English to Afrikaans Meaning :: sole

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English to Afrikaans Meaning
Adjective
enigste, alleen, enkele, solo, eensame, unieke, ongekende, hoogste, absolute, blote, kaal, suiwer, elke, pure
enigste
Noun
enigste, voet, hak, onderkant
Verb
enigste

Sole    :enigste

 

Sole - enigste

Soled :: zolen

Solely :: uitsluitlik

Soles :: sole





  

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Adjective

1. only :: enigste


2. one (and only) ::


3. single :: enkele


4. solitary :: eensame


5. lone :: eensaam


6. unique :: unieke


7. exclusive :: eksklusiewe


8. isolated :: geïsoleerde

Verb


9. resole ::


Different forms

sole, soled, solely, soles


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