English to Afrikaans Meaning :: scuttle

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mandjie, luikgat, Dash
lek, prik, kloof, luikgat

Scuttle    :luikgat


Scuttle - luikgat

Scuttled :: skarrel

Scuttles :: scuttles

Scuttling :: scuttling


Related Words


1. hatchway :: luik opening

2. opening :: opening


3. scurry :: skarrel

4. scamper :: SCAMPER

5. skitter :: gejaag

Different forms

scuttle, scuttled, scuttles, scuttling

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