English to Afrikaans Meaning :: inhibition

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verbod, inhibisie, embargo, taboe, interdik, weerstand, uitsluiting, opposisie, uitskakeling, uitsondering, aftrekking, ism, verwaarlosing
inhibisie, neutralisasie, paaibeleid, inhouding

Inhibition    :inhibisie


Inhibition - inhibisie

Inhibitions :: inhibisies


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1. shyness ::

2. hindrance :: hindernis

3. forbiddance :: forbiddance

4. suppression :: onderdrukking

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inhibition, inhibitions

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