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20:01 Dec 2, 2003
English to Afrikaans translations [Non-PRO] Art/Literary
Explanation: and it will help you in some respect. Good luck, Anonymous!
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Explanation: The actual translation for "reflection" might be "weerkaatsing", although weerkaatsing is used more for a reflection in a window or a pond or anything shiny. What you see in a mirror is not really a "reflection" in the Afrikaans sense of the word "weerkaatsing", but an image (Afrikaans = beeld).
I see my image in the mirror = Ek sien my beeld in die spieël.
Samuel Murray Netherlands Local time: 18:34 Native speaker of: Afrikaans PRO pts in pair: 166