English to Afrikaans Meaning :: swerve

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swenk
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swenk

Swerve    :swenk

 

Swerve - swenk

Swerved :: uitgeswaai

Swerves :: swenk

Swerving :: swenk





  

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1. curve :: kurwe


2. yaw :: afwyk van die rigting


3. swerving ::

Verb


4. veer :: Veer


5. trend :: tendens


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swerve, swerved, swerves, swerving


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