away

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[English Word] away from
[Swahili Word] kutoka
[Part of Speech] preposition
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[English Word] away from
[Swahili Word] toka
[Part of Speech] preposition
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[English Word] away from
[Swahili Word] tokea
[Part of Speech] preposition
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[English Word] do away with
[Swahili Word] -katiza
[Part of Speech] verb
[Class] causative
[Derived Language] Swahili
[Derived Word] -kata
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[English Word] do away with
[Swahili Word] -kumba
[Part of Speech] verb
[Derived Word] kikumbo N, mkumbizi N
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[English Word] do away with
[Swahili Word] -tangua
[Part of Speech] verb
[English Example] do away with friendship
[Swahili Example] tangua urafiki
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[English Word] go away
[Swahili Word] -awa
[Part of Speech] verb
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[English Word] go away
[Swahili Word] -ondoka
[Part of Speech] verb
[Class] potential
[Derived Word] ondoa V
[English Example] Once (s)he leaves for the workplace
[Swahili Example] anapoondoka kwenda kazini [Sul]
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[English Word] go away quickly
[Swahili Word] -rufai
[Part of Speech] verb
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[English Word] take away
[Swahili Word] -ondoa
[Part of Speech] verb
[English Example] These ones take away sleep
[Swahili Example] haya ondoeni usingizi [Kez]
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English-Swahili dictionary. 2013.

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