English to Afrikaans Meaning :: grass

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gras, voer, weiding, quitch, quitch gras, Douceur, plante, strooi, plant, Meadow gras
grasveld, gras, lea

Grass    :gras


Grass - gras

Grassed :: gras

Grasses :: grasse

Grassing :: gras bedek

Grassy :: gras


Related Words

1. green grass :: groen gras


1. turf :: turf

2. eatage :: eatage

3. sess :: sess

4. supergrass :: ADELE


5. betray :: verraai

6. grass over :: gras oor

Different forms

grass, grassed, grasses, grassing, grassy

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