English to Afrikaans Meaning :: unjust

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onregverdige, ongegrond, onregmatige, onbillik, onbehoorlike, verkeerde, vuil, nutteloos, onraad zaam, onskriftuurlike, onlogies, onoordeelkundige, blind
ongeregtigheid, skuld, verkeerd, slegte, onregverdige

Unjust    :onregverdige

 

Unjust - onregverdige

Unjustly :: onregverdig





  

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1. unjust to :: onregverdige om


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1. unfair :: onregverdige


2. wrongful :: onregmatige


3. inequitable :: onbillik


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unjust, unjustly


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