English to Afrikaans Meaning :: swelling

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English to Afrikaans Meaning
swelsel, knop, bult, tumor, oplewing, distensie, inflasie, agterplaas, gaas, biskop, olifant, uitsteeksel
rambunctious, swelsel, geswel
swelsel, groei, aanwas, uitvloeisel

Swelling    :swelsel


Swelling - swelsel


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1. swell :: deining


1. bump :: stamp

2. intumescence :: intumescence

3. protuberance :: uitsteeksel

4. lump :: knop


5. expand :: uit te brei

6. grow :: groei

7. be filled :: gevul

8. increase :: Verhoog

9. grow loud :: groei hard

10. puff up :: opblaas

11. well :: goed

12. well up :: goed tot

13. swell up :: opswel

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