English to Afrikaans Meaning :: cloth

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klere, kleed, stof, doek, kostuum, wat, aantrek, woning, bus, besetting, skildery

Cloth    :doek


Cloth - doek

Clothed :: geklee

Clothes :: klere

Clothing :: klere

Cloths :: lappe


Related Words

1. damp cloth :: klam lap


1. fabric :: stof

2. rag :: lap


1. laity :: leke

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cloth, cloths

English to Afrikaans Dictionary: cloth
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