English to Afrikaans Meaning :: hall

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English to Afrikaans Meaning
Noun
saal, ploeg, koshuis, skuur, mede, huis, kamer, konstruksie, kollege, Ambagskool, Lyceum, lisensiaat, gallery, eetsaal, koffiekamer
eetkamer, saal

Hall    :saal

 

Hall - saal

Halls :: sale





  

Related Words

1. town hall :: stadsaal


Synonyms
Noun

1. entrance hall :: ingangsportaal


2. banquet hall :: banketsaal


3. residence hall :: woning saal


4. mansion house :: herehuis huis


5. hallway :: gang


Different forms

hall, halls


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