J oer, complier, man Js, bw. yes, yea ; ay, nay. that has never an opinion of his own. —woord, yam, consent. Jiang trianr, by. huntable. gee', —loon, money for drawing. — lout, flying jib - boom. — 1(in, towing - line. — pad, horsc•path. — schuit, draw - boat, m. cat, gsa ► , stash. tenr, o year, twelvemonth. 'a—a, a year. —boeken, annals. —buckle, annuary. —dicht, chronogram. —fecal, anniversary. —gang, year. —geld, salary, pension, annuity, yearly allowance, --pets;), tilde, season. —Inning, annual revolution, cycle. —markt, fell% —xleutel, enact. —tat, year. —telling,

Waarom is cryptogeld gedecentraliseerd


Tusk (tusk'), o. elagtand. —y, a. met slag. tandem. Tussle, Toilette (tua's1), s. gescharrel, woreteling. Tut (tut), int. Zie Tufa,. Tote! age (tjoe'te-lidzi), a. voogdtj. —ar, —cry, R. bosehermend; bescherrn, Tutor (tjoe'tur), a. voogd; leermeester; repetiteur; gou verneu r. —, v. a. onderri olden ; bort. p en. —age, a. vooletit; leermenstersehap. —ess, s. leermseeteree, gouvernante. —ial, (-to'ri-e)), a. van een' voogd 0 f let.rmeester. —ship, a. gouverneur; eektp. Tatty (tutitih), a. ovengalmel, sublimaat van rink. Twaddle (twod'd1)... & v. n. Zie Twattee. Twaiaa (tween), a. & a. twee, tweeen. Twang (tweng), a. ache! geluid; trilling.; gerekte uitspreak, neustoon. —, v. a. & n. (doea) trillen, anorren; door den news spreken. Twattle ftwot't1), a. gebazel, gekakel. v. n. bazalen, kakelen, kletsen. —r, a. bazelaar, kakelaar. Tweak (twieg), Tweak (twiek), a. kneep; verlegenheid, klein. —, v. a. kntjpen. Tweedie (twie'd1), v. a. each; behandelen; strealen, vleien; verleiden; fiedelen. kraesen. Twee' (twiel), a. & v. a. Zie Twill. Tweezers (twie'zerz), a. pl. haartangetje. Twelfth (twelfth'), a. twaaltda. —day, —lids, driekoningendag. —night, driekoningenavond. —ty, ad, ten twaaltde. Twelve (twelv') a. twaalf. —month, (ook: twer•)t j car. Twent t.th (twen'ti-ith), a. twintigete. —y, a. twintig. Twibil (twarbil), s. hellabaard; breektjzer. Twice (twaja), ad. tweemaal. Twifallow (twarfel-lo), v. a. your de tweede mast omploegen. Twig (twig') a. takje; roede. —, 7. a. met lijmroeden vangen; verechalken. —gy (-gill), a. vol takjes. Twilight (twarlajt), a. sehemerend. a, acheveering. Twill (twill), e. keper; peel, kloa. —, v. a. ke• perm Twin (twin'), a. & s. tweeltng. —born, tweelings- brother, tweelingebroeder. —sister, tweeling... ouster. —, v. n, tweeliveen barer; els tweelin• gen ter wereld 'omen; (front' rich seheiden van; (with) gepaard gaan met. Twine (t", ajn), a. getwijad garen; kronkeling; omhelzing. —, v. a. & n. twijnen, vlechten; (rich) ineen draaien; krovicelen; (etch) verbinden: oinetrengelen, omhelzen (about). Twinge (twiudzj), a. kneep, steak; kwelling. —, v. a. koUpen, steken; kwelien; v. n. sans stekende pija gevoelan. Twink (twtngkl, e. oogwenk, ommezien. Twink le (twing'kt), —hint; (twingknieng), a. oogwenk, ommezien; iiikkering. —le, v. n. kerma glineteren; knipoogen. Twin ling ' (twin'lleng), a. tweelingslam. —nor, s. vader (of neoeder) van tweelingen. —ter, a. tweejarig huiadier.
Phoenix (fl'rithe), toy. Phenix. Phrigan (fria'aji-e), g. Phrygte, a. Phrijgiach; 1. Phrygler. Plcnsrdly (pileer.dih), g. Picardie. Piedmont (pied'munt), g. Piemont. —ese (-iez), 1. Premontces. Pilate (paj'let), in. hiatus. Pindar (pin'dur), m. Pindarus. Plantagenet (lien-ted'sje-nit), or. Piantagenat. Plato (plee'ta). m. Plato. Plelad es (plie'e-diez), —a (pli'edz), my. the —, de Pleiades. Pliny (plin'th). Plutarch (pljoetaark), m. Plutarchus. Plymouth (plim'uth), g. Plymouth. Poland (pn'lenclt. g. Poles, —er, 1. Foal, Polak. Pol e (pool), 1. Pool, Polak. —ish, a. Poolsch. Poll (poll?), —y, f. sour Mary; Mietle, Mie. Poly bins (po lib'i-us), tn. Polybius. —carp (pol'i-kaaro), m. Polycarpos. --hymnia (1.1 g. P olymy. Polyhymnia. —nesia nettle. Punreraaafe (oom-e-ree'nl-e), g. Pommeren. —n, a. Pommersch: 1. Pommer. Pomona (po-mo'ne), my. Pomona. Pomp ell (pum•pi'l-aj), g. Pompey m. Pompejua. Pontefract (porefret), g. Pontefract. Pope (poop), ra. Popo. Pontamemomath (poortemuth), g. Portsmouth. Portug al (poortioe-gel) g. Portugal. —um, (-IOW, a. Portugeesch; 1. Portugece, (de; Portugeezen. Potomac (po-to'mek), g. Potomtio. Prague (PraeK), K. Prang. Praxiteiea. Praxiteles (peeks-it'il-lez), Presect (pree'kut), m. Prescot. Peg area (prayera), m. Primus. —or (or), tn. Prior. Prometheus (prom-PtTes), my. Prometheus. Proserpine (pros'nr-pa a), my. Proserpius. Puoteus (pro'tjoes), m. roteue. Pruasia (prusri-e). g. Praisen. —n, a. Pruisisch. 1. Pruitt. Psyche (sarki), Psyche. Ptolemy (tors-mib), no. Ptolemeus. Puglia (pjoella), Pusey (pjoe'zih), in. Piracy. Pylades (pll'e diet), n.. Pilades. Pyren elan (pir-e-nl'en). a. Pyreneesch. —Ho (piee-niez), g. the —, de Pyrenees'. Pythagoras (pi-theg'ur-ea), m. Pythagoras. Pythia (pith'i-e), my. Pythia. Python (parthun), my. Python.

Wat beinvloedt cryptogeld prijs


Ml 1t-- MID. 533 Merei, V. blalthird. Itliet000r, rn. meteor. ov. w. to moor, to belay, Meter, ..triluthef• 111ialrg , u. marrow; pith, qui ntwoience. —been,—pitp, Rile ter, tn. meantrer,gativr; meter.—ertje \ o.ruler. marrow-bone. —houdend, marzowy. —Pepel„ Mei- gametal, m. --lin, v. companion. —trekker, marrow-lade. —achtig, by. marrow- not twig, v. measuringomeaentement; gauging. like, inarrowy. Met r tell, v. metrics. —itrh, by. nintrierl. m. marl —aorde, rattily earth. —graver., Meteet ear, us. mason, bricklayer; —*Oak, bed; marier. —hail, steen, marl-r.tone. —sknecht. journernati-mvon. v. masonry. —acAtig, be. like marl, marly. —en, DC. W. to —ett, ov. w. to to niche,, to MM., on. w. manure with marl. to to ina,on 's work. — homer, reason 's hot-nicer. lilleiriettaass, in. meridian. —talk, mortar. —steen, brick. —week, masonry, /Reek, o, mark; sign, token. brick-w•rk. Mcrkbatar, be. & bw. perceptible (-oly), visible Olsettnn, v. me. matins. torte — molten, to make ( - bly), obvious Hr. no ceronorty. "emend de -- learn, to chide (to MerkvalUk, be. & bor. Zie Aftnan.ekelltik. ret..uke, to i.,:cture) a. o. neck co, or. w. to 'nark; tie lie•nterken itleAter (toad, be'. indeed, rtally.. in fact. —fiyd, —User, oiarking-iron, — jab', .may kinK-tols. —ha- ow. in time. Ire procetos of time. —woos, biv. torn, marking-cotton, —lop, nampler. —letter, rich --restigen, to fix one 'a abode, to pill up. eignature. —90aald, marking-n
BOR.e.BOL. keeper, bookseller. —hoyden, book-keeping; het itafiaansoh of clubbil —, book-keeping by double entry. —holder, book •keeper, book-linen, stripes. —Meows, literary novelties. —.Mold, book-debt. —Moen, to spell; to write. —verkoo. ping, auction of books; trade-sole. —wick, book, work. —nickel, bookseller 's shop. —worm, bookworm. —engelt, bibliomaniac. —enkanten—twool, library. —eskaat, book-ease. —enkraans, —enstal. belle, book-stall. —enkramer, second-hand bookseller. —enliefkibben—eovriend,amRteur of books. bibliontania. —enlijat, catalogue. —.splash, book-shelf. —enrekje, book stand. —enteral, written language. Boekoi, m. curl, buckle. Book era, ov. w. to book, to enter. —sr, m. one that books. —erV, v. library. —ing, v. booking, entering; —.post, entry. —je, o. little book, pocket-book. Boelliwelt, v. buck-wheat. —en, by. of buckwheat. Boot, m. great many; ale Swede'. m. fit v. lover, concubine; paramour. —age, v, adultery, concubinage. —eerder, m. adulterer. —wen, on. w. to live in concubinage, to fornicate. —siring, v. adultery, concubinage. —gentler, v. adulteress,
adulteress. —breken to commit adultery. .—brekor, adulterer. —trestle, adultery. —genoot, m. husband. consort v. wife, lady, spouse. —keels, nuptial bed, —acheiden, to divorce. —seheiding, divorce. —ataat, married state, matrimony. —verbintettie, —vereeniginge marriage. —ebed, nuptial bed. —*Roden, married people, hu.iband and wife. —elijk, be. ik bw. conjugal (-IA; lawful (-1y),
Pervestiga te (pur-veeti-geet, v. a. nasporen. Petulan ce (pet'joe-lens), —cy, a. dartelheid, (gee'sjun, s. nasporing. uitgelatenheid; onbeschaamdheid. —t, a. —tly, --tion Pervicacl ous (pur-vi•kee'sjusi, a. —ously, ad. ad. liana, uitgelaten, brooddroziken, baldadig; halse,tarrig. —ty (-kes'it-tth), s. halastarrigheid. onbesehaamd. 8. kerkbank; uier. —fellow, kerkPcrwtou. (Pueri-11,), a. doordringbtar, toegan- Pew (pjoe"), buurtnan. —keeper, bezitter eener vaste plasts. kelijk (to). —ness, a. doordringbearheid. bankers —opener, bankontsluiter. —, v. a.a.van Pesade (pa zaad"), a. steigering. stovenzet1Pessintis in (pes'si•mizm), a. pessimiAnus. —t of kerkstoelen voorzien. —woman, ater. (-misV, a. pessimist. (pi'wit), a. kievit, hop. pewet P Pest (pest"), a. pest. —h ouse, pesthuis. Pewter (pjoe'tur), a. tin, spiauter; tinuen hubsPester (pes'tur), v. a. verontrusten, verwarren; re ad. —er, s. tinnegteer. kwellen. —er, s. kweller, plaaggeest. -out, a. alt nop (op taken). P euity hinderlijk, lastig.
Krnnk, bv. ill, indisposed, dizeand, sick. —bed, with currants. —eukakker, punctilious person crazy, mad. —hoof- coward ; close-fieted fellow. eick-bed. —hoofdig, craziness, madness. —eine Keep (Ozer, 0. crisping-iron. —pee, ov. w. to digheid, madhouse, crisp. nige, madman; —ngestieht, Krenk, v. —el, v. fold, wrinkle, rumple, crumple, lunatic asylum, bedlam. Kiranke, m. & v. patient, sick parson. —nbezoek, pucker. —elen, —en, or. & on. w. to wrinkle, to rumple, to crumple, to pucker, to ruffie. visit to a patient. —nbezoeker, comforter. —nbe—elig, be. crumpled, ruffled. —er, m. rumpler, zorger, overseer of an initreaery. —nbewaareter, erompler, ruiner. —ing, v. rumpling, crumpling, nurse. ruffling. Kraal& held. v. —te, v. illness, indisposition, Kreutlers, on. w, to groan, to whimper. eich disease, sicaoess. Kraus, m. wreath, garland; cornice, festoon; t. w. (can) to care, to mind. chaplet; circle, club, society. — kruid, sweet Krenpei, be. cripple, lame. — loopen, to halt. —beach, ticket, copse. —gra., knot-grass. —boat, marjoram. —lijat, cornice. —werk, festoons. —en. underwood, — riins, doggerel - rhyme. — achtig, ha. or. w. to wreathe, to garland. o. circle, somewhat lame. —held, v. crippleness, lamene.s. club, society. Kraut, v. newspaper, gazette, paper. —enberieht, Krene„ v. notch, cross-groove; core. advertiserneht, newspaper - report, — endruhker, Keevel, v itch, itching. —en, ov. w. to itch, to prick. —kruld, —sand, herb (seed) that causes are printer of a newspaper. —endruaerii, newspaperprinting-office. —enjongen, news - boy. —eniezer, itching. —fag, v. iich, itchinr. reader of a newspaper. —enntan, news-man. —en- Keib , v. manger, crib ; shrew, scold. —werk, bavtn. nreuws, news, newspapeereports. Kceibbe„ v manger, crib. —bijten, to have the Keep. v. madder ; clesp ; pork 'a eteak. Kresp. Xrapies, bw. closely ; tightly; narrowly, tick. --biter, crib-champing horse, crib-biter; crabbed (peevish, irritable; person. —bigster, scarcely, sparingly. —kat, shrew, scold, irritable woman. Kraig. by. hale, vigourous. brisk. Krebbelen, ov. w. to scrawl, to scribble; on. Kens, kris en —, by all that is holy. w. to be always quarrelsome. %erne., v. scratch. —Nen, on. w. to scratch, to scrape ; to croak; to spatter. —get, pocket-hole. Krlbb ere, on. w. to be peevish, — cross ; to --rjzer, worm. —her, m. scratcher, scraper; worm; quarrel. — ig, by. peevish, froward, irritable, fretful. —igheid, v. peevishness, fretfulness. sorry fiddler. Kraal, o. hindpart, movable hack (of a cart, etc.). Kriebel en, on. w. to itch, to prick. —schrift, cramped writing. Krtiter, m. creter. Kinney, v. scratch, —el, nil. crooked fork, cramp. Kriek„ a. cricket; black cherry, —eboom, blackiron ; nail, clutch, paw. —en, cv. w. to scratch; cherry-tree. Krleken, on. w. to dawn. —, o. day-break, scratcher; —liter, v. to rebuke; to extort. —er, m. dawn. reviler; extortioner. o. trash, Kriel, 111. & a. dwarf, pigmy, shrimp. Krentonr, 0. creature. stuff, refine, outshot. —haan, guinea-cork; —hen, Kreb, v. Zie Krib. openen guinea-hen zie KrIeltje. —, ha. petulant, wanKradiet„ o. credit; trust ; esteem. een on. w. to swarm, to crowd, to be full letter of ton. —en, bfj, to lodge a credit with. —brief, of. —held, v. petulance. wantonness. —tje, o. credit. Kireelt, m. lobster; crab; cancer. —engang, crab 's small chicken of a small breed. walk ; den — gaan, to go backwards. —sdieht, Kriernel sae, m. —aareter, v. trifler, sluggard; haggler. —en, on. w. to lounge, to idle; to hagpalindrome. --soog, crab 'a eye. —ssehaar, claws gle. --ig, by. sluggish, slow. of a oobster. Kreek, v. creek, cove, bay. Krieuveel, v. itch, itching. —en, on. w. to itch, Kroel, v. lace, edging, galloon, —en, ov. W. to to prick. —ing, v. itch, itching. Krieael, v. (tiny) bit, little. !ace, to edge. Kr1,10e, m. war. — voeren, to make (to wage) war. Kreet, m. cry, outcry, shriek. —voerend, belligerent, at war, engaged in war. Kregel, by. & bw. fretful ( - 13, CrOhS (Ay). peevish peevish kop, —zoehtig. warlike. — a - tin eam.),—artskei, article ar,Fcry ( - ily), crabbed ( - 1y). — of war; —bonier, —vaan, banner; — basuin. — Ma per,on. crab. --heid, v. fretfulness, croseness, raca, —trompet. war-trumpet ; —bedrijf, —daad, pevie,hlierm. — iy, ho. Zie Kregel. —igheid. v. feat of arms, exploit, achievement, warlike acZie Krogelheld. tion; —behoeften, —voorraad, ammunition ; —be. K retie, m. circle. —Orievert, circular letters. leid. tactics, military talent ; —betide, troop ; ra. cricket. —en, on. w. to chirrup. —bode, herald; —boutokettet. engineering, fortifiKrssrg, o. carrion. cation ; —bouwicundige, —bouterneester. engineer; Kering on, ov. & on. w. to careen, to heel, to —deugd, military virtue, heroism; —dieeet, give topping to ; to bend sideways ; to higgle. mervice ; —eed, military oath ; —eer, mili—lag, v. careening, heeling. tary honor; —fakkel, torch of war; —gebrizik, cusKrenk en, or. w. to hurt, to grieve, to mortify, tom of war; —gedruisch, —rumoer,tclamor (din, 1,, 'offend. to prejudice, to !More. --end, by, oftumult) of war; --geluk. chances of war, military fensive, hurtful, (to). — er, m. offender. injurer. success; —gereedsehap, inetruments'of war, — ing, v. grieving; grief, offence ; mortification. K re n t, v. currant. —enbrood,—enkoek, bread (cake) warlike implementfo—geroep,war-cry,war-whoop;
Stark (sta-wk'), a. —ty, ad. sterk, stiff, vol, lou• Staunch (statint0), a. die Stanch. ter, erg. —, ad. gelieel, volallgoa. steke• Stave (steer';, R. duig, steer; couplet; notenbalk. blind. — mad, stapelgek. — naked, spiarnaakt. — wood, kwaoste boom; bitterhout. v. a. i. Star less (istaaeieseu, a. mierrenloos. — like, a. dnigen (off) afkeeren; opsehorten. ate , actitig; seshiera.e, — ling, a. eprentw; Staves (stress';, s. pl. van Stair en Stave. beaker.

(sektip 0 p s4e ienn (skip'), o rozia wij:ioevues,;.sp,rtirinveg ri,mu ; zuster. --in - law, s e hoonzuster Skip Sister t u r v. a. zusterschsp. — ly, a. zustertbk. , — hood overelsAn, (o,eri; v. n. springen, huppelen. —per, Slit (sit) [sat], v. a. zetten; v. n. zitten; bi.Geden. (down) gaan zitten, zich vergenoegen. lout) znndrr a. springer; wildzang; sehIpper. --ping .rope, opzlicren, zich orichtert;ophluven.1 springtonw. work On. (up) Skirmish iskuemixj). seliermutseling,— v. n. Site laajt). s. ligging; pleirje• sehermntselen. — er, schermutselaar. Sithe (KOTA), a. coin. IsSkk re tre(t.du (,skrit, r;r i . ), po itnd aili,ker B , rizittiels. lip, rand, zoom, Slit er (mit'tur), a. titter; broeietide vogel. a. a. hot zitten; broeiNg; zitting. a. gclegen,; grens; id), v. a. boorden, omzoomen; zijn ( e't Slit.. to (sttloe-et)„ ,gasn) op den k'ot van. Itggend. — lion (-ee'sjun), 8. 11 , r4ing; toestand. Shix (mike), a. zoo. —fold, • 7,4“ntdi2,.. — pence., a.' Skit (skit' r, s. liehtekoolu scbitr, pacbent; gel; von, \vendee'. — tish, a. —tiably, art. sehn w,sehichtig; zesstuivermuk. --score, a. !,on.ierdtwintig. — teen waft; wispett.urig, grillig. — tiehness, a. schuw(-tien), R. zestien. — teenth ( tienth), a, lestiende. hold; a. hnid; •iepelturigheld; wonderillkheid. -th. R. — this, ad. (ten) zesde. —60,1 Skill les (skietiz), s. pl. kegels; kegelepel2 zestig. zestIgste. St. note (risfzibl), a. van beltnprlilke (aarrzien- Skulk (skolk), v. n. — er, s. Zie t0 — er. lijke; grrotte. —or (-er), a. gering student. —e Skull (skull"), s. sehedel. —cap, iraiotje, stormhoed. Zie Scull. (sajz), a. grootte., ornvang; formaat, !ralther; Ce - etalte; mast; oandcel; geaeldheid; lijrn-, gam- Skunk (skunk), s, stinkdier. water; kaikmelk. — e (aajz),c . a op d,jutRie ,n Rat Sky (rskan, a. lueht, oitspansel. —color, a. —colored, R. hemeisblanw.--lark, veldleenwerik. men; met kalknwik branzen; ijken; gommen, itt ,ry , matrozenpret. — light, vallicht; dakraarn, (sajid), a. von—. grootte. bestrijken, (ontaren. — rocket, vilurpij — seraper, — sail.klap— el (mar& , a. arval van zilveren muntplaten. mots —ey (-Au, P. heinelmeh, etherisch. -iness ( zi-ness), a. lijmigheid, SI.5) (e1t,e' , ,, a. pleat; steenen Out; huitenplank. a. lijmig, kleverig. --line, hanepoot. --bar, a. R. bekwij ten, bernorsen; a. 11. si,sen. Sizzle v n. kwii I en, slobberen. --beret (-bur-r• r), a kwijiSkein iskeenl, a, Zie Skein. b,s;.oelttar; domkop, Sknte (skeet'), s mchaots; rtsg. —, v. n.schaatsen (-biness). lueverigheld; niorsigheid; vechtighetd. — by, a. rijden. —r, s. seharasenrij der. kleverig; morsir,; vochtig. Skean (skien), a. long men, dour. Slack !slog'), a, —1y, Ad, slap, ion; traag. — en Skeel (skiet), s. melkhak, koelhak. tslek'n), v. a. & it, tvatsten; (door) yerniappen, Skeet (skiet), a. seheepmgieter. a. kjeine yveorrfizauiffi weenTr: ,,, ,e,r,,,m‘ ierhid,rn ereorn a; ikv,e.rt_rangese.,,u; ay.erszlaa;lh,teehnt 'keg (skeg'), R. aleepruim. —per calm. lashed traagheld; Achteloosheid. Skein (sheen), a. kluwen, strong. Shag (slew, metsalschnim. Skeleton (skere. tun), s. geraarnte. a. klap, !slant.Shake (sleek). v. o. le ,,chen; blueschen; data be Skelp ti,r,n. Sketch (sketsj),m.schets, —, v. a. selsetser (out). Skew iskjoe'1, a. scheef, schuirmeh. —, v, a. Slam (stem), s. cleat, clam (in 't whistspell. v R. d ielitsmi) ten, -- erslaaii; brent trinkets. schuinm atinzien; v. n. scneergsan. —er,s• Shanties' (alsan';tur). a. looter; sehande. v, a, pen. —er, v. A. met pennon vuusteken. belosteren; beschimpen. e. latteraar. —ous, Skid (skid), a. remkettiwg; wrijfhout. jam,riuk. Skiff (skiff), a. hootje. —, v. a. in een bootje over Slang (along), s. dieventsol. settee. a. 'flank. Skilful (skilloel), a. —/v, ad. ervven. bedre7en Shank (slengk), s. zeegras. Slant (slaant'), —ing, sehui,,,h; &rare; Lel. tat. in). — ness, a. ervarenheid, bedre venheid. lend. v . a. & n. schninsch !ached, ltellend) Skill (skill!), 8. ervarenheld, hennim.bedr , ve.nheid. R. on- makers Iworden). —wise, ad. schuirs, scheef„ — ed (Akii(1), a. ervar,n, bedreven (in). --ran, overdwars. ervaren, onbedreven. Slap (slap'), s. Map, slag. —,ad. & int, flap ! Skitlet (shir111), a. ketelija. v. rt. Ma.. —dash, ad. censklsps. Skim (alttrri'l, v. r.. afsehuirrien; ofroomen; si, cliep- pen; ,n r iike Dn, arthraken; V. n. voorbijzweven; Slash (RieElb, R. tin,fte, joap; seheur. —, v. a. an jiafgeroomde me!.k. den, hGuwen; v. n. om sick been sloan. (orer) overheen glfidets. minas Sintris (sletej), a. bocht in een totem, ; viattg; korte — m. arschnimer; sehitimspaan. — neer, brie, 'el. — pencil., griffel. --quarry,leiSl(allielrifitn)7),Ps1-.h'ueildTv11..—ba//,drulikersbal.—d.rep, Sterie groef. —roof, leien risk. v a. met leien dekken. — flint, vrek, woekerissr —wool, opperilakkig. —r, m. leidekker. doode \vol. —, v. a. villen; net eene hold bedek- Slat ter (slet i tur), v. n. slordig (monlg) gekleed (over) ken; v. n. eene htlid bekomen goAn. Skink Is:ring's), 8. drsnk.—. v. a. inachenken. Stilts less ,slanness), R. zonder (den von) hold. Slattern (sleeturn). s. slons, morsebel. —, v. a. veralnusen; verwaarloozen. y, t. & ad. slordig, —fled (skind), R. gevild; met ease,— held; leder- morsig; aubteloos. achtlg. --nor, a. viller; velieukooper. — nineae a.leirtehtlg. (-ni-ness), s. velligheid; mager:iet.t. --op, R. vel- Sinty Slaughter (slan'tnr),m.slaehting,bloedbad,man—, lig; mager.
men. —er, s. bealaglegger. ..-t, a. gerechteitia bealag.. Distress (dis-trees'), a. ellende, rampapoed, nood; in-bee.ag•nerrang. v a. in ellende(000d) dompelen; in beslag nemen. —fat, a. —fully, ad. rampspoedig; ellendig. —iny,a. kwellend, treurig. Distribut e (dia-tribloet), v. a. ultdeelen. —er, a. uitdeeler. —ion (-tijoe'ejun), s. uitdeeling. —ire, a. —ively, ad. uitdeelend. District (die'trikt), a. rechtegebitd, distrikt, Distrust (die - trust), a. wantrourven. — , v. a. wantrouwen. —ful, R. —fully, ad. wantrouwig. —fulness, s. wantrouwigheid. Disturb (dis-turb), v. a. verontrusten, storen, verwarren. —ance, a. opschucling; storing; verwarring. —er, a. veratoorder. Disunion (dis-joen'jun), a. reheiding; oneenigheid. Disunit e (dig-Joe-112M, v. a. vaneen seheieten;

Wat is gratis Crypto


drtkparaten gelegd; dakpanvormig; uitgehold. —tion (-kee'sjun), s. dakpanvormige bedekk.ng; uithoiling. I mbr °RM. (im-broorjo), a. verwarring. Imbrown (im-braaun'), v. a. bruin maken; verduisteren. Imbrue (im-broe"), v. a. indoopen; weeken. Iraabrute (im-broet"), v. a. & n. verdierlijken. (im-bjoe'k, v. a. verven, doen doortrekken; 1 Mb doordringen, inprenten (with). motto ble (im'i-tibl), a. navolghaar. —bility(-tebil'it•tih), a. nevotgbaarbeid. —te (-teet), v. a. navolgen, nabootsen. —lion (-tee'sjun), a. navelging, nabootsing. —tire (•tee-tiv), a. navolgend; (of) nagebootat. —tor (-tee-tur), a. navolger, nabootser. ad. onbeImmaculate (im-mek'joe-let), a. vlekt. —netts, a. vlekkeloosheid. onameedbaar; onhaudelbaar. Intruanaele (im-men'ikI), v. boeien. Humane (tm-mean'), a. —ly, ad. monsterachtig. Imman epee (im'me-nens), a. inwr. ning. —ent, a. lnwonend, aanklevend. —ity (-men'it-tih), a. woeatheid, barbaarsehheid. Imeuartial (im-masesjel), a. onkrijgshaftig. Immask (im-maask'), v. a vermommen. 1 m atch able ( im-metsj'ibl), a. onvergelijkelijk. Immaterial (im-me-tt'ri-el), a. —/y. ad, onstoffelijk; onbelangrijk, onversehillig. —ity ( el'it-lib), —Ness, a. onstoffetijkheid; onbelangrijkheid. Immatur a (im-me•tjoeri, a. —ely, ad. onrijp; ontijdig. —emu, —ity, a. onrijpheid ;on t3j digheid. Immeasurft tile (im-meejoe-ribij, —bly, ad. onmeetbaar; onmetelijk. ImmeehanIcal (im-me-ken'ikl), a. onwerktuionwerktuigkundig. s. onmiddellijke 'moved' acy macht, zelfstandigheid. —ate, a. —ately, ad (-et.), onmiddellijk. —atenes (-et.), a. onmiddelltikheid. Immadlcable (im-med t-kibl), a. ongeneealijk. I m mem or able (-im-mem'ur-ribl), a. ongedenkwaardig. —ial, a. --Tally, ad. (-me-moil-el-), onheugeliik; Binds onheugelijke tijden. ad. onmetelijk. immens a (im-mens" ► , a. —ity, a. onmetelijkheid. —urability (-joe-re bill' it-tih), a. onmeetbaarbeid. —arable, a. —urably, ad. (-joe-ribl-), onrneetbaar. Immer ge (im-murdzy), —se (-murs'), v. a. in-, onderdompelen. —sed (-morsel, a. (in) verzonken, begraven. —sion (-mur'sjiin), s. indompeling; (het) verzonken zijn; overstelping. Immesh (im-meal'), v. a. Zie to Enmesh. Immethodical (Im-me-thod'ikl), a. —ly, ad. zonder plan, ongeregeld. —nets, a. ongeregeldheld, verwardheid, Immigr ant (im'migrent), a. landverhuizer. —ate (-greet), v. n. in een laud trekker, —ation (-gree' ejun), a. intrekking. Imanin ence (im'cni-nens), a. dreigend gevaar. —ent, a. dreigend, nakend. Immingle (im-ming'g1), v. a. inmengen. Imminution (im-mi-njoe'sjun), a. vertbindering. Immix elbIllly (im-mis-si-bil'it tib), a. onvermengbaarheid. —eible (•rnia'sibl), a. ouvermeng- 

cryptogeld 101 podcast


526 race, lazy person, sluggard, idler. —bakken,—baisex, to be lazy, to idle. —lab, sluggard, bedPreeser. —lakken, to idle, to lie a-bed till broad day. —ledi.c, very lazy. —lekkerland, Cocagne. —images, scrubbing-brush (with a long stick); transom, sweep, leefang lLuiti, bv, & bw. loud (.1y). m. soar — nun, according to the tenor of. —keels, aloud, with a loud voice. by. & bw. noisy (-11y), noisiness, clamor, ' ciamorous (-ly). —rachtigheid, ciamoroutnees. Luigi en, or. & oa. w to ring, to sound, to run, to purport. —er, m. ringer. —sag, v. Tinging, sounding. Euler), ov. & on. w. ens. Zte Leiden, ens. Luier, v. swaddling-cloth. —peed, child•bedlinen. —korf, —mend, child-bed-basket, childbed-linen. lLuieren, on. W. to idle, to loiter. v, penthouse. —schrift, intcription on a penthouse. Luihead, v. laziness, idleness ; sloth. Luilt, o. shutter; hatch; trap-door. —gat, scuttle. —ring, hutch ring. Lulken, ov. w. to abut, to close. Luint, v. humor, cue: whim, freak. in eene goede — skin, to he in spirits, to be of good cheer. is eene kwade zijn. to ace out of humor (aorta), to be in the mumps. —ig, by. & bw. humorous (Ay); sehrijeer, humorist. —igheid, v. humorOilenella, humor. Luipaard, m. leopard. ',nip an, (on. w. to leer, to sneak. —erd, in. sneaker, hypocrite. Lulls, v. louse. —keg, tatterdemalion, mean fellow, reseal. —kruid, lice-bane. —sickle, lousy disease Culater„ m. splendor, lustre, glows. —risk, by. & ha. splendid Op, Mastro. (-Iy), sumptuous (-1y), magnificent (Ay). ILstister ear, us. listener, eaves-dropper. —en, ov, w. to whisper; on. w. to listen, to hearken; (near) to listen to, to obey; near het veer to answer the helm. —seherg, —vast, Wee hearing. —rink, eaves-dropper. —rinken, to eavesdrop. Lute, v. lcte. op de — speten, to play on thelute. lute.caae. —maker, lete-maker. —sneer, lute-etring. —.pet, playing on the lute. —speeltiter, —.peter, lute-ptayee, lutist. Yauitenent, Tn. lieutenant. — ter see, lieutenant of the marines. —adrniraal, lieutenant-admiral.


445 —masa, —revel, regimen, diet. —wear, —waren, eatables, victuals, provisions. —stet., v. Zie Eter. Easily, v. century, age. —feed, jubilee. —jaar, secular year, jubilee. —wet, secular game. —rang, secular song. Etnawlg, by. & bw. eternal (-ly); perpetual (-1Y). —depend', everlasting. perpetual. —held, v. eternity; van — tot —, for ever and ever. Effeetan. o. mv . stocks, public fund.. —leers, stock •exchange. stock-market. —haute, stookjobbing.—itandaaar,stock-jobber. —houder,stockbolder. —srakelaar, stock-broker. Ellen, by. even, level, fiat, smooth; plain, concolor; grave, demure; cleared, settled. — stieje, revise grave-airs. —en, ov. w. to make even, to level, to smooth; to clear, to settle. —heid, v. evenness, smoothness; plainness; gravity,demure-ing, v. levelling; setting. Eg, v. harrow. —balk, harrow-beam. —amid, edgetool-maker. —tend, tooth of a harrow. Egel, m. hedge-beg. Egelaatler, m, eglantine, sweet-brier. —bloom, —root, eglantine, eog.rose. Egg a, v. harrow; edge. —en, ov. w. to harmw. —er, nt. harrower. Eggerlg, be. acid, sour. sharp; blunt. —held, v. acidity, sourness; bluntness. Egglg, be. set on edge. Egging, v. harrowing. Ego Isms, o. egotism, —sat, m. egotist. —istieek, be. egotistical. El, taw. ah I indeed ! prithee! pray! El, o. egg. tech! —, boiled egg, rats-egg. run --, addled egg. —even, o. rev. eggs; spawn (ran clack), —road, ter. & o, oval. --rot, choke•fte.l. —eornsig, oval, egg-shaped. —wit, white of an egg, glair. —witten, ov. w. to glair. —witetof, albumen. Elér loop, m. —sous, egg-sauce. —dop,—eekaal, egg-shell. —dople, egg-cup. —leanest, oviduct. —kook, fritter, omelet. —koker, egg-boiler, eggcotter. —trooper, egg-man. —brans, —atok, ovary. —leggend, oviparous. —lepatje, egg-spoon. —1)jat, cadger. —mind, egg- basket. —neje net to boil eggs in. praise, horse-plans. —rek, egg•rack. —stok, ovary. —ntruif, custard. —vrosw, egg-woman. Eiger', be. own, proper, (the) very same; peculiar; accustomed, natural, innate; familiar. rich maken, to make one's self conversant with. Elgenaar, m owner. proprietor. Etigesinarilgi, be. & bar_ peculiar (-1y), proper (•Iy), natural (-Iy). —e apreektotise, —heid,v. peculiarity, particulvity; idiotism. Elgenaree,y. owner, proprietress. Eisen bunt, v. selfishness, self-interest. —batig, by. self-interested. Elgenbehaagnlk, by. self-conceited. Elgenbelang, o. self interest, personal interest. —oockend, selfish. —cooker, selfish person. Elgendons, m. property, possession. —areoht, right of possession; letterkindig —, copy-right. —stelbk, by. peculiar, proper. —melülcheid, v. peculiarity, property. ElivendunkolUk, by. & bw. arbitrary (-sly). hairs, v. arbitrariness.

—atioue (-tee'sjus), —ative (-pjeele-tiv), a. twistziek; redetwiatend. Dispute (dis-pjoet), s. woordenwiseeling; twist. —, v. a. betwisten; v. n. tt, igen. —lest, a. onbetwistbaar. —r, s. twistredenaar. Disqualif ication (dis-kw01-if-ti-kee'sjun), a. onbevoegdheid. —y (-kwori-faj), v. a. onbevoegd waken. Disquiet (dia-kwarit), a. onrust. —, a. —1y, ad. rusteloos; ongerust. —, v. a. verontrusten; kwellen. —er, a. verontruster. —neat, —ude (-tjoed), e. onrust, ongeruetheid. Disquisition (dis-kwi-zierun), a. onderzoek, navorsching. Disregard (die-re-gaardl, a. minachting. —, v. a. minachten, veronachtzamen. —ful, a. —fully, ad. minachtend, veronachtzamend. Disrelish (thz-rel'isj), s. P.fkeer, waig. —, v. a. niet lusten- afkeer hebben van. Disreput able (dis.reploe-tibl), a. —ably, ad. berueht onfatsoenlijk. —ation (tee'sjun) , —e 1-re-pjoet'), a. kwade naam; schande; oneer. Disrespect (die-re-speet'), a. oneerbiedigheid —, v. a. oneerbiedig behandelen. —ful, a. —fully, ad. oneerbiedig. Disrobe (diz-roob'), v. a. ontkleeden; ontblooten. Disruption (die-rup'sjun), a. vaneenscheuren. Dissatist action (dis-set-ie-fek'sjun), a. ontevredenheid, onvoldaanheid. —aetory, a. onvoldoend. —y (-set'is-faj), v. a. onbevredigd laten, niet vcldoen. Dissect (die.s-ekt'), v. a. ontleden. —ible, a. ontleedbaar. —ion (-sek'sjun), a. ontleding. —or, e. ontleder. Disseiz e (die-siez' t, v. a. nit het bezit etooten. —ee s. die nit het bezit geatooten is. . —in, a. wederreebtelijite berooving. —or, a. die iemand ult het bezit stoot. Disseanbl ance (din-sem'blena), a. verschil. —e (-sem'b1), v. a. veinan, vertrclen; v. n. huichelen. —er (-sem'blur), s. veinzer. —ing, a. —inglY ad. huiehelachtig. Dif,sen.ina te (dis-semi-neet), v. a. verspreiden. —tion (-nee'sjun), s. veropreiding. —tor, a. verapreider. Dissensi on (dis-een'sjun), a. oneenigheid, verdeldheid. —out I-ejus), a. twistziek. Dissent Idis-sent'), a. verschil van gevoelen; arscheiding. —, v. n. in meaning verschillen; zich atscheiden. —aneout (-tee'ni-us), a. afwijkend, tegenetrijdig. —er, s. andersgezinde; algescheidene. —tent (-sen'sjent), a. verechilland. Dissertation (din-sur-tee'sjunl, a. verhandeling. Disserve (die-surv'), v, a. ondienst doer; benadeelen. Disservice (dis-sur'vis), a. ondienat, nadeel. —able, a. ondienstig. Dissever (die-eev'ur), v. a. vaneen acheiden —ance, a. echeiding. Dissiden ce (dis'81-dens► , a. oneenigheid. —t, a. oneenig. Dissillent (die-mil'jent), a vaneen eprIngend. Ulssimll ar (die-rsim'i-ler), a. ougeltjk. —arity 1-ler'it-tih)„ —itude (411-tjoed), a. ongeltilcheld. Dlaelmislation (die-slm-joe-lee'sjun), a. veinzert,


One issue discussed is if Erasmus is helping to generate more European solidarity. A study carried out by the European Commission in 2010, shows that participating to Erasmus strengthens tolerance. Another issue is whether Erasmus enables the mixing of Europeans.[32] For example, more than a quarter of Erasmus participants meet their life partner through it and participation in Erasmus encourages mobility between European countries.[33] Most young people had a strong European identity before participating in the Erasmus program. In fact, for these young people, the Erasmus experience makes them even more European, but the research showed no evidence that taking part in the Erasmus programme would lead to revolutionary changes in students' political views.[34]

Heeft Ebay accepteren Bitcoins

×