English to Afrikaans Meaning :: hat

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English to Afrikaans Meaning
Noun
hoed, cap, helm, Topi, piepie

Hat    :hoed

 

Hat - hoed

Hated :: gehaat

Hater :: hater

Haters :: vyande

Hates :: haat

Hating :: haat

Hats :: hoede





  

Related Words

1. hat trick :: driekuns


Synonyms
Noun

1. chapeau :: Chapeau


2. lid :: deksel


Different forms

hat, hater, haters, hats


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