English to Afrikaans Meaning :: bleed

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bloei, bloed, ontgin, absorbeer, opdroog, suig, indrinken, geabsorbeer word
bloei

Bleed    :bloei

 

Bleed - bloei

Bleeder :: afperser

Bleeders :: bloeiers

Bleeding :: bloeding

Bleeds :: bloei





  

Related Words

1. bleed out :: bloei uit


Synonyms
Verb

1. lose blood :: verloor bloed


2. draw blood from :: trek bloed uit


3. flow :: vloei


4. drain :: dreineer


5. grieve for :: treur oor


6. phlebotomize :: phlebotomize


7. hemorrhage :: bloeding


8. run :: run


Antonyms

1. fill :: vul


Different forms

bleed, bleeder, bleeders, bleeding, bleeds


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