English to Afrikaans Meaning :: derive

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herlei, bereik, besef, uit te voer, aanleiding gee tot, gaan uit, bring, bedink, ontlok, opbrengs, kry, voel soos, vind, het, wees bewus van
herlei

Derive    :herlei

 

Derive - herlei

Derived :: afgelei

Derives :: afgelei

Deriving :: afleiding





  

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1. derive from :: aflei van


Synonyms
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1. obtain :: verkry


2. originate in :: ontstaan ​​in


3. gain :: wins


4. deduce :: aflei


5. educe :: voorschijn bring


6. come :: kom


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derive, derived, derives, deriving


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