English to Afrikaans Meaning :: clothes

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English to Afrikaans Meaning
klere, kleed, stof, doek, kostuum, wat, drag, cover, Lee, dak, kit, Fig
klere, beklee

Clothes    :klere


Clothes - klere

Unclothes :: unclothes


Related Words

1. cloth :: doek


1. clothing :: klere

2. apparel :: klere

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clothes, unclothes

English to Afrikaans Dictionary: clothes
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Stoke - (Stoke) :: The furnaces that fed them fizzled out long ago the coal that stoked the fires lies unexcavated in flooded mines

Stolid - (bot) :: The loss of nearly a generation of their children in the concentration camps numbed rural Afrikaners into a stolid hatred of British authority

Stratagem - (slimmigheid) :: Government should use civilised stratagems to arrest those who fall short of the law

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