English to Afrikaans Meaning :: salubrious

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heilsame, salutiferous, gesonde, higiëniese, gemoedelike, klink

Salubrious    :heilsame

 

Salubrious - heilsame





  

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Adjective

1. healthy :: gesonde


2. pleasant :: aangename


Antonyms

1. insalubrious :: ongesonde


2. noxious :: skadelike


3. unhealthy :: ongesonde


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