English to Afrikaans Meaning :: unbelief

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ongeloof, wisselvalligheid, wantroue, huiwering
ateïsme, ontrouheid, goddeloosheid, ongeloof

Unbelief    :ongeloof


Unbelief - ongeloof



1. disbelief :: ongeloof


1. belief :: geloof

2. credence :: geloofwaardigheid

3. credit :: krediet

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