English to Afrikaans Meaning :: dance

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English to Afrikaans Meaning
dans, Caper, meet, skop op, voet, bokspring, huppel, pas, pret, stadium
knip, dans, loopvlak, Caper, voet, skuif

Dance    :dans


Dance - dans

Danced :: gedans

Dances :: danse

Dancing :: dans


Related Words

1. to dance :: om te dans


1. ball :: bal

2. dancing ::


3. sway :: swaai

4. caper :: Caper

5. flicker :: flikker

Different forms

dance, danced, dances, dancing

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