English to Welsh Meaning :: cover

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clawr, cotio, casin, yn cwmpasu, llen, amdo, atal, cywasgu, dyfnder, lee, dilledyn, doi, coverture, caead, sylw, blinker
clawr, orchuddio â, lleyg, cwmpasu eich hun, bespread, pafiliwn, distewi, to, enwrap, enshroud, cuddio, osod, cychwyn, ychwanegwch, ymuno, atodi
uwchlaw, clawr, croesi, cael, yn fwy na'r, cuddio, guddio, dissimulate, clustog, redeg dros, rhedeg rhywun i lawr

Cover    :clawr


Cover - clawr

Covered :: a gwmpesir

Covering :: yn cwmpasu

Coverings :: gorchuddion

Covers :: cloriau


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1. cover letter :: llythyr yn cynnwys


1. binding :: rhwymo

2. bedding :: dillad gwely

3. coating :: cotio

4. shelter :: lloches

5. undergrowth :: isdyfiant

6. front :: blaen

7. cover charge :: tâl clawr

8. top :: top

9. cover song :: gân clawr

10. covering :: yn cwmpasu

11. covering fire :: sy'n cwmpasu tân

12. covert :: cudd

13. blanket :: blanced


14. protect :: amddiffyn

15. cake :: cacen

16. blanket :: blanced

17. deal with :: delio â

18. report on :: adrodd ar

19. mask :: mwgwd

20. stand in for :: sefyll i mewn ar gyfer

21. pay (for) ::

22. insure :: yswirio

23. travel :: teithio

24. underwrite :: danysgrifennu

25. spread over :: lledaenu dros

26. cover up ::

27. report :: adroddiad

28. continue :: parhau

29. overcompensate ::

30. encompass :: cwmpasu

31. hatch :: deor

32. hide :: cuddio

33. breed :: bridio

34. wrap up ::

35. overlay :: troshaen

36. cross :: croesi

37. address :: cyfeiriad


1. bare :: moel

2. disclose :: datgelu

3. display :: arddangos

4. divulge :: ddatgelu

5. expose :: agored

6. reveal :: datgelu

7. show :: sioe

8. uncover :: dadorchuddio

9. unmask :: unmask

10. unveil :: dadorchuddio

Different forms

cover, covered, covering, coverings, covers

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