English to Afrikaans Meaning :: friendly

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vriendelike, vriendskaplike, naasteliefde, versoenende, kameraadschappelijk, vriendelik, uiting, gunstige, gelukkig, luisterryke, billike, benadeel, onbestrede, versoenbaar
vriendelike, gesellig, gesellige, naasteliefde, oopgeknoop

Friendly    :vriendelike


Friendly - vriendelike

Friendlies :: vriendskaplike


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1. affable :: gemoedelike

2. amicable :: vriendskaplike

3. favorable :: gunstige

4. compatible :: versoenbaar


1. antagonistic :: antagonistiese

2. hostile :: vyandige

3. unfriendly :: onvriendelike

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