English to Afrikaans Meaning :: suit

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English to Afrikaans Meaning
pak, regsgeding, wet, pleidooi, geval, aksie, petisie, verpligting, prop, pakkie, stel, joernaal, mode, klagte, aksie van die reg
word waar, arbeid, betamen, moeite, werk, pak, pas, wedstryd, getref, stem, wees kongruent, harmoniseer, vierkante

Suit    :pak


Suit - pak

Suited :: geskik

Suites :: suites

Suiting :: costuumstof

Suits :: pas


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1. bathing suit :: swembroek


1. outfit :: uitrusting

2. businessman :: sakeman

3. legal action :: regsaksie

4. entreaty :: smeking

5. courtship :: hofmakery

6. suit of clothes :: pak klere

7. lawsuit :: regsgeding


8. become :: geword

9. be convenient for :: wees gerieflik vir

10. make appropriate to/for ::

11. accommodate :: akkommodeer

12. beseem :: betamen

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suit, suits

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