What is the meaning of Gatvol?
annoyed; fed up
/ (ˈxʌtˌfɒl) / adjective. Southern African annoyed; fed up.
Where does the word Gatvol come from?
Gatvol definition (South Africa, slang) Fed up to the brim.
What does Doos mean in slang?
idiot, stupid person
(derogatory, slang) idiot, stupid person.
What does it mean to end something?
Ending combines the verb end, meaning “to finalize or complete,” and the suffix -ing, which turns a verb into a noun that expresses action. An ending is the point at which something is performing a last action or when something is reaching its finish.
What is a synonym for fed up?
adjective. having a strong distaste from surfeit. “fed up with their complaints” synonyms: disgusted, sick, sick of, tired of displeased. not pleased; experiencing or manifesting displeasure.
Is Doos a swear word?
doos – idiot (more likely an “asshole”; can also mean “female genitalia”) (profanity)(rude).
Is Doos a Scrabble?
No, doos is not in the scrabble dictionary.
How do you express the end of something?
To bring an end to something – thesaurus
- end. verb. to make something reach its final point.
- wind up. phrasal verb. to end something.
- round off. phrasal verb. to end something in a satisfactory way.
- wind down. phrasal verb.
- conclude. verb.
- call a halt (to something) phrase.
- discontinue. verb.
- break. verb.
What word means to legally put an end to?
abolish, do away with, get rid of, scrap, end, stop, terminate, eradicate, eliminate, exterminate, destroy, annihilate, stamp out, obliterate, wipe out, extinguish, quash, expunge, extirpate. annul, cancel, invalidate, nullify, void, dissolve, erase, delete. rescind, repeal, revoke, overturn.
What does NAAI mean slang?
to have sexual intercourse
(South Africa, crude, slang) to have sexual intercourse.
What is the meaning of the word Gatvol?
Here are all the possible meanings and translations of the word gatvol. Did you actually mean getable or gadfly? Fed up to the brim. Very upset. How to pronounce gatvol?
What is the meaning of Gat fall?
Pronounced: gaaat-fall. Meaning: very fed-up or irritated. It is a South African word, derived from the Afrikaans language, but widely used in English (and some indigenous langue conversation.) Probably intended to mean a dug hole full to the brim (“up to your neck with…”) , but given a slant by the double meaning of the word “gat”.
What does GATS mean in South Africa?
It is a South African word, derived from the Afrikaans language, but widely used in English (and some indigenous langue conversation.) Probably intended to mean a dug hole full to the brim (“up to your neck with…”) , but given a slant by the double meaning of the word “gat”.