English to Afrikaans Meaning :: blister

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English to Afrikaans Meaning
Noun
blister, bleb, uitslag, swere, pion, kokon, stuk, papie, kraal
Verb
blister
blister, water blister, Rakker, armzalig, Dickens, god-dam, god-verdoem, aanstorm

Blister    :blister

 

Blister - blister

Blistered :: stukkend

Blistering :: striemende

Blisters :: blase

Blistery :: blaasagtige





  

Related Words

1. blister pack :: blister pack


Synonyms
Noun

1. vesicle :: vesikel


2. bubble :: borrel


3. bulla :: bulla

Verb


4. vesicate :: blaas opwek


5. whip :: sweep


Different forms

blister, blistered, blistering, blisters, blistery


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