English to Afrikaans Meaning :: receiver

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ontvanger, begiftigde, tesourier, kassier, betaalmeester, boekhouer, teller
ontvanger, akseptor

Receiver    :ontvanger


Receiver - ontvanger

Receivers :: ontvangers

Receivership :: ontvangerskap


Related Words

1. wide receiver :: wye ontvanger


1. recipient :: ontvanger

2. handset :: selfoon

3. liquidator :: likwidateur

4. telephone receiver :: telefoon ontvanger

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receiver, receivers, receivership

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