English to Afrikaans Meaning :: now

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nou, tans, deesdae, uiteindelik, huidiglik, in die moderne tyd, vir tyd en wyl, vandag, wanneer, dan, so, hierdie tyd, by hierdie geleentheid, die afgelope tyd, die laaste ruk
maar, dan, so, enigste, nou
nou, onder die omstandighede, van nou af, net nou, reguit af

Now    :nou


Now - nou


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1. at the moment :: op die oomblik

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2. long :: lank

3. once :: keer

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