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19:20 Nov 8, 2003
Shona to English translations [Non-PRO]
Shona term or phrase: Binga
Word meaning
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English translation:different meanings, depending on context
Explanation:
binga [HL]Z n 5, pl: map-, Tree with dense foliage. 2. M Kloof with water and treeferns.
binga [LL]M n 5, pl: map-, Chief's enclosure in own village.
-binga [H]KZ v i Be at, be in the wrong. Nhasi ndabinga nokudya natezvara: today I put myself in the wrong by eating with my future father-in-law. Usawane nechaungabingiswe nacho: do not do anything for which you can be shown to be at fault.
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different meanings, depending on context


Explanation:
binga [HL]Z n 5, pl: map-, Tree with dense foliage. 2. M Kloof with water and treeferns.
binga [LL]M n 5, pl: map-, Chief's enclosure in own village.
-binga [H]KZ v i Be at, be in the wrong. Nhasi ndabinga nokudya natezvara: today I put myself in the wrong by eating with my future father-in-law. Usawane nechaungabingiswe nacho: do not do anything for which you can be shown to be at fault.



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