Lainey het julle lekker gekuier by pappa se maaitjie? Ja

Het jy darem gebad? Nee, ek het aan die slaap geraak, maar pappa het my darem met ‘n lappie afgevee toe ons by die huis gekom het voor hy my in die bed gesit het…. ek sien, jy is so bietjie vuil 😊😊😊

(Wanneer pappas dogtertjies grootmaak)


possession

pəˈzɛʃ(ə)n/

noun

plural noun: possessions

  1. 1.

    the state of having, owning, or controlling something.

    “she had taken possession of the sofa”

    synonyms: ownershipproprietorship, controlhands, keepingcarecustodychargeholdtitleguardianship

    “the estate came into the possession of the Heslerton family”

    seizeappropriateimpound,expropriatesequestratesequester,confiscate;

    takegetacquireobtainsecureprocurepossess oneself of, get hold of, get one’s hands on, help oneself to;

    occupyconquercapturecommandeerrequisition;

    distrainattachdisseize;

    poind;

    informalget one’s mitts on

    • 2.

      something that is owned or possessed.

      “I had no money or possessions”

      synonyms: assetthingarticleitem owned, chattel

      “that photograph was Bert’s most precious possession”

      belongingsthings, propertyworldly goods, goods, personal effects,effects, stuffassets,accoutrements, paraphernalia,impedimentabits and pieces,luggagebaggagebags and baggage, chattels, movables,valuables;

      goods and chattels;

      informalgearjunkdunnagetraps;

      informalclobber;

      informaltrek;

      vulgar slangshitcrap

      “he loaded Francesca and all her possessions into his car”

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