English to Afrikaans Meaning :: season

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English to Afrikaans Meaning
Noun
seisoen, tyd, gety, tydperk van menstruasie, tydperk, epog, dag, ouderdom, regte tyd, regime, reël, wydte, lengte, geskikte tyd, staking
seisoen
Verb
ryp, volwasse, draai grys, seisoen, veretteren, draai, verhard, rond draai, humeur, geskik maak, verhit, vertroud te maak, habitueer, akkommodeer, ten goede kom

Season    :seisoen

 

Season - seisoen

Postseason :: postseason

Postseasons :: postseasons

Preseason :: voorseisoen

Preseasons :: preseasons

Seasoned :: gesoute

Seasoning :: geurmiddels

Seasonings :: geurmiddels

Seasons :: seisoene





  

Related Words

1. rainy season :: reënseisoen


Synonyms
Noun

1. period :: tydperk


2. time of year :: tyd van die jaar

Verb


3. flavor ::


4. enliven :: vinkel


5. mollify :: vermurwen


6. harden :: verhard


Different forms

postseason, postseasons, preseason, preseasons, season, seasoned, seasoning, seasonings, seasons


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