English to Afrikaans Meaning :: fee

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English to Afrikaans Meaning
fooi, vergoeding, betaling, betaal, lewer, termyn, verbruik, koste, uitgawes, boedel, eiendom, land, realty, akker
lewer, fooi, huur, vrag, neem 'n huurkontrak

Fee    :fooi


Fee - fooi

Fees :: fooie


Related Words

1. registration fee :: registrasiefooi


1. payment :: betaling

2. wage :: loon

3. salary :: salaris

4. allowance :: toelae

5. price :: prys

6. cost :: koste

7. charge :: hef

8. tariff :: tarief

9. rate :: koers

10. amount :: bedrag

11. sum :: som

12. figure :: figuur

13. remuneration :: vergoeding

14. dues ::

15. earnings ::

16. pay :: betaal

17. contingency fee :: gebeurlikheidsplan fooi

18. emolument :: besoldiging


19. bung :: prop

20. tip :: wenk

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fee, fees

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