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begin, 'n aanvang neem, stop by, word waar, teister, pas, raak, betree, kom, verskyn, vind plaas, gebeur

Begin    :begin

 

Begin - begin

Begins :: begin





  

Related Words

1. to begin :: om te begin


Synonyms
Verb

1. start :: begin


2. open :: oop


3. appear :: verskyn


Antonyms

1. conclude :: sluit


2. end :: einde


3. finish :: afwerking


4. terminate :: beëindig


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begin, begins


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