English to Afrikaans Meaning :: wedge

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English to Afrikaans Meaning
wig, nog, pen, FID, klamp, scotch, spel, bout, spyker, ondersoek, keël, prod, ryg, speld, skip, ten gunste van
INVOEGEN, klos, GIB, nog, wig
wig, los

Wedge    :wig


Wedge - wig

Wedged :: ingewig

Wedges :: wiggies

Wedging :: wiggen


Related Words

1. wedge-shaped :: wig-vormige


1. doorstop :: deurstop

2. hunk :: homp

3. wedge heel :: wig hak

4. chock :: tjok

5. submarine sandwich :: duikboot toebroodjie

6. wedge shape :: wig vorm

7. hacek ::


8. squeeze :: knyptang

9. lodge :: lodge

Different forms

wedge, wedged, wedges, wedging

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