Dutch

Dutch
I [dʌč]
proper name
holandski; history nemški; holandščina; history nemščina
the Dutch — Holandci, Nizozemci
Dutch bargain — ureditev ali kupčija le v enostransko korist
that beats the Dutch ! — takega pa še ne!; neverjetno!
Dutch cheese — skuta
Dutch comfort — slaba tolažba
Dutch courage — pogum pijanca
double Dutch — "španska vas"
colloquially my old Dutch — moja stara
to talk to s.o. like a Dutch uncle — narediti komu pridigo
Dutch nightingales — žabe
Dutch treat — skupen obed, pri katerem plača vsak zase
II [dʌč]
adjective
holandski, nizozemski; history nemški
Dutch auction — dražba, pri kateri ceno znižujejo, dokler predmeta ne prodajo
Dutch clover botany bela detelja
Dutch courage — pogum pijanca
Dutch bargain — kupčija le v enostransko korist
Dutch comfort — slaba tolažba
Dutch cheese — skuta
Dutch treat — skupen obed, pri katerem plača vsak svoje
III [dʌč]
noun
holandščina; history nemščina
double Dutch — "španska vas"

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