English to Afrikaans Meaning :: crime

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English to Afrikaans Meaning
misdaad, oortreding, ongeregtigheid, sonde, skuld, fout, kwaad, wandaad, verkeerde, onecht, sondig nie
misdaad, immoreel optree, misdadigheid

Crime    :misdaad


Crime - misdaad

Crimean :: Krim

Crimes :: misdade


Related Words

1. commit a crime :: pleeg 'n misdaad


1. offense :: oortreding

2. lawbreaking ::

3. sin :: sonde

4. criminal offense :: kriminele oortreding

Different forms

crime, crimean, crimes

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