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|English to Swahili translations [PRO]|
|English term or phrase: My Dentist (male and female)|
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|Swahili translation:daktari wangu wa meno|
this means "my dentist" the word "daktari" is not in the n/n class.
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daktari yangu wa meno
daktari = doctor
-angu = my (the prefix "y-" indicates that "daktari" is an "n-class noun")
-a = of (the prefix "w-" indicates that "daktari" is a human being. Since "daktari" belongs to the n-class, "ya" instead of "wa" would also be possible)
meno = teeth, the plural of "jino"
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