English to Afrikaans Meaning :: garble

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English to Afrikaans Meaning
korrupsie, perversie, misvorming, onherkenbaar, afwyking, morbiditeit, delirium, fout, toesig, boob
verdraai, wrench, korrupte, verontreinig, onherkenbaar

Garble    :onherkenbaar


Garble - onherkenbaar

Garbled :: deurmekaar

Garbles :: garbles

Garbling :: verhaspeling


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1. garble :: onherkenbaar


1. mix up ::

2. muddle :: warboel

3. jumble :: mengelmoes

4. confuse :: verwar

5. obscure :: duister

6. distort :: verdraai

7. scramble :: geskarrel

8. misstate :: verkeerdelik

9. misquote ::

10. misreport ::

11. misrepresent :: verdraai

12. mistranslate ::

13. misinterpret :: interpreteer

14. misconstrue :: misconstrue

15. twist :: draai

Different forms

garble, garbled, garbles, garbling

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