English to Afrikaans Meaning :: art

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bedryf, kuns, kunstenaarskap, handwerk, piesang, sneesdoekie, weegbree, vaardigheid, behendigheid, aanleg, doeltreffendheid, towerkuns, toorkuns

Art    :kuns


Art - kuns

Arts :: kuns


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1. fine art :: fyn kuns

2. skill :: vaardigheid

3. cunning :: geslepe

4. prowess :: bekwaamheid

5. graphics ::

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art, arts

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