English to Afrikaans Meaning :: ear

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oor, sleep, diagonale, stuur, roer, skuinssy, gehoor, oudisie, akoestiek, oudiometer, mite, legende, mitologie, skiet

Ear    :oor


Ear - oor

Eared :: eared

Earful :: earful

Earfuls :: earfuls

Earphone :: oortje

Earphones :: oorfone

Ears :: ore


Related Words

1. ear drops :: oordruppels


1. inner ear :: Binne-oor

2. attention :: aandag

3. appreciation :: waardering

4. spike :: piek

5. pinna :: pinna

Different forms

ear, eared, earful, earfuls, earphone, earphones, ears

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