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D {letter}  :: letter
D66 {prop} {f}  :: initialism of Democraten '66; Democrats 66, a social liberal political party in the Netherlands
DDR {prop} {f}  :: initialism of Duitse Democratische Republiek (German Democratic Republic, GDR)
DNA {initialism}  :: desoxyribonucleïnezuur (deoxyribonucleic acid)
Daan {prop} {m}  :: given name, short for Daniël
Daas {prop}  :: given name, short for Daniël
Dacisch {prop} {n}  :: Dacian (language)
Dagobert Duck {prop} {m}  :: Scrooge McDuck, Uncle Scrooge (Disney character)
Dalmatië {prop} {n}  :: Dalmatia, an Adriatic coastal region in former Yugoslavia
Dalmatiër {m}  :: An inhabitant of Dalmatia, an Adriatic coastal region, presently in Croatia
Dalmatiër {m}  :: A member of the Dalmati, a people which lived there in Antiquity, before the Slavic immigration
Dalmatisch {adj}  :: Dalmatian, from or relating to Dalmatia
Damascus {prop} {n}  :: Damascus, the capital city of Syria
Damsko {prop} [slang]  :: Amsterdam
Daniel {prop}  :: Daniel (prophet)
Daniel {prop}  :: Daniel (book of the Bible)
Daniel {prop}  :: given name
Daniël {prop}  :: Daniel [biblical prophet]
Daniël {prop}  :: The book Daniel, named after the prophet
Daniël {prop}  :: given name
Dantumadeel {prop}  :: Dantumadeel (municipality)
David {prop}  :: David (biblical figure)
David {prop}  :: given name
David {prop}  :: A Dutch patronymic surname
De Friese Meren {prop}  :: De Friese Meren (municipality)
De Haag {prop} {n} [Hague dialect]  :: The Hague
De Panne {prop} {n}  :: A municipality on the Belgian coast
De Wolden {prop}  :: De Wolden (municipality)
Deen {m}  :: Dane (person from Denmark or of Danish descent)
Deen {m} [zoology]  :: short for Deense dog, a canine race
Deens {adj}  :: Danish
Deens {prop} {n}  :: Danish (language)
Delft {prop} {n}  :: Delft (city)
Delft {prop} {n}  :: Delft (municipality)
Deltaplan {prop} {n}  :: Delta Plan; the infrastructural project that led to the construction of the waterworks protecting the delta of the Scheldt, Rhine and Meuse against flooding
Deltaplan {n}  :: Delta Plan, typically in references to a more conceptual stage or in plural uses
Deltaplan {n}  :: alternative case form of deltaplan
Den Bosch {prop} {n}  :: synonym of 's-Hertogenbosch
Den Haag {prop} {n}  :: Den Haag (city/and/capital)
Den Haag {prop} {n}  :: Den Haag (municipality)
Dené-Jenisejisch {adj}  :: Dene-Yeniseian
Dender {prop} {m}  :: A river in Belgium, flowing through Aalst
Denemarken {prop} {n}  :: Denmark
Denise {prop}  :: given name, cognate to Denise
Derde Wereldoorlog {m}  :: a hypothetical world war following World War II; World War III
Deuteronomium {prop}  :: Deuteronomy (book of the Bible)
Deventer {prop}  :: Deventer (city)
Deventer {prop}  :: Deventer (municipality)
Diets {adj} [obsolete]  :: German, continental West Germanic
Diets {adj} [archaic]  :: Dutch
Diets {adj}  :: Middle Dutch
Diets {prop} {n} [obsolete]  :: the "German", or continental West Germanic languages
Diets {prop} {n} [archaic]  :: the Dutch language
Diets {prop} {n}  :: the Middle Dutch language
Dijkstra {prop}  :: surname
Dijle {prop} {f}  :: Dyle (River flowing through Belgium)
Diksmuide {prop}  :: a Belgian city and municipality in the Flemish province of West Flanders
Dirk {prop}  :: given name, diminutive of Diederik
Dirkje {prop}  :: given name, female equivalent of Dirk
Dode Zee {prop} {f}  :: Dead Sea
Dodendraad {prop} {m}  :: The Wire of Death: the lethal electric fence that was placed along the border between Belgium and the Netherlands by the German occupiers during the First World War
Doesburg {prop}  :: Doesburg (city)
Doesburg {prop}  :: Doesburg (municipality)
Doetinchem {prop} {n}  :: Doetinchem (city)
Doetinchem {prop} {n}  :: Doetinchem (municipality)
Dogger {prop} {n} [geology]  :: Dogger, Middle Jurassic, second period of the Jurassic
Dolfijn {prop} {m} [constellation]  :: Delphinus
Dominicaanse Republiek {prop} {n}  :: Dominican Republic
Dommel {prop} {?}  :: Dommel (river)
Dommelen {prop} {n}  :: Dommelen (village)
Don {prop} {m}  :: Don, river in Russia
Donau {prop} {f} [geography]  :: The river Danube, which flows to the Black Sea
Donauzalm {m}  :: Danube salmon, huchen
Dongeradeel {prop}  :: Dongeradeel (municipality)
Dordrecht {prop} {n}  :: Dordrecht (city)
Dordrecht {prop} {n}  :: Dordrecht (municipality)
Dordt {prop} {n} [colloquial]  :: Dordt (city)
Dork {prop}  :: surname Ellis Island records indicate people registering as early as 1907 with Dork as their last name. [1]
Draad {prop} {m}  :: alternative form of Dodendraad
Draak {prop} {m} [constellation]  :: Draco
Dravidisch {adj}  :: Dravidian
Drenthe {prop} {n}  :: Drenthe, a province of the Netherlands
Driehoek {prop} {m} [constellation]  :: Triangulum
Droes {prop} {m}  :: alternative case form of droes
Dronten {prop}  :: Dronten (village)
Dronten {prop}  :: Dronten (municipality)
Druten {prop}  :: Druten (village)
Druten {prop}  :: Druten (municipality)
Druze {m}  :: Druze
Dublin {prop} {n}  :: Dublin
Duffel {prop} {n}  :: A small town in Belgium
Duffels {adj}  :: Originating from Duffel (town)
Duif {prop} {f} [constellation]  :: Columba
Duinkerke {prop} {n}  :: Dunkirk
Duits {adj}  :: German
Duits {adj} [archaic]  :: Dutch
Duits {prop} {n}  :: German (language)
Duitse {f}  :: German woman
Duitse herder {m}  :: German shepherd
Duitse herdershond {m}  :: alternative form of Duitse herder
Duitser {m}  :: German
Duitsland {prop} {n}  :: Germany
Duitstalig {adj}  :: German-speaking, germanophone
Duiven {prop}  :: Duiven (village)
Duiven {prop}  :: Duiven (municipality)
d {letter}  :: letter
d' {prep} [archaic, poetic]  :: apocopic form of de: the
daad {f}  :: deed, act
daadkracht {f}  :: resolve, will to enact policy, willpower
daadkracht {f}  :: capability to enforce policy
daadkrachtig {adj}  :: resolute, firm
daadwerkelijk {adv}  :: effectively, actually
daadzaak {f} [archaic]  :: fact
daag {interj} [Flanders]  :: bye
-daags {suffix}  :: -day, -daily; suffixed to numerals to create an adjective that indicates something that happens at a certain interval
daags {adv}  :: daily, per day
daalder {m} [numismatics]  :: thaler
daalder {m} [numismatics]  :: the Dutch thaler, used in the Netherlands from the 17th century until 1816 and worth 30 stuivers = 1½ guldens
daar {adv}  :: there
daar {adv} [with a preposition]  :: that
daar {conj}  :: since (preceding a reason why something is like it is)
daaraan {adv}  :: pronominal adverb form of aan + dat
daarachter {adv}  :: pronominal adverb form of achter + dat
daarachteraan {adv}  :: pronominal adverb form of achteraan + dat
daaraf {adv}  :: pronominal adverb form of af + dat
daarbeneden {adv}  :: down there
daarbij {adv}  :: pronominal adverb form of bij + dat
daarbinnen {adv}  :: pronominal adverb form of binnen + dat
daarboven {adv}  :: pronominal adverb form of boven + dat
daarbuiten {adv}  :: pronominal adverb form of buiten + dat
daardoor {adv}  :: pronominal adverb form of door + dat
daardoorheen {adv}  :: pronominal adverb form of doorheen + dat
daarentegen {adv}  :: on the other hand
daarginder {adv}  :: over there, yonder
daarheen {adv}  :: thither, to there
daarin {adv}  :: pronominal adverb form of in + dat
daarlangs {adv}  :: pronominal adverb form of langs + dat
daarmee {adv}  :: pronominal adverb form of met + dat
daarna {adv}  :: pronominal adverb form of na + dat
daarnaar {adv}  :: pronominal adverb form of naar + dat
daarnaartoe {adv}  :: pronominal adverb form of naartoe + dat
daarnaast {adv}  :: pronominal adverb form of naast + dat
daaro {adv} [colloquial, Hollandic]  :: there, yonder, over there
daarom {adv}  :: pronominal adverb form of om + dat
daarom {adv}  :: therefore, so, that's why
daarom {adv}  :: thereby, because of that
daarom {interj}  :: exactly
daaromheen {adv}  :: pronominal adverb form of omheen + dat
daaromtrent {adv}  :: pronominal adverb form of omtrent + dat
daaronder {adv}  :: pronominal adverb form of onder + dat
daarop {adv}  :: pronominal adverb form of op + dat
daarop {adv}  :: thereupon, following that
daarover {adv}  :: pronominal adverb form of over + dat
daaroverheen {adv}  :: pronominal adverb form of overheen + dat
daarrond {adv}  :: pronominal adverb form of rond + dat
daarstraks {adv}  :: earlier today
daartegen {adv}  :: pronominal adverb form of tegen + dat
daartegenover {adv}  :: pronominal adverb form of tegenover + dat
daartevoren {adv}  :: theretofore; until that time; before that
daartoe {adv}  :: pronominal adverb form of tot + dat, thereto
daartoe {adv}  :: for that purpose, to that end
daartussen {adv}  :: pronominal adverb form of tussen + dat
daartussendoor {adv}  :: pronominal adverb form of tussendoor + dat
daaruit {adv}  :: pronominal adverb form of uit + dat
daaruitvolgend {adj}  :: consequent
daarvan {adv}  :: pronominal adverb form of van + dat
daarvanaf {adv}  :: pronominal adverb form of vanaf + dat
daarvandaan {adv}  :: pronominal adverb form of vandaan + dat
daarvoor {adv}  :: pronominal adverb form of voor + dat
daarvoorbij {adv}  :: pronominal adverb form of voorbij + dat
daarzijn {n} [philosophy, theology]  :: Dasein, existence, presence, being
daas {adj}  :: foolish, dull, silly
daas {m}  :: horse-fly
dactyloscopie {f}  :: dactyloscopy
dactyloscopisch {adj}  :: dactyloscopic
dada {adv} [child language]  :: away
dada {adj}  :: Related to the dada art movement
dada {adj}  :: bizarre, irrational, like dada art
dada {interj} [child language]  :: bye-bye
dada {n}  :: dada, the cultural movement
dadel {f} {m}  :: date (fruit)
dadel {m}  :: date palm
dadelboom {m}  :: date tree, date palm
dadelijk {adv}  :: at once
dadeloos {adj}  :: inaction, idleness
dadelpalm {m}  :: date palm
dadendrang {m}  :: a desire to take action, often to achieve an ambitious goal
dader {m}  :: Perpetrator
dag {m}  :: day (period of 24 hours)
dag {m}  :: daytime (time between sunrise and sunset)
dag {interj}  :: hello, short for goedendag (good day) 'goodday; goodbye'
dag {interj}  :: goodbye, same shortening
dag {f}  :: A piece of rope, used to punish sailors with, on the spot or in running the gauntlet
dag {f}  :: A line used to fasten young sailors while training boarding a hostile ship or climbing the rigging
dag- en nachtevening {noun}  :: alternative spelling of dag-en-nachtevening
dag moeder {interj} [colloquial, emphathic]  :: an interjection indicating indignation
dagblad {n}  :: daily newspaper
dagboek {n}  :: diary
dagdagelijks {adj}  :: day in day out
dagdeel {n}  :: part of the day, time of day
dagdromer {m}  :: daydreamer
dagelijks {adj}  :: daily
dagen {vi}  :: to dawn
dagen {vt}  :: to light, illuminate, color by lighting
dagen {vi}  :: to rise
dagen {vi}  :: to start, begin
dagen {vi}  :: to begin to become understood
dagen {vt} [legal]  :: to subpoena, summon to appear in court
dagen {vt}  :: to call, summon to battle, notably against uproar
dagenlang {adv}  :: for days
dag-en-nachtevening {f}  :: equinox
dageraad {m}  :: dawn, daybreak
dagge {f}  :: A dagger; probably also a spit
dagge {f}  :: A jointer, pointing-trowel
dagge {f}  :: A whipping rope to punish sailors
dagge {f}  :: A line to secure training young sailers
dagjesmens {m}  :: day-tripper
daglicht {n}  :: daylight
dagloner {m}  :: A day-labourer, who works for daily wages, and is employed on daily basis, without mid- or long-term job security
dagloon {n}  :: daily pay, daily wages, as opposed to hourly or long-term
dagloon {n}  :: remuneration
dagobertducktaks {f} [Netherlands, neologism]  :: A type of special tax for the wealthiest
dagreis {f}  :: day trip
dagreis {f}  :: distance travelled in one day [often used as a crude unit of measure]
dagschotel {m}  :: A special, dish which is promoted on the menu of the day in a restaurant, cafeteria etc., as opposed to the a la carte items
dagvaarden {vt}  :: to summon to court, to subpoena
dagvaarding {f}  :: A summons, formal request/order to come/appear
dagvaarding {f} [legal]  :: A subpoena, writ requiring someone to appear in court, e.g. to give testimony
dagvaart {f}  :: juridical summoning to court, subpoena
dagverblijf {n}  :: a place where children or people who have disability are cared for; daycare, nursery
dak {n}  :: roof
dakconcert {n}  :: rooftop concert
dakdekker {m}  :: roofer
dakgoot {f}  :: rain gutter
dakhaas {m} [humorous, euphemistic]  :: cat, often when a cat is referenced as food
dakisolatie {m}  :: insulation of the roof
dakje {noun} [colloquial]  :: A circumflex diacritic
dakkapel {m}  :: dormer, dormer window
daklekkage {f}  :: leakage of the roof
dakloos {adj}  :: homeless
dakloze {noun}  :: homeless person
dakpan {f}  :: roof tile
dakraam {n}  :: roof window
dakriet {n}  :: reed used for thatching roofs
dakterras {n}  :: Roof terrace
daktuin {m}  :: roof garden
dakwerker {m}  :: roofer
dal {n}  :: valley
dal {m}  :: a type of stone to pave the floor with, flagstone
dalen {vi}  :: to descend
dalen {vi}  :: to decrease, drop
daling {f}  :: decline, fall
daling {f}  :: descent
daling {f} [poetic meter]  :: a group of letters which are unstressed
dalmatiek {f}  :: A dalmatic, notably as Catholic liturgic vestment
dalmatiër {m}  :: A canine Dalmatian, a white, black-spotted breed of dog
daltonisme {n}  :: daltonism
dam {m}  :: dam
damassé {n}  :: The fabric damassé, which is woven figured like damask
damast {n}  :: The fabric damask
damast {n}  :: A similarly decorative, 'floral' pattern, notably made on finely worked metal using biting chemicals
damast {adj}  :: alternative form of damasten 'made of damask'
damastachtig {adj}  :: like damask
damasten {adj}  :: made of damask
damastroos {f} [botany]  :: The damask rose, Rosa × damascena, a source of attar and major rose breeding ancestor, notably of hybrid perpetual roses
dambord {n} [checkers]  :: checkerboard, draughtboard
damclub {m}  :: checker club
dame {f}  :: lady
dame {f} [chess]  :: queen
dames gaan voor {proverb}  :: ladies first
damespistooltje {noun}  :: small pistol (literally, lady’s pistol)
damhert {n}  :: fallow deer (Dama dama)
dammen {vi}  :: to play checkers
dammen {n}  :: checkers
dammen {v} [obsolete]  :: to dam
dammer {f} {m}  :: alternative form of damar
dammer {m}  :: A player of checkers
damp {m}  :: vapour (UK), vapor (US)
dampdruk {m}  :: vapor pressure
dampen {vi}  :: to steam, to give off steam or smoke
dampkring {m} [Earth, by extension other planets]  :: atmosphere
dampvormig {adj}  :: vaporous
damspel {n}  :: The board game checkers
damspel {n}  :: A set of board and pieces used for that game
dan {adv}  :: then, at that time (in the future)
dan {adv}  :: then, after that
dan {adv}  :: then, in that case
dan {conj}  :: than (in comparison)
dan {prep}  :: but, except
dan {c}  :: Unit of grading proficiency greater than black-belt in Japanese martial arts
dan en slechts dan als {conj} [logic]  :: if and only if
dan wel {conj}  :: or (often used in conjunction with of)
danig {adj}  :: considerable, serious
danig {adv}  :: completely, thoroughly
dank {m}  :: gratitude, thanks
dank {m}  :: show/token of recognition
dank {m}  :: reward, recompense
dank U {interj} [dated]  :: alternative spelling of dank u
dank je {interj}  :: thank you, thanks
dank je wel {phrase}  :: thank you very much
dank u {interj} [formal]  :: thank you
dank u wel {phrase} [formal]  :: thank you very much
dankbaar {adj}  :: thankful, grateful
dankbaar {adj} [figuratively]  :: gratifying, rewarding
dankbaarheid {f}  :: The quality gratefulness, gratitude
danken {vt}  :: to thank
dankje {interj} [colloquial]  :: alternative spelling of dank je
dankloos {adj}  :: thankless, ungrateful, yielding (little or) no gratitude or reward
dankuwel {interj}  :: alternative spelling of dank u wel
dankwoord {n}  :: A speech of thanks
dankzegging {f}  :: thanksgiving
dankzij {prep}  :: thanks to
dans {m}  :: dance
dansbaar {adj}  :: danceable
dansen {vi}  :: to dance
danser {m}  :: dancer, person who dances
danshuis {n}  :: dancehall
danshuis {n} [slang]  :: brothel
dansmarieke {f}  :: majorette
dansmarieke {f}  :: girl who dances at a carnival celebration
dansplaat {f} [music]  :: a record or CD that contains music suitable for dancing
dansvee {n} [collective, slightly, derogatory]  :: dancers
dansvloer {m}  :: dancefloor
danswoede {f}  :: tarantism
danszaal {f}  :: dancehall
dansziek {adj}  :: prone to dancing, dance-happy
dapper {adj}  :: brave, courageous
dapperheid {f}  :: Courage, braveness as a virtue
dar {m}  :: drone
darink {m}  :: saline peat
darm {m}  :: intestine
darmspoeling {f}  :: enema, clyster
darmstadtium {n}  :: darmstadtium
dart {m}  :: dart
dartel {adj}  :: frisky, frolic, playful, gamesome
dartelen {vi}  :: to frolic, cavort
das {m} [zoology]  :: A badger, various species of genera Meles and Taxidea
das {f}  :: necktie
das {f}  :: scarf
da's {contraction}  :: contraction of dat is
dashond {m}  :: A dachshund, breed of dog ideal for hunting badgers
dasspeld {f}  :: tiepin
dat {determiner}  :: that (neuter); referring to a thing or a person further away
dat {pron} [demonstrative]  :: that, that there
dat {pron} [relative]  :: who, which, that
dat {pron} [exophoric]  :: that, those (regardless of gender and number)
dat {conj}  :: that
dat het een aard heeft {adv} [idiom, adverbial phrase]  :: extremely, intensely, immensely, a lot
dat kan {phrase}  :: that's possible; literally, "that can"
databank {f}  :: database (collection of computer-organised information)
databank {f}  :: databank (organization)
database {f}  :: database
dateline {m} [journalism]  :: dateline
dateren {vt}  :: to date, determine the age (of)
dateren {vi}  :: to date (from), belong to an age
datering {f}  :: dating (process of estimating the age of something)
datief {m} [grammar]  :: dative case
dativus {m} [grammar]  :: the dative case or a word therein
dato {n}  :: the given date
datum {m}  :: date (point in time)
datum {n}  :: datum (piece of information)
datzelfde {pron} [demonstrative]  :: that same, the aforementioned
dauw {m}  :: dew
dauwpunt {n}  :: dewpoint
dauwvorst {m}  :: hoarfrost, rime
d.a.v. {abbr}  :: daaraanvolgend (subsequent)
daven {vi} [obsolete]  :: to rage, to rant
daven {vi} [obsolete]  :: to shake, to tremble, to waver
daveren {vi}  :: to boom, to roar
daveren {vi} [Belgium]  :: to shake, to tremble
dazelen {vi} [dialectal]  :: to talk crazy
dazelen {vi} [dialectal]  :: to act crazy
dazen {vi} [archaic]  :: to talk nonsense, to engage in crazy talk
de {art}  :: the (definite article, masculine and feminine singular, plural)
de- {prefix}  :: de-
de Filistijnen over u {phrase}  :: Said when noisy people (are about to) arrive
de Klerk {prop}  :: surname derived from klerk
de Ruiter {prop}  :: surname which means "the horseman", otherwise it means "the rider" or "the knight"
de Ruyter {prop}  :: surname, an older spelling of de Ruiter
de Vries {prop}  :: surname which means "the West Frisian"; Vries is an older spelling of Fries
de aanhouder wint {phrase}  :: dogged does it; it's persistence that accomplishes something
de beste stuurlui staan aan wal {proverb}  :: It's easy to criticize other people's work when you're not the one doing it. Compare also a backseat driver
de boter gevreten hebben {v}  :: Be unfairly blamed
de brui geven {vi} [idiom]  :: to stop doing [+ aan (object)] [+ van (object)]
de cost gaet voor de baet uyt {proverb} [early 17th century]  :: archaic spelling of de kost gaat voor de baat uit
de daad bij het woord voegen {v}  :: to turn words into action
de dans ontspringen {vi} [idiom]  :: to get away scot-free, to get away with murder
de dood of de gladiolen {phrase} [idiom]  :: all or nothing; do or die (used to indicate a win-or-lose situation with an uncertain outcome)
de duvel en zijn ouwe moer {phrase} [idiom]  :: everybody and his mother; everybody, anybody
de geest geven {vi}  :: to give up the ghost
de geest is uit de fles {phrase} [idiom]  :: the genie's out of the bottle (matters are hard to reverse or beyond control now)
de goede oude tijd {m} [idiomatic]  :: the days of yore
de groeten {interj} [colloquial]  :: no way, screw that, yeah right
de hel breekt los {phrase} [idiomatic]  :: all hell breaks loose
de kat in het donker knijpen {v}  :: to secretly do harm
de kat sturen {phrase}  :: not show up
de kat uit de boom kijken {vi}  :: to wait and see, to not jump right into a situation, but observe and assess first
de klok hebben horen luiden maar niet weten waar de klepel hangt {vi} [idiom]  :: to think one has an understanding of something, but fail to grasp the full story, the real essence or meaning
de kogel is door de kerk {phrase}  :: a decision has been made at last
de kont tegen de krib gooien {vi}  :: to be obstinate, to resist
de kool en de geit sparen {v} [idiom]  :: to compromise in order to keep all parties satisfied, to meet halfway
de kost gaat voor de baat uit {proverb}  :: literally "Costs go before earnings" (Dutch Golden Age proverb). Often used in the same context as English proverb "no pain, no gain"
de krenten uit de pap halen {v} [idiomatic, Netherlands]  :: to cherrypick
de lading dekken {vi}  :: to be an appropriate description (for something)
de pan uit rijzen {vi}  :: to get out of hand, to become excessive
de pest in hebben {vi}  :: to be angry, to be in a bad mood
de plaat poetsen {vi}  :: to leave, to go away
de schijn ophouden {vi}  :: to maintain appearance, to make something appear different from what it really is
de schoen zetten {vi}  :: to put out one's shoe, traditionally at the fireplace, so that Sinterklaas can leave treats in it
de schone schijn ophouden {phrase}  :: keep up appearances
de spuigaten uitlopen {v}  :: not be acceptable
de strijdbijl begraven {v} [idiom]  :: to bury the hatchet, to end hostilities
de teerling is geworpen {phrase} [idiom]  :: the die is cast
de tijd nemen {vi}  :: to take one's time
de tijd zal het leren {proverb}  :: time will tell
de tijd zal 't leren {proverb}  :: time will tell
de wens is de vader van de gedachte {proverb}  :: the wish is father to the thought
de wet voorschrijven {vt}  :: to boss around
deadline {m}  :: deadline
dealen {v}  :: to sell drugs
debacle {mf} {n}  :: debacle
debat {n}  :: debate; argument or discussion, usually in an ordered or formal setting
debatteren {vi}  :: to debate
debiel {adj} [psychology, dated]  :: mildly mentally disabled [formally, with an IQ ranging from 50 to 80]
debiel {adj} [by extension, pejorative]  :: stupid, idiotic
debiel {adj} [archaic]  :: weak, lacking strength or capacity
debiel {m} [psychology, dated]  :: person with a mild mental disability [formally, with an IQ ranging from 50 to 80]
debiel {m} [by extension, pejorative]  :: idiot, imbecile
debiet {n} [hydrology]  :: discharge
debiteur {m}  :: A debtor, party with a debit (due) on an account
debrideren {v}  :: to remove necrotic tissue; to debride
debuteren {vi}  :: to debut, make one's debut
debuut {n}  :: debut
debuutalbum {n}  :: debut album
dec- {prefix} [hydrocarbon chain prefix]  :: dec-
deca- {prefix}  :: deca-
deca-ampère {m}  :: deca-ampere: 10 amperes
decaan {m}  :: dean
decaan {n} [organic compound]  :: decane
decade {f}  :: A decade, period of ten years
decade {f} [history]  :: A décade, 'week' of ten days in the French republican calendar; hence any ten consecutive days
decade {f}  :: A set of ten book volumes, as part of a larger opus
decaseconde {f}  :: decasecond: ten seconds
decasteradiaal {m}  :: decasteradian: 10 steradians
deceen {n} [organic compound]  :: decene
december {m}  :: December
decennium {n}  :: a period of ten years
decentraliseren {vt}  :: to decentralize/decentralise
deceptie {f}  :: disappointment, disillusion (quality of being disappointed)
deceptie {f}  :: something that causes disappointment
deceptie {f} [obsolete]  :: deception, deceit
deci- {prefix}  :: deci-
deciampère {m}  :: deciampere: one tenth of an ampere
decibel {m}  :: decibel
decimeren {vt}  :: to decimate, to weaken
decimeter {m}  :: decimetre: one tenth of a metre
deciseconde {f}  :: decisecond: one tenth of a second
decisteradiaal {m}  :: decisteradian: one tenth of a steradian
declareren {vt}  :: to announce, to declare
declinatie {f} [astronomy]  :: declination
declineren {vt}  :: to decline, to refuse
declineren {vt} [grammar]  :: to decline
decoderen {vt}  :: to decode, transpose a coded message in (intel)legible form
decoderen {vt}  :: to apply technological reversal of encryption, e.g. convert a compressed signal into the final (and original) form
decolleté {n}  :: décolleté, cleavage, a low neckline
decompositie {f}  :: decomposition
decor {n}  :: decor; decoration
decor {n}  :: scenery
decoratie {f}  :: ornamental decoration, such as for various festivities
decoratie {f}  :: honorary decoration, such as a medal
decoratief {adj}  :: decorative
decoreren {vt}  :: to decorate
decreet {n}  :: decree
decyl {n} [organic chemistry]  :: decyl
decyn {n} [organic compound]  :: decyne
deduceren {vt}  :: to deduce
deeg {n}  :: dough
deeg {adj} [archaic]  :: sound, good
deeg {mf} [archaic]  :: benefit, advantage
deegroller {m}  :: A rolling pin, rolling food preparation utensil fit to flatten dough
deel {n}  :: part, piece
deel {n}  :: volume (of a book or album)
deel en heers {phrase}  :: divide and conquer, divide and rule
deel uitmaken van {vt}  :: to be part of
deelbaar {adj}  :: divisible
deelcertificaat {n} [education, Netherlands]  :: certificate demonstrating qualification for a single course or subject at a given level, not for a complete education
deelgemeente {f}  :: part of a municipality with an own government
deelgemeente {f} [in Belgium]  :: part of a municipality, which was formerly an own municipality and is now part of a fusiegemeente
deelgenoot {m}  :: someone who shares something with you, an associate
deelname {f}  :: participation
deelnemen {vi}  :: to take part, to partake, to participate
deelnemer {m}  :: participant
deelneming {f}  :: participation
deelneming {f}  :: sympathy, condolence
deels {adv}  :: partly
deelstaat {m}  :: state - of a federation or confederation
deelteken {n} [mathematics]  :: division sign
deelteken {n}  :: diaresis
deeltijds {adj}  :: part-time
deeltje {noun}  :: particle
deeltjesfysica {f} [science]  :: The natural science branch particle physics, which studies the basic composition of particles of matter
deeltjesversneller {m} [physics]  :: particle accelerator
deelverzameling {f} [set theory]  :: subset
deelwoord {n} [grammar]  :: A participle, either of two forms of a verb
deem {m} [Brabantian]  :: dumb person
deemoedigen {vt}  :: to humble
deemster {m}  :: twilight
deemstering {f}  :: dusk, twilight
deerne {f} [archaic, poetic, endearing in some areas, pejorative in others]  :: girl
deerne {f} [archaic]  :: maidservant, maid
deerne {f} [pejorative]  :: promiscuous woman
deernis {f}  :: pity, compassion
deerniswekkend {adj}  :: meagre (UK), meager (US), paltry
deerniswekkend {adj}  :: pitiful, pathetic
defaitisme {n}  :: defeatism, acceptance of defeat or other misery without struggle
defaitist {m}  :: defeatist
defecatie {f} [medicine]  :: defecation
defect {adj}  :: broken, not working
defenestreren {v}  :: to defenestrate
defensief {adj}  :: defensive
defilé {n} [military]  :: parade, procession[2]
definiëren {vt}  :: to define
definitie {f}  :: definition (i.e. statement of the meaning of a term)
definitief {adj}  :: definitive, conclusive
definitief {adj}  :: final
deftig {adj}  :: stylish, distinguished (showing high social class)
deftig {adj}  :: pompous
degelijk {adj}  :: sound, solid
degelijk {adj}  :: honest
degelijk {adv}  :: roundly, squarely
degen {m} [fencing]  :: epee
degen {m} [archaic]  :: hero, warrior, soldier
degene {pron}  :: that one who
degenen {pron}  :: those
degustatie {f} [Belgium]  :: winetasting
dehydratie {f}  :: dehydration
deinen {vi}  :: to bob (to move up and down with the motion of waves)
deining {f}  :: swell (of the ocean)
deining {f} [figuratively]  :: unrest
dek {n}  :: surface
dek {n}  :: deck
dekbed {n}  :: duvet
deken {f}  :: A blanket, warm textile cover
deken {f} [figuratively]  :: A blanket, covering layer
deken {n}  :: The permanent flooring of a fishery vessel
deken {m}  :: A dean, certain priestly offices
deken {m}  :: presiding over a chapter, as in a cathedral or collegiate church
deken {m}  :: pastoral chief in a part of a diocese comprising several parishes
deken {m}  :: A chairman in certain professional corporations
deken {m}  :: A doyen, eldest, as in the corps diplomatique
deken {m}  :: Some other presiding officers, e.g. of a neighborhood
dekhengst {m}  :: stallion, male stud horse (male horse kept for breeding)
dekhengst {m}  :: stallion, sex machine
dekken {vt}  :: to cover
dekken {vt}  :: to set (the table)
dekken {vt}  :: to impregnate (horses, cows)
dekking {f}  :: cover
dekking {f}  :: (animals) mating
dekking {f}  :: (insurance) coverage
deklast {m}  :: cargo stored on a ship's deck
deklat {f} [Belgium]  :: crossbar
dekmantel {m}  :: coverup (only used figuratively)
deksel {n} {m}  :: lid (top or cover of a container)
deksels {interj} [dated]  :: darn!
deksels {interj} [dated]  :: boy!
del {n}  :: dune valley
del {n}  :: dell, small depression in a landscape
del {f}  :: trollop, floozie
delegeren {v}  :: to delegate
delen {vt}  :: to divide, to split
delen {vt}  :: to share
delen {vt} [arithmetic]  :: to divide
deler {m} [arithmetic]  :: divisor
deler {m}  :: dealer (cardgames)
deleten {vt}  :: to delete
delfstof {f}  :: mineral
delfstoffelijk {adj}  :: mineral, pertaining to mineral resources
delfstofkunde {f}  :: mineralogy
delgen {vt}  :: to void
delgen {vt}  :: to pay off
delict {n}  :: crime
delier {n}  :: delirium
delirium {n}  :: delirium
delta {f}  :: The Greek letter delta
delta {f}  :: A river delta, a network of one or more rivers and tributaries pouring out into a larger body of water
deltaplan {n} [Netherlands]  :: A high-priority government project aimed at fundamentally addressing a societal risk or problem
delven {vt}  :: to delve, dig, excavate
demagogie {f}  :: demagoguery
demagogisch {adj}  :: demagogic
demagoog {m}  :: A demagogue
dement {adj}  :: demented
dementie {f}  :: dementia, dotage
demissionair {adj}  :: demissionary
demiurg {m}  :: Any being that made the universe out of primal matter, demiurge
democraat {m}  :: democrat, supporter of democracy
democratie {f} [uncountable, countable]  :: democracy
democratisch {adj}  :: democratic
democratisering {f}  :: democratisation (UK); democratization (US)
democratuur {f}  :: a democracy with many characteristics of a dictatorship or a dictatorship with superficial characteristics of a democracy; an authoritarian democracy or pseudo-democracy
demoduleren {vt}  :: to demodulate
demokratie {f}  :: superseded spelling of democratie
demokratisch {adj}  :: superseded spelling of democratisch
demo-liberaal {adj} [historical, pejorative, dated]  :: liberal democratic [seen as too rationalistic or egalitarian]
demon {m}  :: demon
demonstrant {m}  :: demonstrator
demonstratie {f}  :: demonstration, demo
demonstratie {f}  :: demonstration (showing or explaining of something)
demonstratie {f}  :: demonstration (group protest)
demonstratief {adj}  :: demonstrative, expressive
demonstreren {vt}  :: to demonstrate
demonteerbaar {adj}  :: dismountable
demotie {f}  :: demotion
demotiveren {vt}  :: to demotivate, to discourage
dempen {vt}  :: to diminish, to dampen, to subdue, to make faint or less pronounced
dempen {vt}  :: to fill in, to put material into to reduce depth
demper {m}  :: damper
demper {m}  :: suppressor, silencer
den {m}  :: pine, pine tree
den {art} [archaic]  :: Dative singular masculine form of de
den {art} [archaic]  :: Dative singular neuter form of het
den {art} [archaic]  :: Dative plural form (for all genders) of de and het
den {art} [archaic]  :: Accusative singular masculine form of de
den {art} [Southern Dutch, dialectal]  :: Masculine singular definite article, alternative form of de
denderen {vi}  :: to roar, to make a thunderous noise
denim {n}  :: denim
denkbaar {adj}  :: conceivable, thinkable
denkbeeld {n}  :: idea
denkbeeldig {adj}  :: imaginary
denken {vi}  :: to think [+ aan (object) = about, of]
denker {m}  :: thinker
denkfout {f} {m}  :: thinking error
denkpiste {f} [Belgium]  :: hypothesis, hypothetical explanation
denkpiste {f} [Belgium]  :: proposal, plan
denkraam {n}  :: mental framework, frame of reference
denkrimpel {m}  :: a wrinkle that becomes visible when a person is deep in thought and furrows their forehead, brow in centration
denneappel {m}  :: superseded spelling of dennenappel
denneboom {m} [superseded]  :: pine tree
dennenappel {m}  :: pinecone
dennenboom {m}  :: Official spelling of denneboom
denominatie {f} [literally]  :: A denomination, designation
denominatie {f} [chiefly religion, also politics]  :: A denomination; an organised religious association, an organised faction or formal ideological tendency
denominatie {f}  :: A monetary or other financial denomination, the nominal value on a coin, banknote, stock or bond
denominatie {f} [obsolete]  :: A (list of) nomination(s), e.g. as candidate
denominatie {f} [obsolete]  :: A naming
denominatie {f} [obsolete]  :: A constatation
dentist {m}  :: dentist
deo {m}  :: deodorant
deplorabel {adj}  :: pitiful
deponeren {vt}  :: to deposit, lay down
deportatie {f}  :: deportation
deporteren {vt}  :: to deport
depot {f} {m}  :: a depot, a storage warehouse
depot {f} {m}  :: a compound
depressie {f}  :: A physical depression
depressie {f}  :: A psychologically 'low' state of mind, producing serious long-term lowering of enjoyment
depressie {f}  :: A low physical pressure
depressie {f}  :: A meteorological depression, (area of) low air pressure
depressie {f}  :: A long low in the economic situation
depressie {f}  :: A downward pressure, position or movement
depressief {adj}  :: depressed
depressiviteit {f}  :: tendency towards depression
depri {adj}  :: abbreviation of depressief
deprimeren {vt}  :: to depress, to sadden, to deject
der {adv}  :: there
-der {suffix}  :: Alternative form of -er, used with words ending in -r, and sometimes -l and -n
deracineren {v}  :: to deracinate
derde {adj}  :: third
derde {n}  :: a third (part)
derde {noun}  :: third party
derde naamval {m} [grammar]  :: dative case
derde stand {m}  :: The third estate, the commoners as a represented (mainly bourgeoisie and/or cities as such) feudal estate below the privileged nobility and clergy; often excluding an even lowlier fourth estate, which is denied representation
deren {vt}  :: to harm
dergelijk {determiner}  :: such, similar
dergelijk {determiner}  :: of that kind
derhalve {adv}  :: therefore
derivaat {n}  :: derivative (something derived)
dermate {adv}  :: so (to such an extent)
dermatologie {f}  :: dermatology
dermatoloog {m}  :: dermatologist, someone who is skilled in, professes or practices the medical specialism dermatology
derogatie {f} [legal]  :: derogation of a law or part of a law either temporarily or permanently
derogeren {vt}  :: to repeal, to annul (a law or a tradition)
derrie {f} [now, chiefly specialist, geology, geography]  :: peat contaminated with clay
derrie {f}  :: goop, slime, muck
dertien {num}  :: thirteen
dertien in een dozijn {adj} [idiomatic]  :: So common as to be practically worthless, dime a dozen
dertiende {adj}  :: thirteenth
dertien-in-een-dozijn {adj}  :: dime a dozen, run-of-the-mill
dertig {num}  :: thirty
derven {vt} [archaic]  :: to lack, want
des {conj}  :: the ... the (used as an intensifier to indicate the degree of an action)
des- {prefix}  :: des-
des- {prefix}  :: dis-
des avonds {adv}  :: archaic spelling of 's avonds
des huizes {noun}  :: definite genitive of huis: of the house, household, family
des lands {phrase}  :: archaic spelling of 's lands
des middags {adv}  :: archaic spelling of 's middags
des morgens {adv}  :: archaic spelling of 's morgens
des nachts {adv}  :: archaic spelling of 's nachts
des ochtends {adv}  :: archaic spelling of 's ochtends
des te meer {phrase}  :: the more..
des werelds {phrase}  :: archaic spelling of 's werelds
des winters {adv}  :: archaic spelling of 's winters
des zomers {adv}  :: archaic spelling of 's zomers
desalniettemin {adv}  :: nevertheless (in spite of what preceded)
desambigueren {vt}  :: to disambiguate
desastreus {adj}  :: disastrous
desempaco {m}  :: a wise man, someone who is extremely knowledgeable
deserteren {vt}  :: to desert
desgevraagd {adv} [formal]  :: when requested, upon request
desgewenst {adv} [formal]  :: if desired, when wished for, optionally
design {n}  :: design
designer {m}  :: designer
desinfecteren {vt}  :: to disinfect
desinformatie {f}  :: disinformation (dissemination of intentionally false information)
desktop {m} [computer hardware]  :: desktop computer
desktop {m} [graphical user interface]  :: main graphical user interface of a system
deskundig {adj}  :: highly capable, expert
deskundige {noun}  :: expert
deïsme {n}  :: deism
desnoods {adv}  :: if need be
desondanks {adv}  :: despite that, nevertheless
desoriëntatie {f}  :: disorientation
desoriënteren {vt}  :: to disorientate
desoxyribonucleïnezuur {n}  :: deoxyribonucleic acid
desp. {abbr}  :: despotaat
dessert {n}  :: dessert
deïst {m}  :: deist
destalinisatie {f}  :: destalinization
destijds {adv}  :: then (at that time)
destillatie {f}  :: distillation (separation of a substance)
destilleren {v}  :: alternative spelling of distilleren
deïstisch {adj}  :: deistic
detacheren {vt}  :: to deploy, to assign
detacheringsbedrijf {n}  :: a contracting company
detail {n}  :: detail
detailhandel {m}  :: retail business
detecteerbaar {adj}  :: detectable
detecteren {vt}  :: to detect
detector {m}  :: detector
detentie {f}  :: detention, custody
detineren {vt}  :: to detain
detonator {m}  :: detonator
deugd {f}  :: virtue
deugdelijk {adj}  :: sound, solid
deugdgezinde {m} [archaic, chiefly plural]  :: One who practices or supports virtue
deugdrijk {adj}  :: virtuous, abundant in virtue
deugdzaam {adj}  :: decent, virtuous
deugen {vi}  :: to be good, well-behaved or moral etc..
deugen {vi}  :: to be of good quality
deugniet {m}  :: (originally) good-for-nothing
deugniet {m}  :: (usually) rascal, scamp, a naughty boy
deugniet {m}  :: (term of endearment) knave, amusing boy
deuk {f}  :: dent
deun {m}  :: tune
deur {f}  :: door
deurbel {f}  :: doorbell
deurduim {m}  :: axis of a door hinge, connected to the doorpost
deurgreep {m}  :: a fixed bar-like door handle
deurhamer {m}  :: doorknocker (device for knocking on a door)
deurklink {f}  :: door handle
deurklopper {m}  :: doorknocker (device for knocking on a door)
deurknop {m}  :: doorknob
deurmat {f}  :: doormat
deuropening {f}  :: door opening
deurpost {c}  :: doorpost
deurraam {n}  :: doorframe
deurraam {n}  :: window or window frame in a door
deurstijl {m}  :: doorpost, door pillar
deuterium {n}  :: deuterium
deuteriumkern {f} [physics]  :: deuteron, deuterium nucleus
deuteron {n} [physics]  :: deuteron, deuterium nucleus
deuvel {m}  :: wooden dowel, small wooden peg in woodworking used for connecting pieces of wood
deuvik {m} [obsolete]  :: bung (plug for a barrel)
devies {n}  :: motto, slogan, watchword
devies {n} [finance]  :: security (proof for ownership of bonds)
devoot {adj}  :: devout, pious
devotielicht {n}  :: votive candle
dewijl {conj}  :: because
dewijl {conj} [obsolete]  :: while
deze {determiner}  :: this (masculine, feminine); referring to a thing or a person closer by
deze {determiner}  :: these (plural); referring to things or people closer by
dezelfde {determiner}  :: the same (used to modify non-neuter nouns)
dezen {pron} [referring to a person]  :: plural of deze
di- {prefix}  :: Meaning two, twice or double
dia {m} [photography]  :: slide
diabeet {mf}  :: diabetic (person)
diabetes {m}  :: diabetes
diabetica {f}  :: female person with diabetes
diabeticus {m}  :: diabetic (person)
diabolisch {adj}  :: diabolic (showing wickedness typical of a devil)
diaconessenhuis {n}  :: deaconess-house
diaconie {f} [Protestantism]  :: a legal person responsible for the ecclesiastical administration of charity
diafragma {n}  :: aperture (something which restricts the diameter of the light path through one plane in an optical system)
diafragma {n}  :: diaphragm: the muscle between thorax and abdomen needed for breething
diagenese {f} [geology]  :: diagenesis
diagnosticeren {vt}  :: to diagnose, to determine the root cause of a problem
diagram {n}  :: diagram
diaken {m} [Protestantism]  :: deacon, person involved in an ecclesiastical lay office for social affairs and charity
diaken {m} [Roman Catholicism]  :: deacon, male in an unordained clerical office qualified for parish work
dialect {n}  :: dialect
dialect {n}  :: slang
dialectologie {f}  :: dialectology (the study of dialects)
dialoog {m}  :: dialogue, conversation or other discourse between two interlocutors
dialyse {f}  :: dialysis
diamagnetisch {adj} [physics]  :: diamagnetic
diamagnetisme {n} [physics]  :: diamagnetism
diamant {n} [mineral]  :: diamond (substance)
diamant {m}  :: a diamond
diamant {m} [uncountable, printing, dated]  :: The size of type between kwart cicero and parel, equivalent to English brilliant and standardized as 4 point
diameter {m}  :: diameter (length of diametrical chord)
diarree {f}  :: diarrhea
diastole {f} [physiology]  :: diastole
dicht {adj}  :: thick, tight, dense
dicht {adj}  :: close
dicht {adj}  :: closed, shut
dicht {n} [literary]  :: poem
dicht {n} [archaic, literary]  :: poetry
dichtbij {adj}  :: close, nearby
dichtbinden {vt}  :: to tie up
dichtbundel {m}  :: anthology of poems
dichtdoen {vt}  :: to close
dichten {vt}  :: to close
dichten {vt}  :: to stop up
dichten {vi}  :: to compose a poem
dichter {m}  :: poet
dichteres {f}  :: female poet; a poetess
dichtheid {f}  :: density
dichtkunst {f}  :: poetry
dichtslaan {v} [ergative]  :: to slam shut, to be slammed shut
dichtslaan {vi}  :: to lose composure or become confused so that one becomes unable to react
dichtstbijzijnd {adj}  :: closest, nearest
dictator {m}  :: dictator (bossy senses)
dictatuur {f}  :: dictatorship
dictee {n}  :: dictation (the process of speaking for someone else to write down the words)
didgeridoo {m}  :: didgeridoo
die {determiner}  :: that (masculine, feminine); referring to a thing or a person further away
die {determiner}  :: those (plural); referring to things or people further away
die {pron} [relative]  :: who, whom, which, that
diedenweg {m}  :: prehistoric road
dieet {n}  :: diet
dief {m}  :: A thief, who steals
dief {m} [figuratively]  :: Any profit-seeking crook, e.g. a corrupt or 'partially budgetting' politician
diefijzer {n}  :: set of metal bars on a window
diefstal {m}  :: theft
diefte {f} [obsolete or dialectal]  :: theft
diegene {pron}  :: he who, she who
diegenen {pron}  :: those who, those which
dien {pron} [archaic]  :: whom; accusative singular masculine form of die
dienaar {m}  :: servant
dienblad {n}  :: service tray, as used to present and serve dishes, drinks etc
diender {mf}  :: police officer
dienen {vt}  :: to serve
dienen {v} [auxiliary, with te]  :: to ought to, to be to, be expected to
diens {determiner} [demonstrative]  :: his, the latter's (genitive masculine and neuter singular of die)
dienst {m}  :: service
dienstbode {c}  :: servant
dienstenproletariaat {n}  :: service proletariat (impoverished class of low-waged and/or precariously employed service workers)
dienstensector {m} [economy]  :: service sector (tertiary sector)
dienster {f}  :: waitress, female server
dienstig {adj}  :: useful
dienstplicht {f}  :: conscription
dienstplichtig {adj} [military]  :: drafted, conscripted
dienstplichtige {m}  :: draftee, non-volunteer (para)military recruit
dienstrooster {n}  :: duty-roster
dienstverlening {f}  :: (provision of) services
diep {adj}  :: deep, down low
diep {adj}  :: profound
dieperik {m}  :: depth, any deep place, or in particular, drop
dieperik {m} [uncommon, Netherlands, dated, art]  :: individual, usually an art critic, considered to be overly concerned with finding deep meanings
diepgaand {adj}  :: profound, thorough
diepgang {m}  :: profundity
dieplader {m}  :: lowboy semi-trailer, low loader
dieplood {n}  :: A lead or plummet fixed to a sounding line or lead line
diepspoeler {m}  :: plateau-less toilet
diepte {f}  :: depth
dieptepunt {n}  :: low point, nadir
diepvries {m}  :: deep-freezing
diepvries {m}  :: freezer
diepvries {adj}  :: deep-frozen
diepvrieskast {f}  :: a freezer
diepvriezen {vt}  :: to deep-freeze
diepvriezer {m}  :: a freezer
diepzinnig {adj}  :: (spiritually) profound
dier {n}  :: animal
dier {determiner} [demonstrative]  :: her, their, the latter's (genitive feminine singular and genitive plural of die)
dier {adj} [dialectal, archaic]  :: alternative form of duur
dierbaar {adj}  :: dear, prized by someone
dierbaar {adj} [archaic]  :: precious, of great value
dierbaar {adj} [obsolete]  :: pricy
dierbaar {adj}  :: (in devotional circles) highly/morally moving, touching
dierenarts {mf}  :: A veterinarian; mostly used for one treating pets
dierenbescherming {f}  :: protection of animals: i.e., (defense of) animal rights
dierenbeul {m}  :: one who deliberately ill-treats / torments animals
dierendag {m}  :: animal day (World Animal Day, celebrated on 4 October)
dierenmishandeling {f}  :: animal abuse
dierenpsycholoog {m}  :: animal psychologist
dierenrechten {p}  :: animal rights
dierenriem {m}  :: zodiac
dierenrijk {n}  :: animal kingdom
dierentuin {m}  :: zoo
diergaarde {f} [dated]  :: zoo
diergeneeskunde {f}  :: veterinary medicine
dierhalve {adv}  :: obsolete form of derhalve
dierkunde {f}  :: zoology
dierlijk {adj} [literally]  :: animal -, relating to fauna
dierlijk {adj}  :: made of animal(s) (parts), such as furs and edible species
dierlijk {adj} [pejorative]  :: beastly, subhuman etc
dierlijk {adj} [figuratively]  :: instinctive, primitive
dieronterend {adj}  :: Violating the dignity of animals; extremely degrading to animals
dierrijk {adj}  :: having many animals, full of animals
diersoort {f}  :: animal species
diesel {m}  :: diesel
dieselgate {prop} {c} [colloquial]  :: The Volkswagen emissions scandal about diesel vehicles, often extended to revelations of similar practices by other automakers at the time
diesellocomotief {mf}  :: diesel locomotive
dieselolie {f}  :: diesel
dieseltrein {m}  :: diesel train
diet {n}  :: people, folk
diet {n}  :: person
dievegge {f}  :: female thief
dieventaal {f}  :: thieves' cant
dieverij {f}  :: thieving, thievery; mostly used outside the judicial context
differentiaalrekening {f} [chiefly uncountable]  :: differential calculus
differentiaalvergelijking {f}  :: differential equation
differentiëren {vi}  :: to differentiate, to show a distinction
differentiëren {vt} [mathematics]  :: to differentiate (calculate a derivative)
diftong {f}  :: diphthong (a complex vowel sound)
digereren {vt} [archaic]  :: to tolerate, to stand, to endure
digereren {vt} [archaic]  :: to digest
digestief {adj}  :: digestive
digestief {n}  :: digestive
digibeet {m}  :: person who is computer- and digital media-illiterate
digitaal {adj}  :: digital
digitale camera {f}  :: digital camera (still or moving)
digitaliseren {vt}  :: to digitalize/digitalise
dij {f}  :: thigh
dij {pron} [archaic, personal pronoun]  :: Second-person singular, objective: thee
dijbeen {n}  :: thighbone, femur
dijk {m}  :: dike, levee, seawall
dijkbewaking {f}  :: the act of guarding a dike during a storm
dijker {m} [historical, Amsterdam]  :: a type of working-class nozem from Amsterdam inspired by pop culture and rock 'n' roll, similar to a rocker
dijkgraaf {m} [Netherlands]  :: head of a water board
dijkleger {n}  :: organisation of inspectors who patrol dikes at highwater or patrol duty during periods of highwater
dijkramp {f}  :: cramp in the thigh
dijkramp {m}  :: disaster involving damage to or collapse of a dyke
dijkschouw {f} {m}  :: (annual) inspection of dikes
dijkwacht {m}  :: the act of guarding a dike during a storm
dijkwacht {m}  :: a dike guard; someone who does the above
dik {adj}  :: thick
dik {adj}  :: fat
dik {adv}  :: fatly, thickly
dik {adv} [modifying "tevreden"]  :: well, rather, considerably
dikhoornschaap {n}  :: bighorn sheep
dikhuid {m}  :: elephant
dikhuidig {adj}  :: thick-skinned
dikke vinger {interj} [Netherlands, vulgar, pejorative]  :: Impolite way of turning down a request or expressing disagreement: fuck off, get lost
dikken {vi}  :: to thicken, to become thicker
dikkenek {m} [Belgium]  :: arrogant, haughty, supercilious person
dikkerd {m} [pejorative]  :: fatty
dikkop {m}  :: A person with a big / fat head
dikkop {m}  :: A tadpole, a frog or toad in its larval stage
dikoor {c} [Belgian]  :: mumps
dikwijls {adv}  :: often (frequently, many times)
dikzak {m} [derogatory]  :: fatass
dilemma {n}  :: dilemma [between two alternatives]
dilettant {m}  :: dilettante
dilettant {m}  :: amateur
dilettantisch {adj}  :: Like a dilettant(e), amateurish
dille {f}  :: dill (herb)
dimensie {f}  :: dimension (measure of spatial or analogous extent)
dimensionaal {adj}  :: dimensional
dimensioneel {adj}  :: alternative spelling of dimensionaal
dimmen {vt}  :: to dim, to make darker (especially a light)
dimmen {vi} [colloquial]  :: to tone down oneself, to pipe down, to be quiet
diner {n}  :: dinner, supper
dineren {vi}  :: to have a meal in the evening
dineren {vi}  :: to dine, to have dinner
ding {n}  :: matter, thing
dingdag {m} [historical]  :: court session
dingdag {m} [historical]  :: court day
dingen {vt}  :: to solicit
dinges {m} {n} [object]  :: thingamajig, whatchamacallit
dinges {m} {n} [person]  :: whatshisname, whatshername
dinges {interj}  :: Said when one can't or is too busy or distracted to think of the proper thing to say
dinosauriër {m}  :: dinosaur
dinosaurus {m}  :: dinosaur
dinsdag {m}  :: Tuesday
dinsdagdip {c} [slang]  :: Suicide Tuesday, that is, a delayed hangover occurring especially on Tuesdays due to the use of MDMA or similar drugs during the weekend
dioxide {n}  :: dioxide
dioxyde {n}  :: superseded spelling of dioxide
dip {c} [colloquial]  :: A minor depression, a short-lived sadness
diploïd {adj}  :: diploid (of a cell, having a pair of each type of chromosome)
diploma {n}  :: diploma
diplomaat {m}  :: A diplomat, accredited in diplomacy
diplomaat {m}  :: A diplomatic person, who shows tact and insight
diplomatie {f}  :: diplomacy
diplomatiek {adj}  :: diplomatic
dipool {f} [physics]  :: dipole
dipoolterm {m} [physics]  :: dipole term
diptiek {f} {n}  :: diptych
direct {adj}  :: direct
direct {adv}  :: immediately
directeur {m}  :: general manager, CEO
directie {f}  :: management (administration; the process or practice of managing)
directoraat {n}  :: A directorate, the position of directeur (director), a term as such
directoraat {n}  :: A directorate, department run by (a) director(s)
directrice {m}  :: female general manager, CEO
dirigent {m}  :: A conductor, person who musically directs an orchestra, choir or other music ensemble
dirigent {m} [figuratively]  :: A director, person pulling the strings
dirigeren {vt}  :: to direct, to lead
dirigeren {vt} [music]  :: to conduct, to musically direct an orchestra, choir or other ensemble
dirigeren {vt} [archaic]  :: to address, to send (to)
dirigeren {vt} [obsolete]  :: to organize, to establish
dis {m} [dated]  :: table
dis {m} [rare]  :: meal, dish
dis- {prefix}  :: dis-
disch {m}  :: obsolete spelling of dis
discipel {m}  :: disciple
disciplinair {adj}  :: disciplinary (pertaining to sanction, discipline)
discipline {f}  :: discipline, self-control
discipline {f}  :: discipline, regime of forcing compliance
discipline {f}  :: discipline, sanction
discipline {f}  :: discipline, branch
disciplineren {vt}  :: to discipline (to subject to sanction or discipline, to punish)
disciplineren {vt}  :: to discipline (to instill discipline, to make conform to discipline)
discoganger {m}  :: disco-goer, someone who goes to a disco
discontinuïteit {c}  :: discontinuity
discotheek {f}  :: discotheque
discours {n}  :: discourse (way of thinking involving certain concepts and terms)
discours {n}  :: discourse (exposition of some length)
discreet {adj}  :: discreet
discreet {adj}  :: discrete
discrepantie {f}  :: discrepancy (inconsistency)
discretie {f}  :: discretion (the quality of being discreet or circumspect)
discriminant {m} [algebra]  :: discriminant
discrimineren {vi}  :: to discriminate (making decisions based on prejudice)
discus {m}  :: discus
discussie {f}  :: discussion, debate
discussiëren {vt}  :: to discuss
discuswerpen {n} [sports]  :: discus throw
disgenoot {m}  :: A table companion, one of several people seated and eating at the same dinner table
diskette {f} [computer hardware]  :: floppy disk, diskette
diskettestation {n} [computer hardware]  :: floppy drive
diskrediet {n}  :: discredit
display {f} {n}  :: display (2)
disputatie {f}  :: dispute, argument
disputeren {vt}  :: to dispute
dissectie {f}  :: dissection, autopsy
dissectie {f} [by extension]  :: thorough examination, investigation or exposition
disselboom {m}  :: the drawbar of a wagon, car or coach
dissen {vi}  :: to leave, to go away
dissen {vt}  :: to diss (to overwhelm someone with words)
dissertatie {f}  :: dissertation
dissident {mf}  :: dissident
dissociatie {f}  :: dissociation (act of dissociating)
distel {m}  :: thistle
distelvink {m}  :: European goldfinch, Carduelis carduelis
distilleren {vt}  :: to distill
distilleren {vt}  :: to deduce, to extract (from words)
distomatose {f} [medicine]  :: fascioliasis
distributie {f}  :: A distribution, the act, process or an instance of distributing or being distributed, including the marketing and logistic senses of wide deliveries
distributie {f}  :: Publicly controlled assignment/delivery of restricted goods, notably under rationing
distributie {f}  :: An agency in charge of the above
distributie {f}  :: Physical transmission of motion or energy
district {n}  :: district
distro {m}  :: distro
dit {determiner}  :: this (neuter); referring to a thing or a person closer by
dit {pron} [demonstrative]  :: this, this here
ditmaal {adv}  :: this time
dito {adj}  :: aforesaid, named
dito {adj}  :: identical
dito {n} [following a numeral]  :: indicating the same month as above
dito {n}  :: ditto, the aforesaid day or date
dito {adv}  :: ditto, aforesaid, such
diva {f}  :: A diva
divers {adj}  :: diverse
divers {adj} [in the plural]  :: several
diversen {p} [plurale tantum]  :: miscellanies, sundry items
divisie {f}  :: division (specific senses)
divisie {f} [military]  :: a large military unit, usually with over 15,000 soldiers and divided into brigades
divisie {f} [business]  :: a section of a company
divisie {f} [sports]  :: a part of a sports competition
divisie {f} [mathematics]  :: the process or calculation of dividing numbers
divisie {f} [grammar]  :: hyphen
dizuurstof {c} [chemistry]  :: dioxygen
djembé {m}  :: A djembe, large hand drum played with both hands
djihaad {m} [Islam]  :: struggle, effort
djihaad {m} [Islam, sometimes stereotypical]  :: holy war, when (perceived to be) undertaken by Muslims
dju {interj} [Brabant]  :: expression of disappointment or upsetness
d.m.v. {abbr}  :: door middel van
do {mf}  :: do, the musical note
do {mf} [Belgium]  :: C, the musical note
dobbelen {vi}  :: to throw dice
dobbelen {vi}  :: to gamble in a dice game
dobbelsteen {m}  :: dice, polyhedron used in games of chance
dobber {m}  :: float (used when fishing)
dobberen {vi}  :: to float in or on water or another fluid, generally without much control over direction
docent {m}  :: teacher, docent
docente {f}  :: Female teacher
doceren {vt}  :: to teach, to instruct
doch {conj}  :: yet, but, still, on the contrary, no, yes
doch {conj}  :: but rather
dochter {f}  :: daughter
doctor {m}  :: doctor (person who has attained a doctorate)
doctoraat {n}  :: doctorate
doctoranda {m} [historical]  :: female doctorandus
doctorandus {m} [historical]  :: doctorandus
doctorsgraad {m}  :: doctorate
doctrine {f}  :: doctrine
document {n}  :: document
documentaire {m}  :: A documentary (production, publication etc.)
documentatie {f}  :: documentation (documents that explain the operation of a particular software program)
documenteren {vt}  :: to document
doddelen {v} [Brabantian]  :: stammer
dode {noun}  :: A deceased person
dode {noun}  :: A casualty, victim of a fatal killing, illness, accident etc
dodecaëder {m}  :: dodecahedron
dodecaphonist {m} [music]  :: An obsolete form of dodecafonist: dodecaphonist, practicioner or proponent of dodecaphony, i.e. use of the dodecaphonic musical scale, which has twelve tones per octave
dodelijk {adj}  :: deadly, lethal
doden {vt}  :: to kill
dodenakker {m} [formal, poetic]  :: graveyard, churchyard
dodenmis {mf}  :: requiem (Catholic mass in honor and remembrance of a deceased person)
dodenrijk {n}  :: realm of the dead, underworld
dodental {n}  :: death toll, number of deaths, death tally
dodentol {m} [Belgium]  :: death toll
dodenwake {f}  :: wake
doder {m}  :: killer
dodo {m}  :: dodo, †Raphus cucullatus
dodo {m} [Belgium, child language]  :: Sleep, nighty night
doe wel en zie niet om {proverb}  :: do well and fear not
doedelzak {m}  :: The musical wind instrument bagpipes
doedelzakspeler {m}  :: A piper, who plays the bagpipes
doeg {interj} [Netherlands]  :: bye
doei {interj} [Netherlands]  :: bye, goodbye
doejong {m}  :: dugong (Dugong dugon)
doek {m} {n}  :: cloth, linen, fabric
doek {m}  :: a piece of cloth
doek {n}  :: screen, curtain (at the theater)
doek {n}  :: canvas
doek {n}  :: painting on canvas
doeken {v} [dialectal]  :: to wrap in sheets or blankets
doeken {v} [obsolete]  :: to cheat, to scam, to defraud
doekje voor het bloeden {n}  :: band-aid, a make-shift solution that fails to address the underlying problem
doekoe {n} [slang]  :: money
doekoen {c}  :: dukun, a Javan or Malay witch doctor or folk healer
doel {n}  :: aim, purpose
doel {n}  :: destination
doel {n} [sports]  :: goal
doelbewust {adj}  :: purposeful, deliberate
doelbewust {adj}  :: resolute, determined
doelbewust {adv}  :: purposefully
doeleinde {n}  :: aim, objective
doelen {vi}  :: to aim [+ op (object) = for, at]
doelen {vi}  :: to allude, hint [+ op (object) = to, at]
doelgroep {f} {m}  :: target group
doelloos {adj}  :: aimless
doelman {m} [sports]  :: male goalie, male goal keeper
doelmatig {adj}  :: effective, efficacious
doelmatig {adj}  :: suitable, appropriate
doelmond {f}  :: goalmouth
doelpunt {n}  :: Goal (scoring in sport)
doelrationaliteit {f}  :: instrumental rationality, zweckrationality
doelrationeel {adj}  :: zweckrational
doelsaldo {n}  :: goal difference
doelschop {m} [football]  :: goal kick
doelstelling {f}  :: objective
doeltreffend {adj}  :: effective, producing the desired effect
doelverdediger {m} [sports]  :: goalie, goal keeper
doelvrouw {f} [sports]  :: female goalie, goal keeper
doelwachter {m} [sports]  :: goalie, goal keeper
doelwit {n}  :: target (e.g. of a controversy), prey
doem {m}  :: doom, condemnation
doem en gloem {adj} [idiomatic]  :: doom and gloom
doemen {vt}  :: to doom, to condemn
doemprofeet {m}  :: doomsayer
doen {vt}  :: to do
doen {vt}  :: to put
doen {v} [auxiliary]  :: to cause to, to make; forms causative verbs
doen {v} [with elkaar + indefinite pronoun, sometimes with postpositioned onder]  :: to be different; to make a difference
doen {v} [colloquial, with an adjective]  :: to behave or act in some way
doen {n}  :: routine
doen alsof {vi}  :: to act as if, to pretend
doen alsof zijn neus bloedt {vi} [idiom]  :: to feign ignorance, to pretend that one hasn't noticed
doen en laten {n}  :: one's comings and goings, one's activities; literally, [the things people] do and [those from which they] refrain
doenlijk {adj}  :: doable, achievable, possible
doerak {m} [colloquial]  :: rascal
doerian {m}  :: durian (tree)
doerian {m}  :: durian (fruit)
does {adj}  :: sleepy, dozy, not fully awake or to one's senses
doet {m}  :: obsolete spelling of dood
doezelen {vi}  :: to doze
doezen {vi}  :: to doze
doezoe {c} [slang]  :: one thousand euros
dof {adj} [surface]  :: dull, matte
dof {adj} [sound]  :: dull, muffled
dof {adj}  :: languid, apathetic
dof {m}  :: A dull impact; a slam, a pound, a blow
doffer {m}  :: male dove, a cock pigeon
d'office {adv}  :: automatically
doft {f}  :: bench for rowers
dogen {vt} [dialectal]  :: to suffer through, to endure
dogen {vt} [dialectal]  :: synonym of gedogen
dogger {m}  :: dogger, fishing boat used for catching cod and haddock
dogger {m} [obsolete]  :: cod and haddock fisherman who works from a fishing boat
dogger {m} [obsolete]  :: tubular net or fish trap used for catching cod and haddock
dogma {n}  :: A dogma
dok {n}  :: dock
dokken {vit} [colloquial]  :: to pay, to pay up
dokken {vt}  :: to dock, to place in a dock
dokken {vi}  :: to dock, to go into a dock
dokter {m}  :: doctor (physician, medical doctor)
dol {adj}  :: crazy, silly, mad
dol {adj}  :: mindless, reckless; irate
dol {adj}  :: out of control, gone wild, notably said of a tool or machine
dol {m}  :: A thole(-pin); sometimes also used for a similarly functioning cutout in the gunwhale
dol op {adj}  :: crazy about, extremely enthusiastic about, infatuated with
dolboord {n}  :: gunwale
dolen {vi}  :: to wander, to roam
dolfijn {m}  :: dolphin
dolfijn {adj}  :: exceptionally amusing, wildly enjoyable
dolgaarne {noun}  :: very gladly, eagerly
dolgraag {adv}  :: very gladly, eagerly
dolheid {f} [pathology]  :: Madness, insanity
dolheid {f}  :: Mental craziness, folly
dolheid {f}  :: Any strong, even excessive emotional state:
dolheid {f}  :: extasis
dolheid {f}  :: passion
dolheid {f}  :: fury, rage
dolheid {f}  :: (Nick)name of various diseases which cause excessive behavior such as rage
dolhuis {n}  :: insane asylum, nuthouse (mental institution)
dolhuis {n}  :: insane asylum, madhouse (crazy situation or location)
dolk {m}  :: A dagger, a relatively small, two-sided knife, fit as a stabbing weapon
dolken {vt}  :: to stab with a dagger
dolksteek {m}  :: stab with a dagger [often connoting ignobility and treachery and also used figuratively]
dolkstoot {m}  :: stab with a dagger [often connoting ignobility and treachery and also used figuratively]
dollar {m}  :: dollar
dollekoeienziekte {f}  :: The mad cow disease, BSE
dolleman {m}  :: madman
dollemansrit {m}  :: road rampage
dollen {vi}  :: to tomfool, to fool around, to frolick, to play
dollen {vi}  :: to mess with, take the mikey out of someone
dollen {vt}  :: to stun (cattle) with a blow
dollen {vi} [obsolete]  :: to rage, act outrageously
dollen {vt}  :: to lift, dig up (as harvest)
dollen {vt}  :: to lift and turn with a rake
dolletjes {adv}  :: diminutive of dol; fun, enjoyable
doloreus {adj}  :: dolorous
dom {adj}  :: dumb, brainless
dom {adj}  :: stupid, silly
dom {m}  :: domkerk, either an episcopal cathedral or another major church (often a basilica) which has been granted this high rank
dom {m}  :: ecclesiastical form of address, notably for a Benedictine priest
dom {m}  :: nobleman or clergyman in certain Catholic countries, notably Portugal and its colonies
dom {m}  :: Archaic form of duim (thumb, pivot)
-dom {suffix}  :: belonging to a domain or territory (e.g. groothertogdom (grandduchy); this sense is no longer productive)
-dom {suffix}  :: quality or condition of the adjective stem (e.g. eigendom less productive than suffixes like -heid)
domein {n}  :: domain, territory (land belonging to an individual, ruler or entity)
domein {n}  :: area of expertise
domein {n} [mathematics]  :: domain (range where a function is defined)
domein {n} [taxonomy]  :: domain (superkingdom)
domein {n} [computing]  :: domain name
domein {n} [historical, chiefly plural]  :: manorial right
domesticatie {f}  :: domestication
domesticeren {vt}  :: to domesticate
domeyn {n}  :: obsolete spelling of domein
domheid {f}  :: stupidity
domiciliëring {noun}  :: standing bank order
dominant {adj}  :: dominant
dominantie {f}  :: dominance
dominatie {f}  :: domination
dominee {m} [religion]  :: minister
domineren {vt}  :: to dominate
dominostekker {m} [electricity, Belgium]  :: A plug with three outlets integrated into it
domkerk {f}  :: cathedral
domkop {m}  :: A dumb-ass, dunce, duffer
domme gans {phrase} [denigrating]  :: A silly person, usually referring to female; a silly goose
dommekracht {f}  :: a jack suited for lifting heavy loads
dommekracht {f} [pejorative]  :: dumb strong person, similar to gorilla
dommelen {vi}  :: to doze, to snooze
dommelen {vi}  :: to buzz
dommelen {vi}  :: to thump (sound)
dommerik {m}  :: dunce, dumbass
domoor {mf}  :: fool, idiot
dompelen {vt}  :: to immerse in a liquid
dompen {vt} [obsolete]  :: to dip, to submerge
dompen {vt} [obsolete]  :: to turn along the vertical axis, to point/aim in another direction
dompen {vt} [archaic]  :: to extinguish, to dim, to put out [of light]
domper {m}  :: conical candle extinguisher, snuffer
domper {m} [Netherlands, historical, Protestantism, pejorative, by extension]  :: reactionary orthodox Protestant linked to the Réveil
domper {m} [Belgium, historical, Roman Catholicism, pejorative, by extension]  :: reactionary Flemish Roman Catholic
domper {m} [by extension]  :: damper, disappointment
dompneus {f} [archaic, colloquial]  :: An outsize nose
dompteur {m}  :: animal tamer
domrechts {n} [pejorative, internet slang, collective]  :: elements of the political right that are considered stupid by the user, often including the populist right and the alt-right
domrechts {adj} [pejorative, internet slang]  :: relating to elements of the political right disliked by the user
domweg {adv}  :: simply
donatie {f}  :: donation
donder {m}  :: thunder
donder {m} [colloquial]  :: the head or body
donder {m} [colloquial]  :: a thing (as in not a single thing)
donderbus {f}  :: blunderbuss
donderdag {m}  :: Thursday
donderen {vi} [impersonal]  :: to thunder
donderen {vi}  :: to make a thunderous sound, especially with one's voice
donderen {vi}  :: to plummet, tumble
dondergod {m}  :: god of thunder
donderroe {f}  :: a lightning rod
donderroede {f}  :: a lightning rod
donderslag {m}  :: thunderclap
dondersteen {m}  :: thunderstone, fulgurite or one of several objects (historically) thought to originate from lightning
dondersteen {m}  :: rascal, scamp
donderstraal {f}  :: tomboy, rascal, troublemaker
doneren {vt}  :: to donate (give to charity, etc.)
dong {m} [dated, dialectal, Northern Dutch]  :: dung, manure
dong {c}  :: dong, the currency of Vietnam
dongel {m}  :: dongle
donjon {m}  :: donjon, keep
donk {f}  :: A sandy hill, typically of glacial origin, protruding above a silty area
donker {adj}  :: dark
donkerblauw {adj}  :: dark blue
donkerbruin {adj}  :: dark brown
donkere energie {f} [physics]  :: dark energy
donkere materie {f} [physics]  :: dark matter
donkergeel {adj}  :: dark yellow
donkergrijs {adj}  :: dark grey
donkergroen {adj}  :: dark green
donkerrood {adj}  :: dark red
donkerte {f} [poetic]  :: darkness
donormoeheid {f}  :: donor fatigue
dons {n}  :: down, feathers of small birds used as insulation material in covers and sleeping bags
dons {m}  :: bed cover filled with down
dons {m} [chiefly diminutive]  :: piece of down or fluff
dood {adj}  :: dead
dood {adv} [colloquial, Flemish]  :: A lot
dood {m}  :: death
dood door schuld {m}  :: involuntary manslaughter, culpable homicide
doodbidder {m}  :: undertaker's man (who comes to collect dead bodies)
doodbliksemen {vt}  :: to kill by lightning
doodbliksemen {vt}  :: to kill by electricity, a powerful flash of light, or anything else resembling lightning
doodcedel {f} [archaic]  :: alternative form of doodceel
doodceel {f} [dated]  :: death certificate
dooddoener {m}  :: debate stopper, invalid argument
dooddoenerig {adj}  :: having the capability or effect to kill discussion, while also clichéd
doode {noun}  :: archaic spelling of dode
doode {adj}  :: archaic spelling of dode
doodeenvoudig {adj}  :: dead simple
doodeng {adj}  :: extremely scary, terrifying
doodgaan {vi}  :: to die
doodgeboren {adj}  :: stillborn
doodgemoederd {adv}  :: unconcernedly
doodgraver {m}  :: gravedigger
doodgraver {m}  :: sexton beetle, burying beetle; beetle of the genus Nicrophorus
doodgraver {m} [derogatory, colloquial]  :: funeral director
doodkalm {adj}  :: calm, cool
doodkist {f}  :: alternative spelling of doodskist
doodkrank {adj} [archaic]  :: terminally ill
doodleuk {adv}  :: cold-bloodedly, flat out, calmly, coolly; in an unconcerned way; without showing care; heartlessly
doodleuk {adv}  :: in a tongue in cheek or phlegmatic way; with a deadpan delivery
doodlopen {vi}  :: to end in a dead end
doodlopen {vr}  :: to exhaust oneself by running
doodlopen {vt} [nautical]  :: to outsail another ship
doods {adj}  :: dead, lacking life, having a dead appearance
doodsangst {f} [literally]  :: A fear of death
doodsangst {f} [by extension]  :: A mortal fear, extreme anguish
doodsbang {adj} [literally]  :: fearing death, scared of dying
doodsbang {adj} [by extension]  :: scared to death, gravely anguished
doodsbleek {adj}  :: deathly pale, as pale as death
doodsch {adj}  :: obsolete spelling of doods
doodseskader {n}  :: death squad
doodshoofd {n}  :: A death's-head, (human, notably emblematic) skull
doodshoofdaapje {n}  :: squirrel monkey
doodshoofdvlag {f}  :: a skull and crossbones flag; a Jolly Roger
doodskamp {m} [obsolete]  :: struggle/battle of life and death
doodskamp {n} [rare, calque]  :: death camp, extermination camp
doodskist {f}  :: coffin
doodskop {m}  :: a death's-head, (human, notably emblematic) skull
doodskopvlag {f}  :: a skull and crossbones flag; a Jolly Roger
doodsmoe {adj}  :: completely exhausted, extremely tired
doodsoorzaak {f}  :: cause of death
doodsstond {f} [archaic or poetic]  :: hour of death
doodstraf {c}  :: death sentence, capital punishment
doodstraffen {n}  :: the act of executing a death penalty
doodswens {m}  :: deathwish
doodvonnis {n}  :: death sentence
doodziek {adj} [literally]  :: terminally ill
doodziek {adj}  :: very sick, as sick as a dog
doodziek {adj} [figuratively]  :: in a very bad state or condition; especially, beyond help or nearly so
doodzonde {f}  :: a terrible shame
doodzonde {f} [Roman Catholicism]  :: mortal sin
doof {adj}  :: deaf
doofheid {f}  :: deafness
doofpot {m}  :: an old-fashioned metal canister with a tight lid, in which remaining coals and other fuel were put to die down
doofpot {m} [metonym]  :: a metaphorical place to put ideas or facts that one wishes to keep out of the public discussion, e.g. in an attempt to evade penalties; cover-up
doofpotaffaire {f}  :: cover-up scandal
dooiaanval {m}  :: A prolonged period of thaw
dooien {vi}  :: to thaw, to melt
dooier {m}  :: yolk (yellow part of an egg)
doolhof {m} {n}  :: A maze, labyrinth
doolhof {m} {n} [figuratively]  :: Any similarly complex and/or confusing construction, lay-out, situation etc
doop {m}  :: baptism
doop {m}  :: christening
doop {m} [Belgium]  :: hazing
doopboek {n}  :: baptismal register
doopnaam {m}  :: baptismal name
door {prep}  :: through
door {prep}  :: across, around (within a certain space)
door {prep}  :: because of, due to
door {prep}  :: by, by means of
door {adv}  :: through
door {adv}  :: forward, on
door {adv} [postpositional]  :: through (implying motion)
door {adv} [postpositional]  :: across, around (within a certain space)
door {m} [now, Southern, archaic]  :: fool, moron
door- {prefix}  :: through
door de bomen het bos niet meer zien {vi}  :: to not see the forest for the trees
door de vingers zien {vt}  :: to turn a blind eye to
door en door {adv}  :: through and through, completely
door het lint gaan {v} [idiom]  :: not be capable of controlling one's emotions
door middel van {prep}  :: by means of
door toedoen van {prep}  :: at the hands of, by the doings of
doorbladeren {vt}  :: to leaf through
doorbladeren {vt}  :: to browse
doorboren {vt}  :: to pierce, to broach
doorboren {vt}  :: to drill a hole through
doorboren {vi}  :: to continue drilling
doorbraak {f}  :: breakthrough
doorbreken {v} [ergative]  :: to break, break through, break in half
doorbreken {vt}  :: to break through
doorbrengen {vt}  :: to spend (time)
doordat {conj}  :: because (implying an external cause)
doordenken {vt}  :: to think through
doordenken {vi}  :: to think further, to keep thinking
doordeweek {adv}  :: on a weekday
doordeweeks {adj}  :: on a weekday
doordeweeks {adj}  :: everyday, common
doordrammen {vi}  :: to keep insisting to obtain what one wants, to nag
doordrijven {vt}  :: to push through, to carry through (against resistance)
doordringen {vi}  :: to penetrate
doordringen {vt}  :: to get through to, to convince
doorgaan {vi}  :: to go through (with), to proceed, to continue
doorgaans {adv}  :: generally
doorgang {m}  :: passage
doorgedraaid {adj}  :: berserk, frenzied; injuriously, maniacally, or furiously violent or out of control
doorgedraaid {adj}  :: mental
doorgeefluik {n}  :: a hatch or a shutter in a wall, in particular between the dining room and the kitchen that allows the cook to relay the food easily to the people in the dining room
doorgeefluik {n} [figuratively]  :: a medium, a broker
doorgeefluik {n} [law]  :: mere conduit
doorgesnoven {adj} [slang]  :: High from the use of insufflated recreational drugs, especially cocaine or ketamine
doorgestoken kaart {f} [idiom]  :: collusion, put-up job
doorgeven {vt}  :: to pass on
doorgeven {vt}  :: to relay (a message)
doorgronden {vt}  :: to see through, to comprehend, to unravel (mysteries)
doorhebben {vt}  :: to have figured out, to see through
doorheen {circump}  :: through
doorkrijgen {vt}  :: to receive, to be relayed, to be notified of (a message)
doorkrijgen {vt}  :: to realise, to figure out
doorkruisen {vt}  :: to go across, travel across
doorkruisen {vt}  :: to compass (go about or round entirely)
doorkruisen {vt}  :: to cross out
doorlaatpost {f}  :: checkpoint
doorlaten {vt}  :: to let through, to allow to pass
doorlatend {adj}  :: permeable (e.g. of water)
doorlatend {adj}  :: transmissive (e.g. of UV rays)
doorlezen {vt}  :: to read completely, to peruse
doorlezen {vi}  :: to continue reading, to resume reading
doorlopen {vt}  :: to go through, to go from start to end
doorlopen {vi}  :: to keep going, to move on, to carry on, to continue
doorlopend {adv}  :: continuously, all the time
doorloper {m}  :: A type of crossword puzzle where a blank rectangular grid must be filled with words horizontally and vertically, without any black or empty tiles (unlike a diagramless) and often without specific clues to word length
doorloper {m}  :: A horizontal rule that spans the width of a page
doorloper {m}  :: Someone who walks on or walks away
doorloper {m}  :: short for Friese doorloper
doorn {m}  :: thorn
doornhaai {m}  :: spiny dogfish
doorprikken {vt}  :: to puncture
doorprikken {vt}  :: to expose as false
doorrekening {f}  :: calculation, reckoning
doorrekening {f}  :: transmission, transiting, the act of passing something through to a third party
doorschakelen {vt}  :: to transfer, to put through, to reroute
doorschijnend {adj}  :: translucent
doorslag {m}  :: carbon copy
doorslag {m}  :: turn, final decision
doorslaggevend {adj}  :: decisive
doorsnede {f}  :: An intersection (in geometry, in arts, in set theory); intersecting line
doorsnede {f}  :: A cross section
doorsnede {f} [geometry]  :: diameter
doorsnede {f} [chiefly in compounds]  :: A representative sample; average
doorsneden {adj} [heraldry]  :: divided into two equal parts horizontally, per fess
doorsnee {adj}  :: average
doorsnee {f}  :: cross section
doorsnijden {vi}  :: to keep cutting
doorsnijden {vt}  :: to cut in two
doorsnijden {vt}  :: to intersect, run through
doorspoelen {vt}  :: to flush
doorspoelen {vt}  :: to fast forward
doorstaan {vt}  :: to endure, to weather, to withstand
doorstart {m}  :: (aviation) go-around
doorstart {m}  :: second beginning (of a company after bankrupcy)
doorsteken {vt}  :: to pierce through
doorsteken {vt}  :: to declog
doorstrepen {vt}  :: to strike, to put a line through (so as to delete)
doorsturen {vt}  :: to send onwards, to forward
doortastend {adj}  :: vigorous, strong, energetic
doortikken {vi}  :: to tick on, to continue ticking
doortocht {m}  :: transit, passage
doortrapt {adj}  :: shrewd, cunning
doortrapt {adj}  :: mean, malevolent
doortrekken {vt}  :: to flush (a toilet)
doortrekken {vt}  :: to extend (make longer)
doorvallend {adj}  :: (of light) penetrating
doorvertellen {vi}  :: to continue telling (a story)
doorvertellen {vt}  :: to pass on (by word of mouth)
doorvoeren {vt}  :: to carry out
doorwaadbaar {adj}  :: wadable, fordable
doorweekt {adj}  :: soaked, drenched
doorwerken {vi}  :: to continue working
doorwrocht {adj}  :: elaborate, thorough, comprehensive
doorzetten {vi}  :: to persevere, pull through
doorzetten {vi}  :: to persist
doorzetten {vt}  :: to continue, to push on with
doorzetter {mf}  :: a go-getter, one who persists or perseveres
doorzettingsvermogen {n}  :: perseverance, stamina
doorzichtig {adj}  :: transparent
doorzichtigheid {f}  :: transparency
doorzien {vt}  :: to see through, detect (a lie)
doorzoeken {vt}  :: to search through
doorzoeken {vi}  :: to continue searching
doos {f}  :: box
doos {f} [vulgar]  :: vagina
doos {f} [vulgar]  :: stupid female
doosch {adj} [rare]  :: obsolete form of doods
dop {m}  :: a hemispherical container such as a thimble
dop {m}  :: a shell (of an egg or a nut for example)
dop {m}  :: a bottle cap
dop {m}  :: eyelid
dopeling {m}  :: A baptizand [US] or baptisand [Commonwealth]; someone who is to be baptised soon or who is being baptised
dopen {vt}  :: to dip, to immerse
dopen {vt} [Christianity]  :: to baptize, to christen
dopen {vt}  :: to name (give a name to)
dophei {f}  :: heath
dopheide {f}  :: heath
doping {f} {m}  :: doping
dopingarts {m} [sports, medicine]  :: doctor specialised in administering doping
doppen {v}  :: to pod (remove beans or peas from their pods)
doppen {v} [colloquial]  :: To fuck
dor {adj}  :: dry, wilted (having a relatively low or no liquid content)
dorp {n}  :: village, hamlet
dorpeling {m}  :: villager
dorpeling {m}  :: rustic, (simple) countryman
dorpeling {m}  :: boor, country bumpkin, yokel
dorper {m}  :: a male villager; a villageman
dorper {m}  :: an uncouth person; a peasant
dorpsbewoner {m}  :: villager
dorpsgek {m} [somewhat, offensive]  :: village idiot
dorren {vi} [literary]  :: to wither
dorren {v} [ergative, archaic]  :: to dry
dorren {vi} [obsolete]  :: to dry out
dorsen {vt}  :: to thresh
dorsen {vit}  :: to thrash
dorser {m}  :: One who threshes
dorser {m}  :: A threshing-machine
dorst {m}  :: thirst, physical need/desire to drink
dorst {m}  :: thirst, need, longing
dorsten {vi}  :: to thirst
dorsten {vi}  :: to long
dorstig {adj}  :: thirsty
doseren {vt}  :: to determine the dose
doseren {vt}  :: to divide into proportions
dosis {f}  :: dose
dossier {n}  :: dossier
dossier {n}  :: file, physical collection of documentation
dot {mf}  :: cutie, something small and adorable
dot {mf}  :: darling, sweetie (almost always used in its diminutive form - dotje)
dot {mf} [colloquial]  :: a lot, a large amount
dot {mf}  :: a swab
dou {pron}  :: alternative form of du
douane {f}  :: customs (service/authorities/administration)
douane {f}  :: customs officer
douche {mf}  :: shower
douchegordijn {n}  :: shower curtain
douchen {vi}  :: to shower, to take a shower
douloureus {adj}  :: dolorous
douwen {v} [colloquial]  :: alternative form of duwen
dove {mf}  :: A deaf person
doven {v} [ergative]  :: to extinguish
dovenschool {f}  :: school for the deaf, where sign language is "spoken"
down {adj}  :: down, depressed
downie {m} [colloquial]  :: A Downie, a person with Down's syndrome
download {m}  :: download
downloaden {v} [Internet]  :: to download
dozijn {n}  :: dozen, twelve
d-pion {m} [chess]  :: d-pawn: pawn placed on the d-file at the beginning of the game
draad {m}  :: thread
draad {m}  :: wire
draad {m} [engineering]  :: screw thread
draad {m} [Internet, colloquial]  :: discussion thread, topic
draadloos {adj}  :: wireless
draadschaar {f}  :: wire cutter
draadschaartje {noun}  :: thread scissors
draagbaar {adj}  :: portable
draagbaar {f}  :: stretcher
draagband {m} [clothing]  :: carrying strap, shoulder strap
draaggolf {c}  :: carrier wave
draagkoets {f}  :: litter (platform designed to carry a person or a load)
draagkracht {f}  :: carrying capacity
draaglijk {adj}  :: bearable
draagster {f}  :: (female) wearer
draagstoel {m}  :: any kind of litter such as a sedan chair or a palanquin
draagstoeltje {noun}  :: an infant capsule, a reversible baby car seat
draagvlak {n}  :: Support: plane to carry things on
draagvlak {n}  :: Airfoil, the carrying plane of an airplane
draagvlak {n}  :: Support (within society or an organization)
draaiboek {n} [literal and figurative]  :: script, scenario
draaicirkel {m}  :: turning circle
draaideur {f}  :: revolving door
draaideurcrimineel {m}  :: repeat offender
draaien {v}  :: to turn, to turn round
draaien {v}  :: to play (a record, CD, song etc.)
draaien {v}  :: to run or throw (a party)
draaierig {adj}  :: dizzy
draaierigheid {f}  :: dizziness
draaiing {f}  :: rotation
draaikolk {c}  :: whirlpool, vortex
draaikont {m} [colloquial]  :: A U-turner; an inconsistent person, who readily changes position (literally, “butt-turner”)
draaikont {m} [colloquial]  :: A fidget; someone who can't sit still
draailier {c} [musical instruments]  :: hurdy-gurdy
draaimolen {m}  :: carrousel, merry-go-round
draaiorgel {n} [musical instruments]  :: barrel organ
draaisnelheid {f}  :: rotational speed
draaitafel {f} {m}  :: A rotating disk or table, of various types, especially:
draaitafel {f} {m}  :: turntable (rotating rest for records in a record player, e.g. for DJ's)
draaitafel {f} {m}  :: turntable, record player (appliance that can play records)
draaitafel {f} {m}  :: DJ controller, DJ console, mixing controller or console
draaitafel {f} {m}  :: turntable (rotating platform for turning vehicles such as locomotives)
draaitrap {m}  :: spiral staircase
draak {m}  :: a legendary large winged creature; a dragon
draak {m}  :: a derogatory term for a woman, often considered large and ugly
draak {m} [archaic]  :: a male duck; a drake
drab {f} {n}  :: sediment, dregs, filth
dracht {f}  :: the act of bearing or wearing something
dracht {f} [by extension]  :: type of clothing that is typical for a time period or function
dracht {f} [by extension]  :: state of pregnancy
dracht {f} [by extension]  :: the foetus when carried in the womb
dracht {f} [radiation]  :: range of radiation
dracht {f}  :: a number of consecutive hits or blows in a brief interval
dragelijk {adj}  :: Variant spelling of draaglijk
dragen {vt}  :: to carry
dragen {vt}  :: to wear (clothes)
dragen {vt}  :: to transfer
drager {m}  :: carrier
drager {m}  :: wearer
dragon {m}  :: The edible Mediterranean herb Artemisia dracunculus (tarragon), used as a salad spice
dragon {m}  :: The plant Erysimum cheiranthoides
dragon {m}  :: A (French) dragoon
dragonder {m}  :: dragoon
dragonder {m} [pejorative]  :: unfeminine woman
drakenvrucht {f}  :: dragon fruit
dralen {vt}  :: to dawdle, to move slowly, to not take action
dramaticus {m}  :: playwright
dramatisch {adj}  :: dramatic
dramatisch {adv}  :: dramatically
dramaturg {m}  :: dramatist, playwright, dramaturge
dramaturg {m}  :: dramaturge, person in a coordinative function at theatre productions
drammen {vi}  :: to nag incessantly
drammen {vi}  :: to outstay one's welcome
drammer {mf}  :: one who nags, someone who appears annoying
drammerig {adj}  :: boring, wearisome
drang {m}  :: pressure
drang {m}  :: urge, longing
drank {m}  :: beverage, drink
drankorgel {n}  :: boozer, lush, someone who is constantly drunk
drankzucht {f}  :: alcoholism (addiction to alcohol)
draperie {f}  :: curtain [that blocks the light, ie. not a net curtain]
dras {adj}  :: alternative form of drassig
drasland {n}  :: wetland
drassig {adj}  :: marshy, boggy, swampy, morassy
drastisch {adj}  :: drastic
draven {v}  :: to trot (of horses)
draven {v}  :: to run fast
-drecht {suffix}  :: A common element in Dutch placenames. The exact meaning is contested; see etymology
dreef {f}  :: a river segment that is used or suitable for fishery with floating nets
dreef {f}  :: the distance crossed by a floating net
dreef {f}  :: wide rural lane with trees planted on both sides
dreigbrief {m}  :: letter containing threats
dreigen {vi}  :: to threaten
dreigen {vi}  :: to be imminent, to loom
dreigend {adj}  :: threatening
dreigend {adj}  :: imminent
dreiging {f}  :: threat
drek {m}  :: dirt, filth
drek {adv} [regional]  :: later, later today
drempel {m}  :: threshold (the bottom part of a doorway)
drempel {m}  :: speed bump
drenkeling {m}  :: someone who has fallen into water, drowning person
drenken {vt}  :: to drench, to soak
drenkplaats {f}  :: pub
dreumes {mf}  :: young toddler; often defined as a child between one and two years old
dreumes {mf} [derogatory]  :: infantile or immature person
dreun {m}  :: smash, thud, blow
dreun {m}  :: boom, bang
dreunen {vi}  :: to boom, rumble
drie {num} [cardinal]  :: three
driecilinder {m}  :: A three-cylinder engine
driecilinder {m}  :: A vehicle or vessel with a three-cylinder engine
driecilinder {m}  :: A submarine with a hull consisting of three cylinders
driedimensionaal {adj}  :: three-dimensional
drieduizend {num}  :: three thousand
drie-eenheid {f} [Christianity]  :: trinity
driehoek {m}  :: triangle
driehoekig {adj}  :: triangular
driehoeksgolf {f} [engineering, musical instruments]  :: triangle wave
driehonderd {num}  :: three hundred
driekantig {adj}  :: triangular
drieken {vi} [dialectal]  :: to poop
drieklank {m} [music]  :: A tierce, third or triad, spanning three tones in an octave
drieklank {m} [music]  :: A triphthong, monosyllabic vowel combination usually involving a quick but smooth movement from one vowel to another that passes over a third one
drieklank {m} [phonetics]  :: A triphthong
driekleur {f}  :: tricolour
driekwart {adj}  :: three-quarter, three-quarters
drieling {m}  :: triplet; one of a group of three siblings born at the same time to the same mother
drieluik {n}  :: triptych
drieluik {n}  :: trilogy
driemaal {adv}  :: thrice, three times
drieëndertig {num}  :: thirty-three
drieënnegentig {num}  :: ninety-three
drieëntachtig {num}  :: eighty-three
drieëntwintig {num}  :: twenty-three
drieënveertig {num}  :: forty-three
drieënvijftig {num}  :: fifty-three
drieënzestig {num}  :: sixty-three
drieënzeventig {num}  :: seventy-three
driepoot {m}  :: tripod
drieërhande {adj}  :: of three sorts
dries {m}  :: fallow
driest {adj}  :: bold, reckless
driesteling {m}  :: hothead (impulsive person)
drietal {n}  :: triplet, group of three
drietand {m}  :: trident
drietandig {adj}  :: tridental
drievoet {m}  :: A tripod: vessel, stool, bench or stand on three legs
drievoud {n}  :: threefold, triplicate
drievoudig {adj}  :: triple, threefold
drievuldigheid {f} [Christianity]  :: trinity
driewieler {m}  :: tricycle
drift {f}  :: passion
drift {f}  :: strong and sudden upwelling of anger: a fit
drift {f}  :: violent tendency
drift {f}  :: flock (of sheep or oxen)
drift {f}  :: deviation of direction caused by wind: drift
drift {f}  :: path along which cattle are driven
driftbui {f}  :: anger tantrum, fit of anger
driftig {adj}  :: hot-tempered
driftig {adj}  :: passionate
driftkikker {m}  :: hothead (person who is easily angered)
drij {num} [Belgium, rare]  :: alternative form of drie
drijfjacht {f} [hunting]  :: hunt that involves driving
drijfsijs {m} [colloquial, humorous, chiefly Amsterdam]  :: duck
drijfveer {f}  :: motive, drive, motivation (something that motivates)
drijfvermogen {n}  :: buoyancy, the ability to stay afloat
drijfzand {n} [literally]  :: quicksand
drijfzand {n} [metaphor]  :: a treacherous, tricky danger or risk
drijten {vi} [obsolete]  :: to defecate
drijven {vi}  :: to float
drijven {vt}  :: to drive, to push (cattle e.g.)
drillen {vt}  :: to make vibrate, as with a pneumatic drill
drillen {vi}  :: to operate a pneumatic drill
drillen {vt}  :: to drill, instruct by arduous exercise, notably in military context or style
drillen {vt}  :: to domineer
drilmeester {m}  :: drillmaster
dringen {vi}  :: to press, push (into a tight space, a crowd etc)
dringen {vi}  :: to insist
dringen {vi}  :: to force entry
dringen {vi}  :: to be short in supply (of time, etc)
dringend {adj}  :: urgent
drinkbaar {adj}  :: drinkable
drinkebroer {m}  :: alcoholic
drinken {vt}  :: to drink
drinken {n}  :: drink, beverage
drinkgeld {n}  :: a tip (a small amount of money left for a bartender or servant as a token of appreciation)
drinkrietje {n}  :: A drinking straw
droef {adj}  :: sad, miserable
droefenis {f}  :: sadness
droefheid {f}  :: sadness, grief
droes {prop} {m} [obsolete]  :: devil, Satan
droes {m} [obsolete]  :: devil, demon
droes {m} [obsolete]  :: madman, lunatic
droes {m} [obsolete]  :: hothead, vandal
droes {m} [medicine, livestock]  :: strangles (equine respiratory disease)
droesem {m}  :: sediment in a liquid, particularly in wine, dregs
droeven {v} [ergative]  :: to be sad, to sadden
droevig {adj}  :: sad, melancholy
droevig {adj}  :: gloomy
drogen {v} [ergative]  :: to dry
droger {m}  :: dryer
drogreden {f}  :: sophism
drol {m}  :: turd
drol {m} [obsolete]  :: mythological giant or evil spirit
drollenvanger {m} [colloquial]  :: a type of baggy pants with tight cuffs and often a low crotch, including knickerbockers, harem pants and plus fours
drollenvanger {m}  :: a nappy/diaper for horses or dogs
drom {m}  :: flock (of people)
drom {m}  :: crowd
dromedaris {m}  :: dromedary, dromedary camel
dromen {vi}  :: to dream
dromer {m}  :: A dreamer, who has (a) dream(s)
dromer {m}  :: A dreamy person, focused especially on dreaming, even at the expense of reality
dromer {m} [obsolete]  :: A seeer in dreams
drone {m} [archaic]  :: a male bee or wasp; a drone
drone {m}  :: a remotely controlled aircraft; a drone
dronk {m}  :: drink; draught
dronkaard {m}  :: drunkard
dronkeman {m}  :: superseded spelling of dronkenman
dronkemansmoed {m}  :: Dutch courage
dronken {adj}  :: drunk, drunken, in a state of intoxication after drinking alcohol beverages
dronken slet {f} [obsolete]  :: drunkard, alcoholic (one who is often drunk)
dronken slet {f}  :: See: dronken slet
dronkenman {m}  :: male drunk, drunkard
dronkenschap {f}  :: drunkenness
droog {adj}  :: dry
droog {adj}  :: arid
droogdok {n}  :: drydock
droogkuis {m} [Belgium]  :: dry cleaner
droogleggen {vt}  :: to drain (water)
droogleggen {vt}  :: to ban consumption of alcoholic drinks
drooglegging {f}  :: alcohol ban
drooglegging {f}  :: drainage of a polder
droogte {f}  :: drought
droogzwierder {m} [Belgium]  :: domestic centrifuge (appliance for drying objects by means of a centrifugal force)
droom {m}  :: dream
droomhuis {n}  :: dream house (ideal house)
droomoord {n}  :: place of dreams, very idyllic location
droomprins {m}  :: Prince Charming, prince of one's dreams
drop {f}  :: droplet
drop {f} {n}  :: licorice, especially a distinct form of very salty licorice sold as small candies
drost {m}  :: [feudal title] reeve, steward
drs. {mf}  :: abbreviation of doctorandus
druïde {m}  :: druid
drugs {p}  :: Recreational drugs
drugsbaron {m}  :: drug baron
drugsgebruiker {m}  :: drug user
drugsmisbruik {n}  :: drug abuse
drugsverslaafde {m}  :: A drug addict, person with a chemical and/or psychological dependency on drugs, notably narcotics
druif {f} {m}  :: grape
druil {m} [nautical]  :: druilmast
druil {m} [nautical]  :: the sail on a druilmast
druil {m}  :: one who plods, works sluggishly
druilerig {adj}  :: drizzling; mizzling
druilerig {adj}  :: drowsy
druilmast {m} [nautical]  :: The second mast on a ship with two masts when the first mast is taller
druipen {vi}  :: to drip
druiper {m}  :: the clap (disease)
druivensap {n}  :: grape juice
druivensuiker {m}  :: glucose
druk {adj}  :: busy, crowded, hectic (of a place)
druk {adj}  :: busy, preoccupied (of a person)
druk {adj}  :: restless, uneasy
druk {m} [physics]  :: pressure
druk {m}  :: edition (e.g. of a book)
drukbaar {adj}  :: printable
drukken {vi}  :: to press
drukken {vt} [printing]  :: to print
drukkend {adj}  :: oppressive
drukker {m}  :: printer (someone who prints)
drukker {m}  :: snap (fastening device)
drukkerij {f}  :: printing house, printing press, printworks
drukkingsgroep {mf} [Belgium]  :: pressure group
drukpers {f}  :: printing press
drukpers {f} [dated, collective]  :: press (mass media)
druksluis {f}  :: airlock
drukte {f}  :: busyness
drukte {f}  :: upheaval
drukte {f}  :: zest
druktemaker {m}  :: noisy fellow
druktemaker {m}  :: loudmouth
drum {m} [musical instruments]  :: drum
drummer {m} [music]  :: One who plays the drums
drumstel {n} [musical instruments]  :: drum set
druppel {m}  :: drop, dribble
druppelen {vi}  :: to drip
dryade {f}  :: dryad
dt-fout {f}  :: a spelling error in Dutch verb forms where forms with d, t or dt are confused
d.t.v. {abbr}  :: door tussenkomst van
du {pron} [obsolete or dialectal]  :: Second-person singular, subjective; thou
dualis {m} [grammar]  :: dual (number)
dualiteit {f}  :: duality
dubbel {adj}  :: double
dubbelagent {m}  :: double agent
dubbelagente {f}  :: female double agent
dubbelbloed {mf}  :: a person of mixed-race, who has one lineage that is European or white
dubbelbloed {adj}  :: of mixed race
dubbeldekker {m}  :: biplane
dubbeldekker {m}  :: double-decker bus
dubbelganger {m}  :: doppelganger
dubbelhartig {adj}  :: two-faced, duplicitous
dubbelklik {m} [computing]  :: double-click
dubbelklikken {vi} [computing]  :: to double-click
dubbelpunt {n}  :: colon (punctuation mark)
dubbelspion {m}  :: double agent
dubbelspionne {f}  :: female double agent
dubbelster {mf}  :: binary star
dubbeltje {noun}  :: Dutch coin of 10 cents (0.10 guilders or euros)
dubbelzinnig {adj}  :: ambiguous
dubbelzinnigheid {f}  :: ambiguity
dubbelzinnigheid {f}  :: double entendre
dubben {vi}  :: to doubt, to vacillate [+ over (object) = about]
dubieus {adj}  :: dubious, questionable
dubnium {n}  :: dubnium
duchten {v} [archaic]  :: to fear
duchtig {adj}  :: considerable
duchtig {adj}  :: large, sturdy
duchtig {adj}  :: powerful
duel {n}  :: A duel
duelleren {vi}  :: to fight an armed duel
duelleren {vi}  :: to be engaged in an unarmed (usually verbal, e.g. business - or legal) confrontation between two parties
duet {n}  :: A duet
duet {n}  :: A musical duo
duf {adj}  :: unable to think clearly
duf {adj}  :: boring, uninteresting
duf {adj}  :: fusty, moldy
duffel {m}  :: duffel coat
duffel {n}  :: duffel (cloth)
duffels {adj}  :: Made from duffel (cloth)
duidelijk {adj}  :: clear, precise
duidelijk {adv}  :: clearly
duidelijkheid {f}  :: clarity, clearness
duiden {vt}  :: to point to, refer to, suggest
duiden {vt}  :: to explain, clarify
duiding {f}  :: the act of providing meaning or context to help others understand
duif {f}  :: pigeon, dove
duif {f}  :: female dove or pigeon
duig {f}  :: stave, plank of the wall of a barrel
duig {f} [figuratively]  :: piece
duik {m} [diving]  :: dive, the act of diving into the water
duik {m} [diving]  :: dive, swimming under water
duik {m}  :: deliberate jump or fall to the floor
duikboot {m}  :: submarine
duikboot {m} [jargon, nautical]  :: submarine that is designed to sail at the surface for most of the time but can submerge for limited periods
duikelen {vi}  :: to tumble, to somersault
duiken {vi}  :: to dive
duiker {m}  :: an underwater diver
duiker {m}  :: a gymnastic diver
duiker {m}  :: a fairly narrow water passage under roads and dikes; a culvert
duiker {m}  :: a type of waterbird; a loon (N-Am) or diver (UK)
duiker {m}  :: a type of antilope; a duiker
duikplank {f} {m}  :: springboard
duiksport {f} [sports]  :: scuba diving
duim {m}  :: thumb, the inner-most finger
duim {m}  :: inch
duim {m}  :: pintle (jointed pivot of a hinge, consisting of the pin and the non-moving leaf)
duimen {vi}  :: to put one or both thumbs up, notably as a gesture of approval or when hitchhiking to ask for a ride
duimen {vi}  :: to twiddle one's thumbs
duimen {vi}  :: to keep one's fingers crossed (i.e. to show support)
duimen {vi}  :: to suck on one's thumb
duimmuis {noun}  :: ball of the thumb; thenar eminence
duin {f}  :: dune
duinpan {f}  :: dune valley; a bowl-shaped depression between dunes
duister {adj}  :: dark, obscure
duisternis {f}  :: darkness
duit {m}  :: a Dutch coin from before the decimalization of the early 19th century, the value of which was 1/160th of a guilder
duivel {m}  :: devil
duivelachtig {adj}  :: malevolent
duivels {adj}  :: devilish
duivenhuis {n}  :: columbarium
duiventil {f}  :: dovecote
duiver {m}  :: male dove, a cock pigeon
duizelen {v} [ergative]  :: to be/make dizzy
duizelig {adj}  :: dizzy, experiencing equilibrium-trouble
duizeligheid {f}  :: dizziness
duizeling {f}  :: dizzy spell
duizelingwekkend {adj}  :: dizzying
duizen {vi} [obsolete]  :: to be dizzy, confused
duizend {num}  :: thousand
duizend {n}  :: a thousand
duizendje {noun}  :: A 1000 guilder banknote
duizendpoot {m} [zoology]  :: centipede
duizendpoot {m}  :: man of many talents, especially multi-tasking; jack of all trades
dukdalf {m}  :: dolphin, post for mooring boats
dulden {vt}  :: to tolerate
dulden {v}  :: to endure
dumpen {vt}  :: to dump, to throw away
dun {adj}  :: thin, slender
dun {adj}  :: sparse
dun {adj} [liquid]  :: runny
dunk {m}  :: opinion (uncountable)
dunk {m}  :: dunk
dunken {v} [impersonal]  :: to think, to consider
dunken {v} [copulative]  :: to seem
dunken {vt} [basketball]  :: to dunk
dunnen {v} [ergative]  :: to thin, to become/make slender
dunnen {v} [ergative]  :: to become/make sparse
duo {n}  :: twosome
duodecimo {n}  :: A size of paper, so called because it is originally made by folding and cutting a single sheet from a printing press into 12 leaves; (5 by 7¾ inches): 6.5 to 7.5 inches high, approximately 4.5 inches wide
duodecimo {n}  :: A page of that size; hence, a whole book having pages of that size
duomoeder {f} [law]  :: nonbirth mother, female partner of a birthmother
duomoeder {f} [colloquial]  :: lesbian mother; any mother (whether biological or non-biological) in a lesbian relationship
duplicaat {n}  :: duplicate, copy
dupliceren {vt}  :: to duplicate
duppie {n} [colloquial, Netherlands]  :: dubbeltje
duren {vi}  :: to last, to take (a certain time)
durf {m}  :: valour, courage, daring
durfal {m}  :: a daredevil
durfloos {adj}  :: cowardly, undaring, timid
durven {vt}  :: to dare (do), to not be afraid (to do)
durven {v} [auxiliary, usually, with te]  :: to dare (to), to not be afraid to
dus {adv}  :: thus, so, ergo
dusdanig {adj}  :: such
dusverre {adv}  :: thus far
dutje {n}  :: a doze, a light sleep
dutten {vt}  :: to doze, to nap, to sleep lightly
duur {adj}  :: expensive
duur {m}  :: duration
duuren {v}  :: obsolete spelling of duren
duurte {f}  :: dearth; a period in which basic necessities such as food are overly expensive
duurzaam {adj}  :: durable
duurzaam {adj}  :: sustainable
duvel {m}  :: devil
duvel {m}  :: body, especially in op z'n duvel
duvel {m}  :: impish child, rascal
duvelstoejager {m}  :: jack of all trades, factotum
duvelstoejager {m} [nautical]  :: heavy slip hook onto which the end of the anchor chain is locked
duw {m}  :: a push
duwen {vt}  :: to push
dvd {m}  :: DVD
dwaalgast {m}  :: vagrant bird
dwaalgeest {m}  :: heretic, apostate
dwaallicht {n}  :: will o' the wisp
dwaalspoor {n}  :: wrong track (often used in the following phrase)
dwaas {adj}  :: foolish, stupid
dwaas {m}  :: a (male) stupid person, fool
dwaasheid {f}  :: stupidity, foolishness
dwalen {vi}  :: to stray, wander
dwaling {f} [figuratively]  :: error, unorthodox opinion, heresy
dwaling {f} [literally]  :: (rare) wandering
dwang {m}  :: coercion, compulsion
dwangarbeid {m}  :: forced labor (US), forced labour (UK)
dwangbevel {n}  :: warrant
dwangbevel {n}  :: distress-warrant
dwangbuis {n} {f}  :: straitjacket
dwangbuis {n} {f} [metonymy]  :: tight, cumbersome constraints
dwangburcht {f}  :: citadel built to press an area into obedience
dwangcultuur {f} [historical, of colonial agricultural products]  :: forced cultivation (in colonies)
dwangmatig {adj}  :: inexorable
dwangmatig {adj}  :: relentless
dwangmatig {adj}  :: compulsive
dwarrelen {vi}  :: to whirl, to flutter
dwars {adj}  :: in a crosswise direction, transverse, at right angles
dwars {adj}  :: slantwise, diagonal, askew
dwars {adj}  :: rebellious, stubbornly disobedient
dwarsfluit {f}  :: transverse flute
dwarsgang {m}  :: a traverse corridor, a cross aisle passage
dwarsliggend {adj}  :: obstructive
dwarszitten {vt}  :: to hinder, to impede
dwarszitten {vt}  :: to bother, to irritate
dweepziek {adj}  :: excessively adoring
dweepziek {adj}  :: zealous, fanatical
dweil {m}  :: floorcloth
dweil {m}  :: worthless person; weakling
dweilen {vt}  :: to clean the floor using a floorcloth, i.e. with water and soap
dweilen met de kraan open {proverb}  :: treating the symptoms of a matter without dealing with the cause; counterproductive approach
dweilorkest {n}  :: marching band or small band orchestra of wind and percussive instruments, especially at Carnival or other celebrations
dweperig {adj}  :: fanatic
dwerg {m}  :: dwarf
dwergchimpansee {m} [uncommon]  :: pygmy chimpanzee, bonobo
dwergin {f}  :: female dwarf
dwergpinguïn {m}  :: little penguin, Eudyptula minor
dwergplaneet {f} [astronomy]  :: dwarf planet
dwergstaat {m}  :: microstate
dwergster {c} [astronomy]  :: dwarf star
dwergvalk {mf}  :: Any falcon of the genera Microhierax and Polihierax; falconet or pygmy falcon
dwingeland {m}  :: tyrant, despotic ruler who enforces his will upon the state
dwingeland {m} [metaphorically]  :: dictatorial person, who is bossy and coerces others to obedient compliance
dwingelandij {f}  :: tyranny, oppression
dwingen {vt}  :: to force, coerce (someone)
dwingen {vt}  :: to constrain, enforce, cause inevitably
dwingen {vt}  :: to insist forcefully
dwingerig {adj}  :: whiny, complaining (said of a child who can't obtain what he/she wishes to have)
d.w.z. {abbr}  :: dat wil zeggeni.e.
dwz. {abbr}  :: dat wil zeggeni.e.
dyn. {abbr}  :: dynastie
dynamiet {n}  :: dynamite
dynamisch {adj}  :: dynamic
dynamiteren {vt}  :: to dynamite
dynastie {f}  :: dynasty
dynastiek {adj}  :: dynastic, relating to a dynasty
dys- {prefix}  :: dys-
dysenterie {f}  :: dysentery
dysfagie {f} [symptom]  :: dysphagia
dysforie {f}  :: dysphoria
dyslectisch {adj}  :: dyslectic
dyslexie {f} [pathology]  :: dyslexia (a syndrome, causing inability of reading)
dysprosium {n}  :: dysprosium
dystopie {f}  :: dystopia
d.z.z. {abbr} [archaic]  :: dezerzijds (on this side, on my part)