Amsterdam

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See also: Ámsterdam

English[edit]

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Borrowed from Dutch Amsterdam.

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Amsterdam

  1. A city and municipality of Noord-Holland, Netherlands; capital city of the Netherlands.
    The Dutch seat of government is not the metropolis of Amsterdam but The Hague.
    While Amsterdam is the largest city in the province of Noord-Holland, Haarlem is the province capital.

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Amsterdam m

  1. A city and municipality of Noord-Holland, Netherlands; capital city of the Netherlands.

Czech[edit]

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Amsterdam m

  1. A city and municipality of Noord-Holland, Netherlands; capital city of the Netherlands.

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Danish[edit]

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Amsterdam

  1. A city and municipality of Noord-Holland, Netherlands; capital city of the Netherlands.

Dutch[edit]

Dutch Wikipedia has an article on:
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Een gracht in Amsterdam.
A canal in Amsterdam.

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From Middle Dutch Aemstelredam, from the river Amstel + dam.

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Amsterdam n

  1. A city and municipality of Noord-Holland, Netherlands; capital city of the Netherlands.
    Synonyms: 020, Damsko, Mokum

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Amsterdam

  1. A city and municipality of Noord-Holland, Netherlands; capital city of the Netherlands.

Finnish[edit]

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Amsterdam

  1. A city and municipality of Noord-Holland, Netherlands; capital city of the Netherlands.

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Inflection of Amsterdam (Kotus type 5/risti, no gradation)
nominative Amsterdam
genitive Amsterdamin
partitive Amsterdamia
illative Amsterdamiin
singular plural
nominative Amsterdam
accusative nom. Amsterdam
gen. Amsterdamin
genitive Amsterdamin
partitive Amsterdamia
inessive Amsterdamissa
elative Amsterdamista
illative Amsterdamiin
adessive Amsterdamilla
ablative Amsterdamilta
allative Amsterdamille
essive Amsterdamina
translative Amsterdamiksi
instructive
abessive Amsterdamitta
comitative

French[edit]

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Amsterdam

  1. A city and municipality of Noord-Holland, Netherlands; capital city of the Netherlands.

German[edit]

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Amsterdam n (genitive Amsterdams)

  1. A city and municipality of Noord-Holland, Netherlands; capital city of the Netherlands.

Polish[edit]

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  • IPA(key): /ˈam.stɛr.dam/, (colloquial, nonstandard) /amˈstɛr.dam/
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Amsterdam m

  1. A city and municipality of Noord-Holland, Netherlands; capital city of the Netherlands.

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Portuguese[edit]

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Amsterdam f

  1. Alternative form of Amsterdã

Romanian[edit]

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Amsterdam n

  1. A city and municipality of Noord-Holland, Netherlands; capital city of the Netherlands.

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Serbo-Croatian[edit]

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  • IPA(key): /ǎmsterdam/
  • Hyphenation: Am‧ster‧dam

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Àmsterdam m (Cyrillic spelling А̀мстердам)

  1. A city and municipality of Noord-Holland, Netherlands; capital city of the Netherlands.

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Spanish[edit]

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Amsterdam m

  1. A city and municipality of Noord-Holland, Netherlands; capital city of the Netherlands.

Swedish[edit]

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Amsterdam n (genitive Amsterdams)

  1. A city and municipality of Noord-Holland, Netherlands; capital city of the Netherlands.