English to Afrikaans Meaning :: part

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English to Afrikaans Meaning
deel, gedeelte, aandeel, stuk, artikel, segment, orrel, liggaam, ledemaat, bestanddeel, lid, fees, tydperk, vakansie, gala
gedeeltelik, deel, pakkie, helfte
verdeel, split, onderbreek, verbreek, verdeling, deel, veeg, toeken, flou word, sny, abstrakte, losmaak, ontleden, distansieer, ontbind

Part    :deel


Part - deel

Impart :: oor te dra

Imparted :: meegedeel

Imparting :: oordra

Imparts :: verleen

Parted :: geskei

Parting :: afskeidsgeskenk

Partly :: gedeeltelik

Parts :: dele


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1. incomplete :: onvolledige


2. bit :: bit

3. component :: komponent

4. part of the body :: deel van die liggaam

5. section :: artikel

6. district :: distrik

7. (theatrical) role ::

8. lines ::

9. involvement :: betrokkenheid

10. parting :: afskeidsgeskenk

11. share :: aandeel

12. region :: streek

13. character :: karakter

14. piece :: stuk

15. function :: funksie

16. division :: afdeling

17. portion :: gedeelte

18. voice :: stem


19. separate :: afsonderlike

20. leave :: verlaat

21. start :: begin

22. disunite :: onenig

23. split :: split

24. split up ::


25. to a certain extent/degree ::

26. partially :: gedeeltelik

Different forms

impart, imparted, imparts, part, parted, partly, parts

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