English to Afrikaans Meaning :: inclose

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omsluit, omheinen, sluit, ring, beleër, heining, gevangenisstraf, opsluit, tjek, deurboor, surround, orb, ENVIRON, omring, omgord, gull

Inclose    :omheinen


Inclose - omheinen

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1. inclose :: omheinen


1. close in :: sluit in

2. shut in ::

3. enclose :: omsluit

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