English to Afrikaans Meaning :: occur

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kom, gebeur, oorkom, faal, verskyn, vind plaas, betree, groei, val, wees, draai, gaan, styg in 'n mens se geheue
gebeur, neem

Occur    :gebeur

 

Occur - gebeur

Occurs :: voorkom





  

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1. occur to :: voorkom om


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1. happen :: gebeur


2. be found :: gevind


3. enter one's head/mind ::


4. fall out ::


5. come :: kom


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occur, occurs


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