English to Afrikaans Meaning :: tack

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spyker, ryg, steek, naaldwerk, snoepie, mik vir, vervloek
ryg, ketting

Tack    :ryg


Tack - ryg

Tacked :: geryg

Tacker :: tacker

Tackers :: tackers

Tacking :: koppel

Tacks :: tacks


Related Words

1. tack on :: ryg op


1. pin :: speld

2. heading :: opskrif

3. approach :: benadering

4. shroud :: kleed

5. saddlery :: Saddlery

6. tacking ::


7. pin :: speld

8. stitch :: steek

9. zigzag :: zigzag

10. add (on) ::

11. alternate :: alternatiewe

12. baste :: bedruipsous

13. set up ::

14. append :: voeg

Different forms

tack, tacked, tacker, tackers, tacking, tacks

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