English to Afrikaans Meaning :: verbal

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English to Afrikaans Meaning
Adjective
verbale, mondelinge, gerundial, deelwoordelike, letterlike, woordeliks, vokale, ongeskrewe
verbale, mondelinge

Verbal    :verbale

 

Verbal - verbale

Nonverbal :: verbale

Verbalization :: verbalisering

Verbally :: mondelings

Verbals :: werkwoorde





  

Related Words

1. non-verbal :: nie-verbale


Synonyms
Adjective

1. oral :: mondelinge


2. spoken :: gesproke


3. stated :: verklaar


4. said :: gesê


5. verbalized ::


6. expressed ::


7. unwritten :: ongeskrewe


8. word-of-mouth :: mond-tot-mond


Different forms

nonverbal, verbal, verbalization, verbally, verbals


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