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Stoke    :Stoke


Stoke - Stoke

Stoked :: aangeblaas

Stokes :: Stokes

Stoking :: stook


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1. stoke :: Stoke


1. add fuel to :: voeg brandstof aan

2. keep burning :: hou brand

3. tend :: neig


1. abate :: bedaar

2. decrease :: afneem

3. diminish :: verminder

4. dwindle :: agteruit gaan

5. lessen :: verminder

6. lower :: laer

7. reduce :: verminder

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stoke, stoked, stokes, stoking

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Noun :: haak, stoot, , skud, huiwering, moeilikheid, twyfel, verdenking, probleme, hindernis, versperring, obstruksie, blok, K, kramp, afstoting, nederlaag, doring, gerem, inhouding, hegtenis
Verb :: haak, , stoot, skud
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