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to patter [speak double Dutch]eine unverständliche Sprache sprechen
Nouns
jobs pol. burgomaster [title given to chief magistrates in some Dutch, Flemish, German or Austrian towns]
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Bürgermeister {m} [einer deutschsprachigen, flämischen oder niederländischen Stadt]
ling. common [gender, combining m and f, but not n, in Dutch and Scandavian languages]
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Utrum {n}
[Braillepost online project in German, French and Dutch]Braillepost {f}
hist. material [Dutch metal of Chemische Fabrik v. Heyden, Radebeul, Germany]Heyden-Gold {n} [Blattgold-Ersatz (Kompositionsgold) der Chem. Fabrik v. Heyden, Radebeul]
bot. T
geogr. hist. Batavia [Dutch East Indies] [Jakarta]Batavia {n} [Niederländisch-Ostindien] [Jakarta]
ling. Belgicism [Belgian French / Dutch word or phrase]Belgizismus {m}
ling. boerde [Middle Dutch narrative with humorous erotic contents]Boerde {f} [mittelniederländische Erzählung mit komisch-erotischem Inhalt]
hist. relig. Collegiants [Dutch sect]Kollegianten {pl}
ling. Deitsch [Pennsylvania Dutch term for the dialect]Pennsylvania-Deutsch {n} [Sprache der Amischen und Mennoniten in den USA]
hist. naut. dogger [Dutch fishing boat]Dogger {m} [niederländisches Fischereifahrzeug]
zool. T
Friesland [Dutch province]Friesland {n} [niederländische Provinz]
gastr. frikandel [a Dutch and Belgian snack of minced-meat hot dog]Frikandel {f}
zool. T
gastr. Leerdammer® [Dutch semihard cheese]Leerdammer-Käse {m} [Leerdammer®]
hist. pol. Orangism [in the history of the Dutch Republic]Orangismus {m} [in der Republik der Vereinigten Niederlande]
bike roadster [Dutch bike]Roadster {m}
hist. relig. spec. Waterlanders [branch of Dutch Mennonites]Waterländer {pl}
2 Words: Verbs
to go Dutch [also: go dutch] [idiom]getrennte Kasse machen [Redewendung]
to go Dutch [also: go dutch] [idiom]sichDat. die Rechnung teilen
2 Words: Nouns
hist. Amsterdam time [Dutch time]Amsterdamer Zeit {f} <AZ> [Amsterdamse Tijd]
myth. Black Pete [Dutch: Zwarte Piet] [companion of St. Nicholas]Zwarte Piet {m} [Niederländisch für: "Schwarzer Peter"] [Helfer des Hl. Nikolaus in den Niederlanden und Belgien]
cloth. Dutch cap [Dutch bonnet][Spitzenhaube der niederländischen Tracht]
gastr. Dutch ovenFeuertopf {m} [Dutch Oven] [Gusseisentopf, der z. B. direkt auf eine Glut gestellt werden kann]
art hist. fine painting [painting done in the style of the Dutch Fijnschilder, c. 1630-1710]Feinmalerei {f}
lower door [of a dutch door]Untertüre {f} [einer Klöntür]
ling. Pennsylvania German [Pennsilfaanisch-Deitsch, Pennsilfaanisch] [often called: Pennsylvania Dutch]Pennsylvaniadeutsch {n} [Pennsylvania German, Pennsylvaniadeutsch, Pensilfaanisch, Pennsilfaanisch Deitsch, Pennsilfaani oder Pennsilveni-Deitsch]
agr. constr. stable door [Br.] [Dutch door]Stalltür {f} [Halbtür]
hist. hort. tulip bubble [coll.] [the Dutch "financial bubble", the tulip mania]Tulpenblase {f} [ugs.] [holländische Tulpenmanie]
3 Words: Nouns
hist. Dutch Hunger Winter [Dutch: Hongerwinter]niederländischer Hungerwinter {m} [1944/45]
4 Words: Nouns
meteo. Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute [Dutch: Koninklijk Nederlands Meteorologisch Instituut] <KNMI>Königlich-Niederländisches Meteorologisches Institut {n} <KNMI>
sports the Dutch football league [Br.] [commonly used for Dutch "Eredivisie"; highest Dutch football league]Ehrendivision {f} [Niederländisch: Eredivisie; höchste niederländische Fußball-Liga]
5+ Words: Nouns
hist. the Dutch famine of 1944-1945 [Dutch: Hongerwinter]Hungerwinter {m} [Niederlande 1944/45]
Fiction (Literature and Film)
film F The Vanishing [original Dutch title: Spoorloos] [George Sluizer]The Vanishing - Spurlos verschwunden
Taxa/Species (Animals, Plants, Fungi)
zool. T
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