English to Afrikaans Meaning :: expel

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English to Afrikaans Meaning
sjoe, afweer, waak teen, skors, ry weg, verban, stoot, deporteer, verwyder, laat loop, breek, druk, steek, gehoorsaam

Expel    :skors


Expel - skors

Expelling :: verdrywing

Expels :: skei


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1. expel :: skors


1. throw out ::

2. banish :: verban

3. let out :: uit laat

4. kick out :: uit skop

5. exhaust :: uitlaat

6. rout out :: verwar uit

7. drum out :: drom uit


1. inhale :: inasem

2. inspire :: inspireer

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expel, expelling, expels

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