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nogal

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Pronunciation: /ˈnɒxal
 
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Definition of nogal in English:

adverb

South African informal
What is more; moreover: the picture would be ready in three minutes and for free nogal
More example sentences
  • Look at the ‘squatter’ camps which have sprung up in the country since 1994, and notice a few pertinent points: who are these so-called ‘squatters’ (in the land of their forebears and birth, nogal!)
  • Sometimes I actually felt sorry for our president, having to sit there in the sweltering heat listening to speaker after speaker telling him - at great length, nogal - what a thieving bunch of folk he has working for him and the country.
  • The most sneaky of all sneaks, and we found him, in Jo'burg nogal!

Origin

Afrikaans, literally 'fairly, rather'.

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