, or treatise. leerplan
πŸ”Š 14 sylph noun A slender, graceful young woman or girl. sylph
πŸ”Š 15 symmetrical adjective Well-balanced. simmetriese
πŸ”Š 16 symmetry noun Relative proportion and harmony. simmetrie
πŸ”Š 17 sympathetic adjective Having a fellow-feeling for or like feelings with another or others. simpatieke
πŸ”Š 18 sympathize verb To share the sentiments or mental states of another. simpatiseer
πŸ”Š 19 symphonic adjective Characterized by a harmonious or agreeable mingling of sounds. simfoniese
πŸ”Š 20 symphonious adjective Marked by a harmonious or agreeable mingling of sounds. symphonious
πŸ”Š 21 symphony noun A harmonious or agreeable mingling of sounds. simfonie
πŸ”Š 22 synchronism noun Simultaneousness. synchronisme
πŸ”Š 23 syndicate noun An association of individuals united for the prosecution of some enterprise. sindikaat
πŸ”Š 24 synod noun An ecclesiastical council. sinode
πŸ”Š 25 synonym noun A word having the same or almost the same meaning as some other. sinoniem
πŸ”Š 26 synopsis noun A syllabus or summary. opsomming
πŸ”Š 27 systematic adjective Methodical. sistematiese
πŸ”Š 28 tableau noun An arrangement of inanimate figures representing a scene from real life. tableau
πŸ”Š 29 tacit adjective Understood. stilswyende
πŸ”Š 30 taciturn adjective Disinclined to conversation. stil
πŸ”Š 31 tack noun A small sharp-pointed nail. ryg
πŸ”Š 32 tact noun Fine or ready mental discernment shown in saying or doing the proper thing. tact
πŸ”Š 33 tactician noun One who directs affairs with skill and shrewdness. taktikus
πŸ”Š 34 tactics noun Any maneuvering or adroit management for effecting an object. taktiek
πŸ”Š 35 tangency noun The state of touching. tangency
πŸ”Š 36 tangent adjective Touching. raaklyn
πŸ”Š 37 tangible adjective Perceptible by touch. tasbare
πŸ”Š 38 tannery noun A place where leather is tanned. looiery
πŸ”Š 39 tantalize verb To tease. tantaliseren
πŸ”Š 40 tantamount adjective Having equal or equivalent value, effect, or import. gelykstaande
πŸ”Š 41 tapestry noun A fabric to which a pattern is applied with a needle, designed for ornamental hangings. tapisserie
πŸ”Š 42 tarnish verb To lessen or destroy the luster of in any way. ontluistering
πŸ”Š 43 taut adjective Stretched tight. styf
πŸ”Š 44 taxation noun A levy, by government, of a fixed contribution. belasting
πŸ”Š 45 taxidermy noun The art or process of preserving dead animals or parts of them. taksidermie
πŸ”Š 46 technic adjective Technical. oefening
πŸ”Š 47 technicality noun Something peculiar to a particular art, trade, or the like. tegniese punt
πŸ”Š 48 technique noun Manner of performance. tegniek
πŸ”Š 49 technography noun The scientific description or study of human arts and industries in their historic development. technography
πŸ”Š 50 technology noun The knowledge relating to industries and manufactures. tegnologie
πŸ”Š 51 teem verb To be full to overflowing. wemel
πŸ”Š 52 telepathy noun Thought-transference. telepatie
πŸ”Š 53 telephony noun The art or process of communicating by telephone. telefonie
πŸ”Š 54 telescope verb To drive together so that one slides into the another like the sections of a spy-glass. teleskoop
πŸ”Š 55 telltale adjective That gives warning or information. prater
πŸ”Š 56 temerity noun Recklessness. vermetelheid
πŸ”Š 57 temporal adjective Pertaining to or concerned with the affairs of the present life. temporale
πŸ”Š 58 temporary adjective Lasting for a short time only. tydelike
πŸ”Š 59 temporize verb To pursue a policy of delay. omstandighede loslaat
πŸ”Š 60 tempt verb To offer to (somebody) an inducement to do wrong. versoek
πŸ”Š 61 tempter noun An allurer or enticer to evil. versoeker
πŸ”Š 62 tenacious adjective Unyielding. taai
πŸ”Š 63 tenant noun An occupant. huurder
πŸ”Š 64 tendency noun Direction or inclination, as toward some objector end. neiging
πŸ”Š 65 tenet noun Any opinion, principle, dogma, or doctrine that a person believes or maintains as true. uitgangspunt
πŸ”Š 66 tenor noun A settled course or manner of progress. tenoor
πŸ”Š 67 tense adjective Strained to stiffness. gespanne
πŸ”Š 68 tentative adjective Done as an experiment. tentatiewe
πŸ”Š 69 tenure noun The term during which a thing is held. verblyfreg
πŸ”Š 70 tercentenary adjective Pertaining to a period of 300 years. drie honderdste
πŸ”Š 71 termagant adjective Violently abusive and quarrelsome. feeks
πŸ”Š 72 terminal adjective Pertaining to or creative of a boundary, limit. terminale
πŸ”Š 73 terminate verb To put an end or stop to. beΓ«indig
πŸ”Š 74 termination noun The act of ending or concluding. beΓ«indiging
πŸ”Š 75 terminus noun The final point or goal. terminus
πŸ”Š 76 terrify verb To fill with extreme fear. skrik
πŸ”Š 77 territorial adjective Pertaining to the domain over which a sovereign state exercises jurisdiction. territoriale
πŸ”Š 78 terse adjective Pithy. kortaf
πŸ”Š 79 testament noun A will. testament
πŸ”Š 80 testator noun The maker of a will. testateur
πŸ”Š 81 testimonial noun A formal token of regard, often presented in public. getuigskrif
πŸ”Š 82 thearchy noun Government by a supreme deity. thearchy
πŸ”Š 83 theism noun Belief in God. teΓ―sme
πŸ”Š 84 theocracy noun A government administered by ecclesiastics. teokrasie
πŸ”Š 85 theocrasy noun The mixed worship of polytheism. theocrasy
πŸ”Š 86 theologian noun A professor of divinity. teoloog
πŸ”Š 87 theological adjective Based on or growing out of divine revelation. teologiese
πŸ”Š 88 theology noun The branch of theological science that treats of God. teologie
πŸ”Š 89 theoretical adjective Directed toward knowledge for its own sake without respect to applications. teoretiese
πŸ”Š 90 theorist noun One given to speculating. teoretikus
πŸ”Š 91 theorize verb To speculate. theoretiseren
πŸ”Š 92 thereabout adverb Near that number, quantity, degree, place, or time, approximately. verleentheid
πŸ”Š 93 therefor adverb For that or this. daarvoor
πŸ”Š 94 thermal adjective Of or pertaining to heat. termiese
πŸ”Š 95 thesis noun An essay or treatise on a particular subject. tesis
πŸ”Š 96 thoroughbred adjective Bred from the best or purest blood or stock. volbloed
πŸ”Š 97 thoroughfare noun A public street or road. deurgang
πŸ”Š 98 thrall noun One controlled by an appetite or a passion. slawerny
πŸ”Š 99 tilth noun Cultivation. tekstuur
πŸ”Š 100 timbre noun The quality of a tone, as distinguished from intensity and pitch. timbre
πŸ”Š 101 timorous adjective Lacking courage. bedeesde
πŸ”Š 102 tincture noun A solution, usually alcoholic, of some principle used in medicine. tinktuur
πŸ”Š 103 tinge noun A faint trace of color. skynsel
πŸ”Š 104 tipsy adjective Befuddled with drinks. dronk
πŸ”Š 105 tirade noun Harangue. tirade
πŸ”Š 106 tireless adjective Untiring. onvermoeide
πŸ”Š 107 tiresome adjective Wearisome. vermoeiende
πŸ”Š 108 Titanic adjective Of vast size or strength. Titanic
πŸ”Š 109 toilsome adjective Laborious. zwoegend
πŸ”Š 110 tolerable adjective Moderately good. draaglik
πŸ”Š 111 tolerance noun Forbearance in judging of the acts or opinions of others. verdraagsaamheid
πŸ”Š 112 tolerant adjective Indulgent. verdraagsaam
πŸ”Š 113 tolerate verb To passively permit or put up with. verdra
πŸ”Š 114 toleration noun A spirit of charitable leniency. verdraagsaamheid
πŸ”Š 115 topography noun The art of representing on a map the physical features of any locality or region with accuracy. topografie
πŸ”Š 116 torpor noun Apathy. traagheid
πŸ”Š 117 torrid adjective Excessively hot. brandende
πŸ”Š 118 tortious adjective Wrongful. onrechtmatig
πŸ”Š 119 tortuous adjective Abounding in irregular bends or turns. kronkel
πŸ”Š 120 torturous adjective Marked by extreme suffering. foltering
πŸ”Š 121 tractable adjective Easily led or controlled. soepel
πŸ”Š 122 trait noun A distinguishing feature or quality. eienskap
πŸ”Š 123 trajectory noun The path described by a projectile moving under given forces. trajek
πŸ”Š 124 trammel noun An impediment. sleepnet
πŸ”Š 125 tranquil adjective Calm. rustige
πŸ”Š 126 tranquility noun Calmness. rustigheid
πŸ”Š 127 tranquilize verb To soothe. kalm
πŸ”Š 128 transact verb To do business. transaksies
πŸ”Š 129 transalpine adjective Situated on the other side of the Alps. transform
πŸ”Š 130 transatlantic adjective Situated beyond or on the other side of the Atlantic. transatlantiese
πŸ”Š 131 transcend verb To surpass. bowe
πŸ”Š 132 transcendent adjective Surpassing. transendente
πŸ”Š 133 transcontinental adjective Extending or passing across a continent. transkontinentale
πŸ”Š 134 transcribe verb To write over again (something already written) op skrif te stel
πŸ”Š 135 transcript noun A copy made directly from an original. transkripsie
πŸ”Š 136 transfer verb To convey, remove, or cause to pass from one person or place to another. oordrag
πŸ”Š 137 transferable adjective Capable of being conveyed from one person or place to another. oordraagbare
πŸ”Š 138 transferee noun The person to whom a transfer is made. oordragnemer
πŸ”Š 139 transference noun The act of conveying from one person or place to another. oordrag
πŸ”Š 140 transfigure verb To give an exalted meaning or glorified appearance to. gedaante verander
πŸ”Š 141 transfuse verb To pour or cause to pass, as a fluid, from one vessel to another. oor bring
πŸ”Š 142 transfusible adjective Capable of being poured from one vessel to another. transfusible
πŸ”Š 143 transfusion noun The act of pouring from one vessel to another. bloedoortapping
πŸ”Š 144 transgress verb To break a law. oortree
πŸ”Š 145 transience noun Something that is of short duration. verganklikheid
πŸ”Š 146 transient noun One who or that which is only of temporary existence. verbygaande
πŸ”Š 147 transition noun Passage from one place, condition, or action to another. oorgang
πŸ”Š 148 transitory adjective Existing for a short time only. verbygaande
πŸ”Š 149 translate verb To give the sense or equivalent of in another language or dialect. vertaal
πŸ”Š 150 translator noun An interpreter. vertaler
πŸ”Š 151 translucence noun The property or state of allowing the passage of light. helderheid
πŸ”Š 152 translucent adjective Allowing the passage of light. deurskynende
πŸ”Š 153 transmissible adjective That may e sent through or across. oordraagbare
πŸ”Š 154 transmission noun The act of sending through or across. oordrag
πŸ”Š 155 transmit verb To send trough or across. oordra
πŸ”Š 156 transmute verb To change in nature, substance, or form. transformer
πŸ”Š 157 transparent adjective Easy to see through or understand. deursigtige
πŸ”Š 158 transpire verb To come to pass. blyk
πŸ”Š 159 transplant verb To remove and plant in another place. oorplanting
πŸ”Š 160 transposition noun The act of reversing the order or changing the place of. transposisie
πŸ”Š 161 transverse adjective Lying or being across or in a crosswise direction. dwars
πŸ”Š 162 travail noun Hard or agonizing labor. baar
πŸ”Š 163 travesty noun A grotesque imitation. bespotting
πŸ”Š 164 treacherous adjective Perfidious. verraderlike
πŸ”Š 165 treachery noun Violation of allegiance, confidence, or plighted faith. verraad
πŸ”Š 166 treasonable adjective Of the nature of betrayal, treachery, or breech of allegiance. verraad
πŸ”Š 167 treatise noun An elaborate literary composition presenting a subject in all its parts. verhandeling
πŸ”Š 168 treble adjective Multiplied by three. sopraan
πŸ”Š 169 trebly adverb Triply. trebly
πŸ”Š 170 tremendous adjective Awe-inspiring. geweldige
πŸ”Š 171 tremor noun An involuntary trembling or shivering. bewing
πŸ”Š 172 tremulous adjective Characterized by quivering or unsteadiness. trillend
πŸ”Š 173 trenchant adjective Cutting deeply and quickly. skerp
πŸ”Š 174 trepidation noun Nervous uncertainty of feeling. bewing
πŸ”Š 175 trestle noun An open braced framework for supporting the horizontal stringers of a railway-bridge. onderstel
πŸ”Š 176 triad noun A group of three persons of things. drieklank
πŸ”Š 177 tribune noun Any champion of the rights and liberties of the people: often used as the name for a newspaper. Tribune
πŸ”Š 178 trickery noun Artifice. bedrieΓ«ry
πŸ”Š 179 tricolor adjective Of three colors. driekleur
πŸ”Š 180 tricycle noun A three-wheeled vehicle. driewiel
πŸ”Š 181 trident noun The three-pronged fork that was the emblem of Neptune. Trident
πŸ”Š 182 triennial adjective Taking place every third year. driejaarlikse
πŸ”Š 183 trimness noun Neatness. netheid
πŸ”Š 184 trinity noun A threefold personality existing in the one divine being or substance. Drie-eenheid
πŸ”Š 185 trio noun Three things grouped or associated together. trio
πŸ”Š 186 triple adjective Threefold. driedubbele
πŸ”Š 187 triplicate adjective Composed of or pertaining to three related things or parts. driedubbel
πŸ”Š 188 triplicity noun The state of being triple or threefold. triplicity
πŸ”Š 189 tripod noun A three-legged stand, usually hinged near the top, for supporting some instrument. driepoot
πŸ”Š 190 trisect verb To divide into three parts, especially into three equal parts. trisect
πŸ”Š 191 trite adjective Made commonplace by frequent repetition. alledaags
πŸ”Š 192 triumvir noun One of three men united coordinately in public office or authority. triumvir
πŸ”Š 193 trivial adjective Of little importance or value. triviale
πŸ”Š 194 troublesome adjective Burdensome. lastige
πŸ”Š 195 truculence noun Ferocity. heftigheid
πŸ”Š 196 truculent adjective Having the character or the spirit of a savage. militant
πŸ”Š 197 truism noun A statement so plainly true as hardly to require statement or proof. truisme
πŸ”Š 198 truthful adjective Veracious. eerlik
πŸ”Š 199 turgid adjective Swollen. turgessent
πŸ”Š 200 turpitude noun Depravity. verdorwenheid

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