English to Afrikaans Meaning :: before

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Adverb
voor, vroeër op, in die verlede, aangesien, van ou, eers, voorheen, iewers, voorafgaande, voorspelers, vorentoe, vore
Preposition
voor, aangesien, ere, voorafgaande, om, bo, agter, naby

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1. previously ::


2. earlier ::


3. in front :: voor

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4. prior to :: voor


5. in front of :: voor


6. in preference to :: in voorkeur aan


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