English to Afrikaans Meaning :: door

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English to Afrikaans Meaning
Noun
deur, gateway, portaal, poort, uitlaat, deksel, deur paneel, ingang, inskrywing, benadering, hekkie, versperring

Door    :deur

 

Door - deur

Doors :: deure





  

Related Words

1. close the door :: maak die deur toe


Synonyms
Noun

1. doorway :: poort


2. portal :: portaal


3. opening :: opening


4. entrance :: ingang


5. entry :: inskrywing


6. exit :: uitgang


Different forms

door, doors


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