English to Afrikaans Meaning :: involvement

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Involvement    :betrokkenheid

 

Involvement - betrokkenheid





  

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1. participation :: deelname


2. attachment :: beslaglegging


3. interest :: belangstelling


4. involution :: involusie


5. intimacy :: intimiteit


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