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f {letter}  :: letter
F {letter}  :: The sixth letter of the Dutch alphabet
façade {f}  :: façade (of a building)
façade {f}  :: façade (deceptive outward appearance)
façade {f}  :: [metonymy] face
façadisme {n}  :: the practice in urbanism to renovate a building (especially one enjoying conservation protection) thoroughly inside, but leave the façade unaltered, so the view is preserved even if the function changes
faal {c}  :: failure, mistake, blunder
faal {interj}  :: fail
faalangst {m}  :: fear of failure, atychiphobia
faam {m}  :: reputation, fame
faas {mf} [heraldiccharge]  :: fess
fabel {f} {m}  :: legend, fable
fabelachtig {adj}  :: legendary, famous
fabelachtig {adj}  :: fabulous, unbelievable
fabriceren {vt}  :: to manufacture
fabriek {f}  :: factory
fabrieken {vt}  :: to forge (create a forgery)
fabrieken {vt} [child's play]  :: to build, to make
fabrieksmatig {adj}  :: mass-produced, industrial
fabrikant {m}  :: manufacturer
Facebookvriend {m}  :: Facebook friend
facetoog {n}  :: compound eye (complex eye composed of multiple ommatidia common among arthropods)
faciliteit {f}  :: facility, the physical means or contrivances to make something (especially a public service) possible; the required equipment, infrastructure, location etc
facteur {m}  :: mailman
factie {f} [politics, especially Ancient Rome]  :: faction, clique, a temporary opportunistic alliance between politicians who are otherwise unaligned
factie {f} [gaming]  :: faction, a player (computer or human) with a distinct civilisation
factor {m}  :: a factor, element
factor {m} [mathematics]  :: factor
factorij {f} [history]  :: Tradepost abroad in the 16th century. During the reign of the V.O.C. these tradeposts were under the control of the V.O.C. and not of the nation they were in. The tradeposts often consisted of warehouses (and processing facilities compare factory) and houses, protected by a fort
factotum {m}  :: factotum (jack-of-all-trades)
factureren {vt}  :: to invoice
factuur {f}  :: invoice
faculteit {f}  :: college (in the US sense: department of a university dedicated to a given subject), faculty
Faeröer {prop} {p}  :: the Faroe Islands, a Danish Atlantic overseas territory comprising a group of North Sea islands, between Scotland, Iceland and Norway
Faeröers {adj}  :: Faroese, from or pertaining to the Faroe Islands and/or Faroese people
Faeröers {adj}  :: in or pertaining to the Faroese language
Faeröers {prop} {n}  :: the Faroese language
fagocytose {f}  :: phagocytosis
fagot {m}  :: bassoon
fagottist {m}  :: A bassoonist
fagottiste {m}  :: A female bassoonist
failliet {adj}  :: bankrupt
failliet {n}  :: bankruptcy
faillissement {n} [legal]  :: A bankruptcy
faillissement {n} [figuratively]  :: The demise, the undoing of ..
fairway {m} [golf]  :: fairway: the area between the tee and the green, where the grass is cut short
fakir {m} [Islam, Hinduism]  :: fakir
fakkel {f}  :: torch (stick with flame at one end)
falafel {m}  :: falafel
falanx {f} {m} [historical]  :: phalanx
falanx {f} {m} [anatomy]  :: a toe bone or a finger bone; a phalanx
falen {vi}  :: to fail
falen {vi}  :: to default (a payment)
Falklandeilanden {prop} {p}  :: Falkland Islands (overseas territory of the UK in the South Atlantic)
falset {m} [uncountable, music]  :: falsetto register
falset {m} [uncountable, music]  :: a tone in falsetto register
falset {m} [countable, music]  :: someone who sings in falsetto
falsetstem {f} [uncountable, music]  :: falsetto register
falsetstem {f} [countable]  :: a voice in falsetto
falsifieerbaar {adj}  :: falsifiable
falsifieerbaarheid {f}  :: falsifiability
familie {f}  :: family (close kin)
familie {f}  :: relatives (extended kin)
familie {f} [taxonomy]  :: family
familielid {n}  :: relative, family member
familiemoord {m}  :: familicide, murder of several family members often followed by suicide
familiemoord {m}  :: murder of any family member(s)
familienaam {m}  :: achternaam
familienaam {m}  :: geslachtsnaam
familie van het zevende knoopsgat {noun} [idiom]  :: A very distant relative
fan {m}  :: fan (admirer)
fanaat {mf}  :: a fanatic, a zealot
fanaticus {mf}  :: a fanatic
fanatiek {adj}  :: fanatic
fanellen {adj}  :: alternative form of flanellen
fanfare {c}  :: A brass band, with percussion
fanfare {c}  :: A fanfare (flourish)
fantaseren {vi}  :: to fantasize
fantasie {f}  :: imagination
fantast {mf}  :: a fantasizer, dreamer
fantastisch {adj}  :: fantastic
fantoom {n}  :: phantom, apparition, ghost
fantoom {n}  :: figment, mirage, product of fantasy
farad {m}  :: farad
farao {m}  :: pharaoh
farizeeër {m}  :: Pharisee
farmaceutisch {adj}  :: pharmaceutical
farmacologie {f}  :: pharmacology
farmacologisch {adj}  :: pharmacological, of or having to do with pharmacology
farmacoloog {m}  :: pharmacologist
farmen {vt} [online gaming]  :: to farm, to grind
faro {n}  :: a type of beer
fascisme {n}  :: Fascism, an extreme-right totalitarian political regime/ideology
fascist {m}  :: fascist
fascistisch {adj}  :: fascist
fase {f}  :: phase, stage
fase {f} [physics]  :: phase (of a wave)
fasemodulatie {f}  :: phase modulation
faseren {vt}  :: to phase, to divide into several gradual steps
faseverschuivingsmodulatie {f}  :: phase shift keying
fataal {adj}  :: fatal (causing death or destruction)
fatisch {adj}  :: phatic
fatsoen {n}  :: decency, propriety
fatsoenlijk {adj}  :: decent
fatsoensrakker {m} [derogatory]  :: moral crusader, moral guardian
fattoe {?} [slang]  :: joke
fattoe {adj} [slang]  :: funny
fauteuil {m}  :: armchair
fautsoen {n}  :: falchion
favoriet {adj}  :: favourite
favoriet {mf}  :: favourite
fax {m}  :: fax
faxen {vt}  :: to fax (send a fax)
fazant {m}  :: pheasant
febbekak {m} [Brabantian]  :: protege, teacher's pet
februari {m}  :: February
fecunderen {vt}  :: to make fertile, to fecundate
fecunditeit {f}  :: fecundity
fed {abbr}  :: federatie
federaal {adj}  :: federal
federaliseren {vt}  :: to federalize/federalise
federalisering {f}  :: federalization (US), federalisation (UK)
federalisme {n}  :: federalism
federatie {f}  :: federation type of institutionalized interaction, notably in a group of states
fee {f}  :: fairy
feeëriek {adj}  :: wonderful, charming, magical
feest {n}  :: party
feest {n}  :: feast
feest {n}  :: celebration
feestbeest {n}  :: party animal
feestbundel {m}  :: festschrift
feestbundel {m}  :: Also used for other anthologies, often in relation to celebration of some kind
feestdag {m}  :: holiday
feest der herkenning {phrase}  :: An experience that is enjoyable because it evokes a feeling of recognition, such as a faithful cinematic adaptation of a beloved novel. Literally, "feast of recognition"
feestdos {m}  :: A party costume, frock for festive occasions
feestelijk {adj}  :: festive
feestelijkheid {f}  :: festivity
feesten {vi}  :: to party, to celebrate
feestganger {m}  :: partygoer
feestschrift {m}  :: festschrift
feeststol {m}  :: stollen sold and eaten around special occasions
Feest van de Arbeid {prop} {n}  :: Labor Day (on the first of May). Literally, "Festival of Labor"
feilloos {adj}  :: flawless, without errors
feit {n}  :: fact
feite {noun}  :: only used in in feite
feitelijk {adj}  :: actual
feitelijk {adj}  :: factual
feitelijk {adv}  :: in fact, de facto
feitelijk {adv}  :: actually
feitenkennis {f}  :: An often trivial knowledge of facts
fel {adj}  :: bright (e.g. sunlight)
fel {adj}  :: fierce
fel {adv}  :: fiercely
felicitatie {f}  :: congratulation
feliciteren {vt}  :: to congratulate
femelaar {m} [derogatory]  :: hypocrite, sanctimonious person
femicide {f}  :: femicide
feminicide {f}  :: femicide
feminisme {n}  :: feminism
feminist {m}  :: feminist
feministe {f}  :: female feminist
feministisch {adj}  :: feminist
femtoampère {m}  :: femto-ampere: 10-15 of an ampere
femtocandela {mf}  :: femtocandela: 10-15 candela
femto-ohm {m} {n}  :: femto-ohm: 10-15 of an ohms
femtoseconde {f}  :: femtosecond: 10-15 seconds
femtosteradiaal {m}  :: femtosteradian: 10-15 of a steradian
feng shui {n}  :: feng shui
Feng Shui {n}  :: alternative spelling of feng shui
Fenicië {prop} {n}  :: Phoenicia
Feniciër {m}  :: a Phoenician
Fenicisch {adj}  :: Phoenician
Fenicisch {prop} {n}  :: Phoenician (language)
feniks {m}  :: phoenix
fennek {m}  :: fennec (Vulpes zerda)
fenomeen {n}  :: phenomenon (observable event)
fenomeen {n}  :: phenomenon (unexplainable or questionable fact or situation)
fenomenologie {f}  :: phenomenology, study from a subject's perspective
fenotype {n}  :: phenotype
fenyl {n} [organic chemistry]  :: phenyl
fermion {n} [physics]  :: fermion
fermium {n}  :: fermium
ferromagnetisch {adj} [physics]  :: ferromagnetic
ferromagnetisme {n} [physics]  :: ferromagnetism
festeren {v}  :: obsolete form of fêteren
festival {n}  :: festival
festivalisering {f}  :: the tendency of culture to be (increasingly) expressed through festivals; the proliferation of festivals
festiviteit {f}  :: festivity
festoen {n}  :: festoon
feta {m}  :: feta
fetakaas {m}  :: feta cheese
fetisj {m}  :: fetish, an object with supernatural powers, like a talisman or totem
fetisj {m}  :: fetish, something subject to paraphilia
fetisjeur {m}  :: sorcerer who uses fetishes, shaman
fetisjistisch {adj}  :: fetishistic
feut {m}  :: freshman
fez {m}  :: fez
fezelen {vi}  :: to whisper
ff {abbr}  :: ff.
ff {abbr} [colloquial]  :: abbreviation of effen; briefly, just
föhn {m}  :: hair dryer
föhn {m}  :: foehn
fiche {f} [board games, card games]  :: chip, token
fiche {f} [Belgium]  :: form (blank template on paper)
fiche {f} [information science]  :: card, like a punch card, microfiche or file card
fichebak {m} [chiefly Belgium]  :: filing cabinet
fictief {adj}  :: fictional
ficus {m}  :: any plant belonging to the genus Ficus
-fiel {suffix}  :: -phile
fieltachtig {adj} [obsolete]  :: villainous, scandalous, reprehensible
fier {adj}  :: proud
fierljeppen {v}  :: to perform fierljeppen
fierljeppen {n}  :: fierljeppen
fiets {f}  :: bicycle
fiets {f} [motorsports]  :: motorbike
fietsbrug {f} {m}  :: A bicycle bridge
fietsen {vi}  :: to ride or cycle a bicycle, to bike
fietsenrek {n}  :: A bicycle stand or bike rack
fietsenrek {n} [humorous]  :: A (bad) set of teeth with one or more diastemas and/or missing teeth
fietsenstalling {f}  :: A shed, rack or other area where bicycles can be parked
fietser {mf}  :: cyclist, someone who uses a bicycle for ordinary errands
fietsinfrastructuur {f}  :: cycling infrastructure
fietspad {n}  :: cycle path
fietsriksja {m}  :: bicycle rickshaw
fietsrotonde {f}  :: A bicycle roundabout
fietsster {f}  :: female cyclist
fietstaxi {m}  :: velotaxi, pedicab
fietstocht {c}  :: bike ride
figurant {m} [theatre, movies]  :: extra
figurant {m} [figurative]  :: irrelevant person, bit player
figuratief {adj} [arts]  :: figurative
figureren {vt} [obsolete]  :: to form, to shape
figureren {vr} [obsolete, with a reflexive pronoun]  :: to assume form, to appear (in a certain way)
figureren {vrt} [obsolete, with a reflexive pronoun and a separate object]  :: to imagine, to form a mental representation
figureren {vi} [obsolete, theatre, literal]  :: to play a role
figureren {vi} [movies, theatre]  :: to be an extra, to play the role of an extra
figureren {vi} [figurative]  :: to play a role, to figure
figuur {n} {m}  :: figure
figuurlijk {adj}  :: figurative
figuurlijk {adv}  :: figuratively
Fiji {prop} {n}  :: Fiji
fijn {adj}  :: nice, pleasant
fijn {adj}  :: fine, thin
fijn {adj}  :: delicate, meticulous
fijnbos {n}  :: fynbos
fijne feestdagen {phrase}  :: Happy Holidays
fijngevoelig {adj}  :: tactful
fijnstemmer {m}  :: fine tuner (e.g. on a violin)
fijnstof {n}  :: particulate matter
fijnzinnig {adj}  :: subtle, intellectually profound
fik {prop}  :: dog's name
fik {m}  :: fire
fikken {vi} [colloquial]  :: to burn
Fikkie {prop}  :: clichéd name for a dog, Rover
fiks {adj}  :: strong
fiksen {vt}  :: to fix, to arrange, to get done
fiksen {vi}  :: to inject drugs
filatelie {f}  :: philately
filatelist {m}  :: philatelist
filatelistisch {adj}  :: philatelic
file {f}  :: traffic jam
file {f}  :: queue
file {m} [computing]  :: an aggregation of data on a storage device, identified by a name; a file
filet {m} {n}  :: filet (of meat)
filiaal {n}  :: branch, as a location of an organization with several locations
Filipijnen {prop} {p}  :: Philippines (Republic of Philippines)
Filipijns {adj}  :: Filipino, Philippine
Filistijn {m} [history]  :: A Philistine, member of a Biblical non-Semitic people which subdued the Jews in Philistia (hence the name of present Palestine)
Filistijn {m} [figuratively]  :: A philistine, barbarian, heathen
film {m}  :: film, movie
filmfestival {n}  :: film festival
filmmaakster {m}  :: female filmmaker
filmmaker {m}  :: filmmaker
filmploeg {c}  :: film crew
filmproducent {m}  :: film producer
filmproducente {f}  :: female film producer
filmregisseur {m}  :: film director
filmregisseuse {f}  :: female film director
filmzaal {f}  :: cinema, movie theater
filmzaal {f}  :: viewing room of a cinema
filo- {prefix}  :: philo-
filologe {f}  :: female philologist
filoloog {m}  :: philologist
Filomena {prop} {f}  :: given name
filosofe {f}  :: (female) philosopher
filosofie {f}  :: philosophy
filosofisch {adj}  :: philosophical
filosoof {m}  :: philosopher
filou {m} [Belgium]  :: scoundrel, cheat
filter {m} {n}  :: filter
Fin {m}  :: Finn (inhabitant of Finland)
finaal {adj}  :: final
finaal {adv}  :: totally, completely
finale {f}  :: a final, e.g. the end-round in a competition
finalist {m}  :: finalist
financieel {adj}  :: financial
financier {m}  :: (financial} financier, sponsor
financierder {mf}  :: (financial) sponsor
financieren {vt}  :: to finance
financiën {p}  :: finances
finish {f}  :: finish; end
finishen {vi} [racing]  :: to finish
Finland {prop} {n}  :: Finland
Finoegrisch {adj}  :: alternative form of Fins-Oegrisch
Fins {adj}  :: Finnish
Fins {prop} {n}  :: Finnish (language)
Finse Golf {prop} {f}  :: Gulf of Finland
Fins-Oegrisch {adj}  :: Finno-Ugric
fint {f}  :: a wile
fiool {mf}  :: vial
firma {f}  :: a large-scale company, a firm
fiscaal {adj}  :: fiscal
fiscaal {m}  :: fiscal
fiscaliteit {f}  :: The fiscality, all matters concerning taxation
fiscaliteit {f}  :: The whole of taxes raised from a population
fiscaliteit {f} [uncommon]  :: The burden of being taxable, taxability
fiskaal {adj}  :: superseded spelling of fiscaal
fiskaal {m}  :: superseded spelling of fiscaal (The fiskaal was an officer of the Vereenigde Oost-Indische Compagnie (VOC or Dutch East India Company) at the Cape of Good Hope in the 18th Century. The modern equivalent is a police officer.)
fissa {n} [slang]  :: party
fit {adj}  :: fit (in good shape)
fitheid {f}  :: The state, quality, or condition of being fit or healthy; fitness
fixen {v}  :: alternative spelling of fiksen
fixeren {vt}  :: to fix, affix
fladderaar {m}  :: someone or something that flutters
fladderaar {m} [poetic]  :: butterfly
fladderen {vi}  :: to flutter
flag {m} [computing]  :: flag
flagel {m}  :: flagellum
flagellum {m}  :: flagellum
flagrant {adj}  :: flagrant
flamingo {m}  :: flamingo
flanel {n}  :: flannel (cloth material)
flanellen {adj}  :: (made of) flannel
flaneren {vi}  :: to loiter, to saunter around aimlessly
flaneur {m}  :: A person who walks the city in order to experience it
flaneur {m} [Belgium]  :: A saunterer; a lounger
flap {m}  :: flap (something flexible that is loose)
flap {m} [colloquial]  :: banknote
flapdrol {m} [colloquial, pejorative]  :: fool, nincompoop
flappentap {m} [colloquial]  :: automated teller machine
flappen tappen {vi} [colloquial]  :: to withdraw cash
flapuit {m}  :: a loquacious person, one who talks without thinking it through first
flard {f} {m}  :: bit, piece
flard {f} {m}  :: shred, tatter
flashback {m}  :: flashback
flashgeheugen {n} [computer hardware]  :: flash memory
flask {f}  :: flask
flat {m}  :: flat, apartment
flat {m}  :: tower block
flater {m}  :: blooper, stupid mistake
flatgebouw {n}  :: apartment building
flauw {adj}  :: boring, tasteless
flauw {adj}  :: languid, weak
flauw {adj}  :: (concept) vague, hazy
flauw {adj}  :: (flavour) tasteless, bland
flauwekul {m}  :: nonsense (meaningless words)
flauwte {f}  :: a sudden loss of consciousness; syncope
flauwte {f} [economics]  :: low demand in markets
flauwvallen {vi}  :: to faint
flegmone {f} {m} [pathology]  :: phlegmon
flens {m}  :: A smack, blow, especially on the ear
flens {m} [usually in the diminutive: flensje]  :: A small, flat pancake
flens {m} [rare]  :: A small (loin)cloth
flens {m} [slang]  :: (etymology uncertain) milk
flens {interj}  :: An exclamation to express hitting or throwing
flens {m}  :: A flange, rim or collar on a metal object
flens {m}  :: The flattened end of a metal bar, to be fixed on a surface
flerovium {n}  :: flerovium
fles {f}  :: bottle
flessen {vt}  :: to scam, to con
flessenlikker {m}  :: bottle scraper
flessentrekker {m}  :: swindler, fraudster
flets {adj}  :: pale, lurid, wan
fleurig {adj}  :: cheerful
Flevoland {prop} {n}  :: Flevoland, a province of the Netherlands
flexibel {adj} [literally]  :: flexible, pliable
flexibel {adj} [figuratively]  :: adaptable, flexible
flexibel {adj} [figuratively]  :: easygoing, approachable
flexibiliteit {f}  :: flexibility
flierefluiter {m}  :: someone with a happy-go-lucky mentality, a frivolous person
flik {m} [slang]  :: police officer
flik {m} [slang, dated]  :: homosexual
flikflooien {vt}  :: to butter up, flatter hoping for profit in return
flikflooien {vi}  :: to practice flattery, sycophancy
flikflooien {vi}  :: to resort to dubious methods or ploys
flikken {vt} [colloquial]  :: to do, to pull off
flikker {m}  :: A mender, fixer, someone who mends or fixes
flikker {m}  :: A jump while clicking the heels
flikker {m}  :: A human body, especially when in the nude
flikker {m} [Netherlands]  :: A bit
flikker {m} [slang, contemptuous, pejorative]  :: A homosexual male; a queer
flikkerbeweging {f}  :: queer movement (movement for homosexual emancipation)
flikkeren {vi}  :: to flicker, to waver unsteadily
flikkeren {vi} [colloquial]  :: to fall
flikker op {interj} [vulgar, slang]  :: bugger off
flink {adj}  :: large, sturdy
flink {adj}  :: brave, showing no pain or fear
flink {adj}  :: considerable
flink {adv}  :: considerably, very
flinks {adj} [neologism]  :: Having a left-wing policy with characteristics usually associated with right-wing policies
flippen {vi}  :: to go berserk, to flip
flippen {vi}  :: to act out of the ordinary, for example having an epileptic attack
flirten {vi}  :: to flirt
flits {m} [figuratively]  :: A flash; an instant
flits {m}  :: lightning bolt
flits {m}  :: brief but intense radiation from a flashtube
flits {m}  :: short television or radio reportage
flitsen {vi}  :: to flash, to suddenly brightly illuminate
flitsen {vt}  :: to photograph with a speed camera
flitsend {v}  :: fast
flitspaal {m}  :: traffic enforcement camera
flitspuit {f}  :: atomiser / atomizer
floëem {n}  :: phloem
floers {n}  :: veil (something mourners wear to funerals)
floers {n} [figuratively]  :: darkness, obscurity
flop {m}  :: A failure, something that went wrong
flop {m}  :: short for floppydisk
floppen {vi}  :: to flop, to fail
floppydisk {m}  :: floppy disk
floret {f} [fencing]  :: foil
florist {m} [historical]  :: speculator in tulips around the time of the tulip mania
flottielje {f}  :: flottilla
flottille {f}  :: alternative form of flottielje
fluisteren {vti}  :: to whisper
fluistertolken {n}  :: chuchotage
fluit {mf} [musical instruments]  :: flute or the sound it creates
fluit {mf}  :: a whistle
fluit {mf}  :: organ pipe
fluit {mf} [colloquial]  :: penis
fluit {mf}  :: shortened form of certain compounds, notably fluitglas, fluitschip
fluiten {vit}  :: to whistle
fluiten {vi}  :: To make any similar sound, as a passing bullet
fluiter {m}  :: A fluter, flute player, flutist
fluiter {m}  :: A whistler; whistleblower
fluiter {m}  :: The songbird species Phylloscopus sibilator
fluitje {noun}  :: a kind of beer glass
fluitketel {m}  :: A whistling-kettle, which makes a sharp sound when the boiled water releases steam trough a hole on top
fluor- {prefix} [functional group prefix]  :: fluoro-
fluor {n}  :: the chemical element fluorine (symbol: F)
fluteglas {n} [Belgium]  :: champagne flute
fluvioglaciaal {adj}  :: fluvioglacial, having to do with meltwater
fluweel {n}  :: velvet (closely woven fabric with pile on one side)
fluweelzacht {adj}  :: velvety, as soft as velvet
fluwelen {adj} [literally]  :: velveteen, made of velvet
fluwelen {adj} [figuratively]  :: velvety, soft and pleasant like velvet
fluwijn {n}  :: beech marten, Martes foina
fniezen {v}  :: alternative form of niezen
fobie {f} [pathology]  :: A phobia, irrational or obsessive fear or anxiety
foei {interj}  :: bah!, fie!
foeilelijk {adj}  :: shamefully ugly, extremely ugly
foerageren {vi}  :: to forage
foert {interj} [exclamation, Belgium]  :: get all lost/fucked; I've had it
foertstem {f} [chiefly Belgium]  :: protest vote
foeteren {vi}  :: to grumble, complain
foetsie {adj}  :: gone, vanished
foetus {n} {m}  :: fetus
fok {m}  :: A foresail
fok {m}  :: By comparison, of shape:
fok {m}  :: a nose
fok {m}  :: the head of a cogwheel
fok {m} [uncountable]  :: The activity or business of breeding (notably of domesticated animals)
fokkemast {m}  :: alternative form of fokkenmast
fokken {vt}  :: to breed
fokken {vt} [rare]  :: to strike
fokken {vt} [rare]  :: to beget
fokkenmast {m}  :: the foremast, foremost mast, originally on a three-mast sailing ship, carrying the foresail
folder {m}  :: (folded) leaflet with information of advertising
folie {f} {n}  :: foil (sheet of material)
Folkert {prop} {m}  :: given name
follikel {m}  :: follicle
folterbank {c}  :: rack (torturing device)
folteren {vt}  :: to torture, to torment, to agonize
fonds {n}  :: fund (amount of money, usually on an account, destined for some purpose)
fonds {n} [finance]  :: stock (e.g. in an exchange)
foneem {n} [phonology]  :: A phoneme
fonetiek {f} [linguistics]  :: The linguistic discipline phonetics, study of speech, sounds and their representation by written symbols
fonetiek {f} [music]  :: The correct use of speech and voice
fonkelen {vi}  :: to twinkle, to sparkle
fono- {prefix}  :: phono-
fonologie {f} [linguistics]  :: phonology
fonoloog {m}  :: phonologist
fontein {f} [obsolete]  :: A well, spring
fontein {f}  :: A fountain, monumental or small artificial water feature
fontein {f} [obsolete]  :: The water which springs from one of the above; any water
fontein {f}  :: A drink - and/or or wash basin with a tab
-foob {suffix}  :: -phobe
fooi {f}  :: a gift using money (often for people (artists, beggars, ...) on places like city centers)
fooi {f}  :: a tip (a small amount of money left for a bartender or servant as a token of appreciation)
-foon {suffix}  :: -phone
foor {f} [Belgian]  :: fair, convention
foor {f} [Belgian]  :: funfair, carnival
fopletter {f}  :: a letter that shifts the preceding vowel sound so that it deviates from its spelling
foppen {vt}  :: to fool, to trick, to deceive
fopspeen {f}  :: pacifier
forel {m}  :: trout (fish species)
forens {m}  :: commuter
forensentrein {m}  :: commuter train
forensisch {adj}  :: legal, court -, trial -
forensisch {adj}  :: especially, forensic, relating to the use of science and technology in the investigation and establishment of facts or evidence in a court of law
forensisme {n}  :: commuting
fork {f} [computer science]  :: A fork, splitting-up of an existing process into itself and a child process executing parts of the same program
form. {adj}  :: abbreviation of formeel
formaat {n}  :: size,
formaat {n}  :: stature, importance
formaat {n}  :: (file) format
formaliseren {vt}  :: to formalize, make official
formaliseren {vt}  :: to give shape or form to
formalisme {n}  :: formalism
formalist {m}  :: formalist
formaliteit {f}  :: formality
formateur {m}  :: trainer
formateur {m} [politics]  :: chief political negotiator for formal talks that are intended to lead to the formation of a cabinet
formatteren {vt} [computing]  :: to format
formeel {adj}  :: formal
formeel {adv}  :: formally
formeren {vt}  :: to form
formicarium {n}  :: formicarium
formule {f} {m}  :: formula
formuleren {vt}  :: to formulate
formulering {f}  :: the choice of words; wording
formulering {f}  :: to articulate something with words; articulation
formulering {f}  :: to make a formula
formulier {n}  :: A form, a formally standardized (often printed) document to fill out in order to file a specific request, declaration etc
fornuis {n}  :: cooker, stove
fors {adj}  :: sturdy, strong
fors {adj}  :: substantial, considerable
fors {adv}  :: strongly
forsgebouwd {adj}  :: burly
fort {n}  :: castle
fortuin {n} [uncountable]  :: luck
fortuin {n}  :: fortune (riches)
fortuin {c}  :: fortune (destiny)
fortuinlijk {adj}  :: fortunate
forwarden {vt} [colloquial]  :: to forward (an e-mail)
fosfor {n}  :: phosphorus
fosforescentie {f}  :: phosphorescence
fosforesceren {vi}  :: to phosphoresce
fossiel {n}  :: fossil
fossiel {n} [figuratively, derogatory]  :: someone with very old fashioned ideas, a dinosaur
fossiel {adj}  :: fossil
foto {f}  :: photo, photograph
foto- {prefix}  :: photo-
fotocamera {f}  :: (still) photography camera
fotocopie {f}  :: superseded spelling of fotokopie
fotograaf {m}  :: photographer
fotografe {f}  :: female photographer
fotograferen {vt}  :: to photograph, to shoot (to take a photograph)
fotografie {f}  :: photography
fotografie {f}  :: photograph
fotografisch {adj}  :: photographic
fotografisch geheugen {n}  :: photographic memory
fotokopie {f}  :: photocopy
fotolamp {f}  :: photographer's lamp
foton {n}  :: A photon, quantum of light
foton {n}  :: The unit of electromagnetic radiation
fotorespiratie {f}  :: photorespiration
fotosoepen {vt} [humorous]  :: to photoshop
fotosynthese {f} [biology]  :: photosynthesis
fototoestel {n}  :: camera to shoot still pictures
fouilleren {vt}  :: to search, to frisk
Fourier-cosinusreeks {f} {m}  :: Fourier cosine series
Fourierreeks {f} {m}  :: Fourier series
Fourier-reeks {f} {m}  :: Fourier series
Fourier-sinusreeks {f} {m}  :: Fourier sine series
Fouriertransformatie {f}  :: Fourier transform
Fourier-transformatie {f}  :: alternative spelling of Fouriertransformatie
fout {f}  :: error
fout {f}  :: mistake
fout {adj}  :: wrong
foutenmarge {f} {m}  :: Erroneus alternative form of foutmarge, margin of error
foutenrapportage {f}  :: error report
foutief {adj} [formal]  :: wrong, erroneous, incorrect
foutmarge {f} {m}  :: A margin of error
f-pion {m} [chess]  :: f-pawn: pawn placed on the f-file at the beginning of the game
Fr. {abbr}  :: abbreviation of Frans
fra. {abbr}  :: FransFrench (language)
fraai {adj}  :: beautiful, pretty, handsome
fraai {adj}  :: nice, fancy
fractie {f}  :: fraction
fractie {f}  :: parliamentary party (i.e. all the members in parliament who belong to a given political party)
fractievoorzitter {m}  :: (male) parliamentary group leader
Fraenkel {prop}  :: a Dutch surname
fragiel {adj}  :: fragile
fragiliteit {f}  :: fragility
fragment {n}  :: a fragment
fragmentatie {f}  :: fragmentation
fragmentenhypothese {f}  :: fragmentary hypothesis [regarding the Pentateuch/Torah]
fragmenteren {v} [ergative]  :: to fragment
frak {m} [Brabantian]  :: coat (item of apparel)
framboos {m} [botany]  :: raspberry (the plant species Rubus idaeus)
framboos {m}  :: (commonly) its fruit
framboos {m}  :: the color of raspberries
frame {n} [snooker]  :: frame
frame {n} [construction]  :: frame
Française {f}  :: A Frenchwoman
Francis {prop} {m}  :: given name
francium {n}  :: francium
franco {adj}  :: with freightages paid by the sender
Franco {prop} {m}  :: given name, equivalent to Frank or Francis(cus)
Franco {prop} {m}  :: surname of Spanish origin
Franco {prop} {m}  :: notably refers to the long-ruling right)wing 20th century Spanish caudillo since the Spanish Civil War
Franeker {prop} {n}  :: Franeker (historic city of Friesland)
franje {f} {m}  :: fringe
Frankisch {adj}  :: Frankish, Franconian (related to the Franks or the areas they inhabited)
Frankisch {prop} {n}  :: The Franconian languages
Frankisch {prop} {n}  :: The Old Frankish language
Frankrijk {prop} {n}  :: France
Frans {adj}  :: French
Frans {prop} {n}  :: French (language)
Frans {prop} {m}  :: given name
Franse {f}  :: Frenchwoman
Frans Guyana {prop}  :: Misspelling of Frans-Guyana
Frans-Guyana {prop} {n}  :: French Guiana
Fransman {m}  :: A Frenchman, French male
Frans-Polynesië {prop}  :: French Polynesia
frase {f}  :: phrase
fraude {f}  :: fraud
frauderen {vi}  :: to commit fraud
fraudeur {m}  :: A fraudster
frauduleus {adj}  :: fraudulent, constituting fraud
Frederik {prop}  :: given name, cognate to English Frederick
fregat {n}  :: A frigate, type of (once sailing, small but fast three-mast) warship, applied to progressively larger types in time, since 1943 mainly escort ships
fregatvogel {m} [zoology]  :: A frigate bird, the species Fregata aquila or another rapacious seabird of the Fregatidae family
freineren {vi} [dialect]  :: to brake
freon {m}  :: Freon
frequentie {f}  :: frequency (rate of occurrence of anything)
frequentie {f}  :: frequency, measure of pulsation as in (radio) waves
frequentiemodulatie {f}  :: frequency modulation
frequentieverschuivingsmodulatie {f}  :: frequency shift keying
fresco {n}  :: fresco
fret {m}  :: ferret, Mustela putorius furo
fret {m} [music]  :: fret, on the neck on for example a guitar
fretten {noun} [transitive, colloquial]  :: to eat
freule {f}  :: an unmarried noblewoman
fricatief {adj}  :: fricative
fricatief {m} [linguistics]  :: A fricative consonant
frictie {f}  :: friction
frictie {f}  :: social friction, conflict
friemelen {vi}  :: to fidget, to fiddle
Fries {m}  :: a Frisian, member of a Germanic people; speaker of their language
Fries {m}  :: a West Frisian specifically
Fries {m}  :: Short form for various names relating to Friesland or Frisians, such as the bovine race
Fries {adj}  :: Frisian (any member of the Frisian people)
Fries {adj}  :: West Frisian specifically (of the Frisian part of the Netherlands)
Fries {prop} {n}  :: Frisian (any of the Frisian languages)
Fries {prop} {n}  :: specifically, West Frisian
Friesland {prop} {n}  :: Friesland, a province of The Netherlands
friet {c} [uncountable]  :: chips, french fries
friet {c} [countable]  :: a single chip/french fry, or a portion thereof
friettent {f}  :: chip shop, friterie, takeaway
frigo {m} [Belgium]  :: fridge, refrigerator
frik {mf} [dated, pejorative]  :: a narrow-minded and prejudiced schoolteacher
fris {adj}  :: fresh, refreshing
fris {adj}  :: chilly
fris {n}  :: soft drink
frisdrank {m}  :: a soda, soft drink
frisheid {f}  :: freshness
frites {?}  :: alternative spelling of friet
friteuse {f}  :: deep fryer
friture {f} [Belgium]  :: chip shop, friterie, takeaway
frituren {vt}  :: to deep-fry
frituur {f} [Belgium]  :: chip shop, friterie, takeaway
frituurpan {f}  :: deep fryer, chip pan
frituurvet {n}  :: deep-frying oil
Friulaans {prop} {n}  :: Friulian (language spoken in Friuli)
Friulisch {prop} {n}  :: Friulian (language spoken in Friuli)
frivool {adj}  :: frivolous
frivool {adv}  :: frivolously
front {n}  :: front
fronton {n} [architecture]  :: pediment
fructose {f} {m}  :: fructose
fruit {n}  :: fruit [produced by trees or bushes, or any sweet vegetable]
fruitachtig {adj}  :: fruitlike
fruitmand {f}  :: fruit basket
fruitvlieg {f}  :: fruitfly
frunniken {vi}  :: to fidget, fiddle
frustratie {f}  :: frustration
frustreren {vt}  :: to frustrate
Frygisch {prop} {n}  :: Phrygian (language)
f-sleutel {m} [music]  :: F-clef
ft. {abbr}  :: fort, vesting
fte {n}  :: full-time equivalent
fêteren {vt}  :: to have festivities in honour of, to celebrate (a person)
fuckhoofd {n} [vulgar]  :: fuckhead
fucking {adj} [slang, vulgar]  :: fucking, intensifier, especially to indicate annoyance
fucking {adv} [slang, vulgar]  :: fucking, intensifier
fuif {f}  :: party, festive gathering as celebration (often named in compounds, e.g. kerstfuif for Christmas) or just for fun
fuifnummer {n}  :: party animal
fuik {f}  :: fyke
fulleriet {n} [mineral]  :: fullerite
functie {f}  :: job, position
functie {f} [mathematics]  :: function
functie {f} [computing]  :: function
functie {f}  :: use (of a machine or tool)
functionaal {f} [mathematics]  :: functional
functionaris {mf}  :: a functionary, an official
functionele reserve {noun} [medicine]  :: functional reserve
functioneren {vi}  :: to function, to work
fundament {n}  :: basis
fundament {n}  :: foundation
fundamentalisme {n}  :: fundamentalism (extremist view in religion)
fundamentalistenpaar {n}  :: Christian-fundamentalist married couple
fundamenteel {adj}  :: fundamental
funderen {vt}  :: to found, to place a foundation under
funderen {vt}  :: to found, to establish
fungeren {vi}  :: to function
furtief {adj}  :: furtive
fuselier {m}  :: fusilier
fuselier {m} [by extension]  :: infantry soldier armed with a later type of rifle
fuseren {vi}  :: to fuse, to merge
fusie {f}  :: fusion, mixture, combination
fusie {f}  :: merger
fusiegemeente {f}  :: a municipality arisen by fusion of municipalities (mainly in Belgium; a former municipality is called a deelgemeente)
fusilleren {vt}  :: to execute by firing squad
fusioneren {v} [Belgium, of organisations]  :: to merge
fust {n}  :: cask (e.g. containing beer)
futiliteit {f}  :: triviality, unimportance, futility
futloos {adj}  :: dull, spiritless
futuristisch {adj}  :: futuristic
fuut {m}  :: grebe
fysica {f}  :: physics (branch of science)
fysicus {m}  :: physicist, scientist or amateur student of physics
fysiek {adj}  :: physical (in the sense of Physical Education)
fysio- {prefix}  :: physio-; pertaining to nature, medicine and the human body
fysiognomie {f}  :: physiognomy (pseudoscience)
fysiologie {f}  :: physiology
fysioloog {mf}  :: physiologist
fysiotherapeut {m}  :: physiotherapist (usual term in the Netherlands)
fysiotherapeute {m}  :: female physiotherapist
fysiotherapie {f}  :: physiotherapy (usual term in the Netherlands)
fysisch {adj}  :: physical, having to do with matter, nature, the material world
fysisch {adj}  :: having to do with physics, the natural science