English to Afrikaans Meaning :: suggestion

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voorstel, oneer, nederlaag, skande, verleentheid, klinkende, pols, gebaar, uitdrukking

Suggestion    :voorstel


Suggestion - voorstel

Autosuggestion :: auto-suggestie

Suggestions :: voorstelle


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1. make a suggestion :: maak 'n voorstel


1. proposal :: voorstel

2. hint :: wenk

3. insinuation :: insinuasie

4. mesmerism :: Mesmerisme

5. proffer :: proffer

6. trace :: spoor

7. prompting ::

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autosuggestion, suggestion, suggestions

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Definition - (definisie) :: she gave a clear definition of it

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Solace - (troos) :: He and his wife go out to Walter Reed and Bethesda all the time to provide comfort and solace

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