English to Afrikaans Meaning :: snarl

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English to Afrikaans Meaning
Verb
warboel, skree
warboel
Noun
das knoop, knoop, das, warboel

Snarl    :warboel

 

Snarl - warboel

Snarled :: toegesnou

Snarling :: grommende

Snarls :: snou

Snarly :: snarly

Unsnarl :: loswikkelen

Unsnarled :: unsnarled

Unsnarling :: unsnarling

Unsnarls :: unsnarls





  

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Verb

1. growl :: grom


2. say roughly :: sê min of meer


3. tangle :: warboel


4. complicate :: bemoeilik


5. snap :: snap


6. embrangle :: war bring


7. mat :: mat

Noun


8. tangle :: warboel


Different forms

snarl, snarled, snarling, snarls, snarly, unsnarl, unsnarled, unsnarling, unsnarls


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