English to Afrikaans Meaning :: bounce

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English to Afrikaans Meaning
weiering, arrogansie, snoeven, Gammon, rant, opschepperig, trots, roem, nietigheid, spring, spog, getier
weiering, spog, spog daaroor, roem, spog met van, snoeven, hotsen, crack, kleur, oordryf, rek, oortrek, borduur
weiering, sprong, dood verklaar, verdryf

Bounce    :weiering


Bounce - weiering

Bounced :: gestuur

Bounces :: bounces

Bouncing :: weerkaats


Related Words

1. bounce back :: bons terug


1. rebound :: herstel

2. vitality :: vitaliteit

3. leaping ::

4. bounciness ::

5. bouncing :: weerkaats


6. rebound :: herstel

7. bound :: gebonde

8. ricochet :: ricochet

9. jounce :: hotsen


1. employ :: diens

2. engage :: betrek

3. hire :: huur

4. retain :: behou

Different forms

bounce, bounced, bounces, bouncing

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