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ehibunpair of people who work together alternately, sharing equal days to work at each other’s portion4.1Relationships9.5.2.1Together6.9.2Work for someone8.4.5.1.6Alternate6.6Occupation9.1.2Do

obuswanin1exchange; giving or receiving of s.t. in return for s.t. else9.1.2.6Change something6.8.4.9Exchange, trade8.4.5.1.6Alternate7.5.6Substitute2transaction; exchange that takes place when selling and buying goods6.8.4Financial transaction6.8.4.9Exchange, trade6.9.3Marketing

ohugobosav1return s.t.7.3.3.2Return something2repay a debt; reimburse6.8.5.4Repay debt3regain consciousness after faintingOmulwaye agobohiise.The sick person has regained consciousness.2.5.6.4Lose consciousness4owibbuha wajaho omubiri8.2.3.2Fat person5renew; make s.t. become new7.9.4Repair6.5.3.1Building equipment and maintenance8.4.6.5.3New6substitute8.3.5.2.3Different8.4.5.1.6Alternate7.5.6Substitute9.6.1.5.2Insteadder. ofohugobola

ohuŋuumulavar.ohuŋuumulahov1rest; stop working for a short periodHuja huŋuumula mu mwesi guno.We are going to rest this month.3.4.1.2.1Relaxed2.4.5Rest2take a nap; sleep esp. after work7.1.3Lie down2.4.5Rest5.7.1Go to sleep5.7Sleep3Euph. die; stop living2.6.6Die4take a break, holiday; not be at work3.4.1.2.1Relaxed2.4.5Rest4.2.9Holiday8.4.1.8Special daysohuja mu huŋuumulavgo on a holiday or vacation3.4.1.2.1Relaxed2.4.5Rest4.2.9Holiday8.4.1.8Special daysohuŋuumusavrelieve of duty or responsibility4.4.4.7Relief6.9.2Work for someone8.4.5.1.6Alternate7.5.6Substitute3.3.4.3Exempt

olubuembun1turn; when one is due to do s.t. where things are one after the other4.3.4.3Cooperate with8.4.5.1.6Alternate2chapter in a book3.5.7.2Written material8.1.6.1Part4.9.3.1Sacred writings

olugoboengobonturn for working for one of the members of a group4.3.4.3Cooperate with8.4.5.1.6Alternate6.6Occupation6.1Work