English to Afrikaans Meaning :: elision

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nietigverklaring, uitwissing, vermyding, elisie, Evanescence, dood

Elision    :elisie


Elision - elisie

Elisions :: elisies


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1. elision :: elisie


1. exclusion :: uitsluiting

2. exception :: uitsondering

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elision, elisions

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Meaning :: instink, aansporing, gedagte, affiniteit, gebuig, gelaatskleur, geneigdheid, aanspreeklikheid
Noun :: instink, stof, wese, teenwoordigheid, siel, motivering, inspirasie, diktee, stukrag, dikteer
Adjective :: geïnspireer, gestimuleer, fris, instink, gewek, verligte, , bezield, volle, vervul, volledige, perfek, voltooi
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