English to Afrikaans Meaning :: ambient

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English to Afrikaans Meaning
omringende, circumambient
Noun
lug, hemel, uitspansel, omringende, grens, bestek, periferie, gebonde, limiet
Adjective
omringende, inklusiewe, circumambient, gestroomlijnd

Ambient    :omringende

 

Ambient - omringende





  

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1. ambient temperature :: omgewingstemperatuur


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1. ambient :: omringende


2. circumambient :: circumambient


3. Immanent ::


4. sky :: lug


5. heaven :: hemel


6. air :: lug


7. expanse :: uitspansel


8. firmament :: uitspansel


9. boundary :: grens


10. ambit :: bestek


11. periphery :: periferie


12. bound :: gebonde


13. limit :: limiet


14. inclusive :: inklusiewe


15. surrounding ::


16. circumfluent :: gestroomlijnd


17. circumfluous ::


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