English to Afrikaans Meaning :: stall

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English to Afrikaans Meaning
stand, stalletjie, span dak
Verb
stop, stilstand, ophou, breek, optrek, stalletjie, hou vas, roep 'n stilstand, staak
Noun
stalletjie, voorwendsel, salvo, bedrog

Stall    :stalletjie

 

Stall - stalletjie

Stalled :: oorreed

Stalling :: staking

Stalls :: stalletjies





  

Related Words

1. food stall :: kosstalletjie


Synonyms
Noun

1. stand :: staan


2. pen :: pen


3. cubicle :: hokkie


4. stalling ::


5. carrell ::

Verb


6. obstruct :: belemmer


7. stop :: stop


8. use delaying tactics :: gebruik vertragingstaktiek


9. delay :: vertraging


10. dilly-dally :: beuzelen


11. conk :: neus


Different forms

stall, stalled, stalling, stalls


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