English to Afrikaans Meaning :: collector

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versamelaar, bediening, koppelaar, samesteller, tollenaar, akkumulator
versamelaar, naaswenner

Collector    :versamelaar


Collector - versamelaar

Collectors :: versamelaars


Related Words

1. garbage collector :: vullis versamelaar


1. accumulator :: akkumulator

2. gatherer ::

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collector, collectors

English to Afrikaans Dictionary: collector
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Owe - (skuld) :: they have denied they owe money to the company

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