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TRA. — PRI.

over muziek en kunst —, to talk music and art ; li|| kan mooi —, he lias a smooth and oily tongue; he knows how to fawn and flatter; kunnen — nis pater Brugman, to have the gift of the gab; Je hebt mooi —, Je kr()gt het toch niet, it is in vaiu for you to talk, you shau 't have it; —er, 111. talker, chatterer, prater; —er)), v. talk, chat, tittle-tattle.

Prat held, v. pride, arrogance; —ten, on. w. to l'ret; to be proud to boast (of); to be irresolute, to hesitate ; —ziekte, consumption.

I'rauw, v. (Indian) boat.

Prealabel, bv. previous; de — e kwestie •tellen, to move thé previous question.

Prebende, v. prebend.

Precies, bv. & bw. precise (-ly), exact (-ly);

— om hall' negen, at half past eiglit precisely (sliarp); hy is zeer —, he is very exact; —very particular; zijn hoed past heui —, hls hat fits him to a T. (to a tittle; to a nicety); de biefstuk is — gaar, the rump9teak in done to a turn.

Predestinatie, v. predestination.

Predicaat, o. predicate; title.

Predik ant, in. preacher, minister, parson, clergyman, vicar; — splaats, living, cure ; —swoning, manse, vicarage ; —«tie, v. sermon.

Predik en, ov. & on. w. topreach; —ambt, itiinistry; —beurt, service, duty; turn to preach ; —dienst, service of the church; —heer, Dominican; —stoel, pulpit; —er, m. preacher; de —, Ecciesiastes; —ing, v. preaching.

Preek, v. sermon; preachment; —en, ov. & on. w. to preach t —manier, — styl, — trant, —\v|jze, manncr ofpreaching;—stoel, pulpit; —er, m. preacher.

Preler eeren, ov. w. to prefer(to);—ent, bv. preferable (to); —ente aaudeelcn, preferred shares.

Prei, v. leek.

Prelaat, m. prelate; —schap, o. prelacy.

Premie, v. premium; prize, prime; assurantie —, insurance-money ; — tot aanmoediging vau de suikercultuur, sugar bounty.

Prent v. print, cut, engraving ; —enboek, picture-book ; —enkraam, —eiiwinkel, print-shop; —enverkooper, print-seller; —en, ov. w. to imprint (a thing on one's memory); —verbeelding, figuring in print, print-flgure.

Preseniiing, v. tarpawling ftarred canvass).

Present, o. & bv. present; iemand iets

— geven, to make one a present of a thing; to present one with a thing ;—exemplaar, presentation copy; hy kreeg het —, he was given it; he was presented with it; he received it a9 a present; —abel,bv. presentatie ; decent; —eeren, ov. w. to present; to offer as a present; iets te huur —eeren, to offer for hire; wees zoo goed my aan hem te — eereu, please to introducé me to

him; be so kind as to present me to him; —eer hem een stoel en een sigaar,

offer him a seat and a cigar.

Presideeren, ov. & on. w. to preside, - over, to be in the chair, to lead.

President, m. president, chairman, speaker ; —schap, o. presidentship, presidency.

Pres seu, ov. w. to press (into the service); —gang, press-gang ; —meester, recruitingofficer; —sant, urging, urgent; — se-papier, paper-weight; —ser, m. presser; —»ing, v. pressing; —sie, pression; —taiit, (iiiuz.), head-stop, diapason (of un organ); —tige, prestige, influence.

Pret, v. pleasure, fun ; — hebben, — maken, to make nierry, to merrymake; —maker, merry grig, reveller.

Pretendent, m. pretender.

Prettig, bv. & bw. amusing (-ly).pleased (-ly), funny (-ly); —heid, v. pleasautness.

Preutel aar, m. grumlder; —aarster, v. grumbling woinan ; • girl; —en, on. w. to boil; to grunible; —ig, bv. grumbling, peevish; —ing, v. grumbling.

Preutftdi, bv. & bw. prudish (-ly), demure, coy, reserved (-ly); —heid, v. prudery, reservedness, coyness.

Prevel aar, m. —aarster, v. mutterer, mumbier; —en, on. w. to mutter, to mumble; — ■nin, silent mass; —ing, v. muttering.

Preven tief, bv. preventive; —tieve gevangenisstraf, lock-up, arrest on mesne proces*.

Priëel, o. bower, arbour.

Priegel, m. thrashing, flogging; —en, ov. w. to cudgel, to thrash, to tiog.

Priem, m. bodkin, curling-iron, butc'.ier's steel, piereer, dagger;—donker.quitedark, pitch-dark; —getal, prime-number; —gras, broom; —en, ov. w. to stab, to pierce.

Priester, m. priest; —ambt, priest's office, priesthood; —gewaad, —kleed, —kleeding, sacerdotal dress; —schaar, priesthood; —wy ding, ordination; —dom, o.—schap, v. priestiiood; — lyk, bv. priestly; — schap, o. priestly office, priestiiood; —zegen, sacerdotal ble.ssing (benediction}; —es, v. priestess.

PrU, v. carrion, hag, vixen, wench.

Pryken, ov. w. to shine, to blaze, to make» fine show.

PrU», m. price, rate, value, prize (reward), praise («■ lof); — stellen op, op — stellen, to appreciate, to appraise; tot eiken —, at any price (cost); alle prtyzen behalen, to bear off (to carry off) ail the prizes; een schip — maken, to capture aship; onder den — verkoopen, to underseil, to sell at underprices; —bederver, underseller,underworker, spoil-trade; —courant, price-current; —geld, prize-money; —geveu to give up, to leave, to abandon; —maken, to confiscate; —meester, prize-master; —schip, prize; —uitdeeling, distribution of prizes; —verhandeling, prize-essay; —verhooging, increase of prices; —verlaging, reduction of prices; —vraag, prize-9ubjeet.

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