English to Afrikaans Meaning :: border

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grens, jaag lyn, Maart, buite, limiet, beperking, lyn, einde, Brink, marge, rand
grens, rand, limiet, lyk, antwoord

Border    :grens


Border - grens

Bordered :: begrens

Bordering :: grens

Borders :: grense


Related Words


1. edge ::

2. frontier :: grens

3. margin :: marge

4. molding :: giet

5. boundary line :: grenslyn


6. surround :: surround

7. edge ::

8. adjoin :: belenden

9. environ :: ENVIRON

10. bound :: gebonde

11. frame in :: raam in

Different forms

border, bordered, bordering, borders

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