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V {letter}  :: The twenth-second letter of the Dutch alphabet
VAGH {initialism}  :: Vereniging van Assistent-Geneeskundigen in de Heelkunde (Association of Assistant Physicians in Surgery)
VDW {initialism}  :: van der Waals
VDW {initialism}  :: van der Walt
VGT {abbr}  :: Vlaamse Gebarentaal ≡ Flemish sign language
VN {prop}  :: UN
VS {initialism}  :: Verenigde Staten, short for Verenigde Staten van Amerika: United States of America
VSA {prop} [rare]  :: initialism of Verenigde Staten van Amerika: USA
VTB-VAB {initialism}  :: Vlaamse Toeristenbond - Vlaamse Automobilistenbond (Belgian Tourist and Automobile Association)
V.T.T. {abbr}  :: voltooid tegenwoordige tijd
V.Tk.T. {abbr}  :: Voltooid Toekomende Tijd
VVD {prop} {f}  :: initialism of Volkspartij voor Vrijheid en Democratie; People's Party for Freedom and Democracy, a conservative liberal political party in the Netherlands
V.V.T. {abbr}  :: Voltooid Verleden Tijd
V.V.Tk.T. {abbr}  :: Voltooid Verleden Toekomende Tijd
Vaderdag {m}  :: Father's Day, a day (in June) in informal celebration of fathers and fatherhood
Valentijn {prop}  :: given name, cognate to English Valentine
Valletta {prop} {n}  :: Valletta
Vandaals {prop} {n}  :: Vandalic (language)
Vandaals {adj}  :: Vandalic, Vandal
Vasconisch {adj}  :: Vasconic
Vascoons {adj}  :: alternative form of Vasconisch
Vaticaan {prop} {n}  :: Vatican
Vaticaans {adj}  :: Vatican
Vaticaanstad {prop} {n}  :: Vatican City
Veerle {prop}  :: given name, a specific Flemish female name,diminutive of Verula
Veerletje {prop}  :: given name, a diminutive of Veerle
Veghel {prop} {n}  :: A town in North Brabant, the Netherlands
Veluwe {prop} {c}  :: An area and natural reserve located in the province of Gelderland, the Netherlands
Veluws {adj}  :: relating to the Veluwe
Veluws {prop}  :: Veluws
Venetië {prop} {n}  :: Venice
Venetiaans {adj}  :: Venetian (relating to Venice)
Venezuela {prop} {n}  :: Venezuela
Venus {prop} {f}  :: Venus (planet)
Verbrugge {prop}  :: surname
Vercammen {prop}  :: surname
Vercruysse {prop} [Belgium]  :: A surname
Verenigd Koninkrijk {prop} {n}  :: United Kingdom
Verenigd Koninkrijk van Groot-Brittannië en Noord-Ierland {prop} {n}  :: United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
Verenigde Arabische Emiraten {prop} {p}  :: United Arab Emirates
Verenigde Staten {prop} {p}  :: United States
Verenigde Staten van Amerika {prop} {p}  :: United States of America
Verweggistan {prop} {n}  :: A proverbially obscure, far away country. Literally means 'farawayistan', and is used similar to Timbuktu or Outer Mongolia in English
Vessem {prop} {n}  :: Small town in the North Brabant province of the Netherlands
Veulen {prop} {n} [constellation]  :: Equuleus
Veurne {prop}  :: a Belgian city and municipality in the Flemish province of West Flanders
Victoriaans {adj}  :: Victorian
Vietnam {prop} {n}  :: Vietnam
Vietnamees {adj}  :: Vietnamese
Vietnamees {m}  :: Vietnamese person
Vietnamees {prop} {n}  :: Vietnamese (language)
Vilnius {prop} {n}  :: Vilnius
Vissen {prop} {m} [zodiac constellations, astrology]  :: Pisces
Vlaams {prop} {n}  :: Flemish
Vlaams {adj}  :: Flemish
Vlaams-Brabant {prop} {n}  :: Flemish Brabant, a province of Belgium
Vlaamse gaai {m} [zoology]  :: Eurasian jay (Garrulus glandarius)
Vlaanderen {prop} {n}  :: Flanders
Vlaardingen {prop}  :: Vlaardingen (city)
Vlaardingen {prop}  :: Vlaardingen (municipality)
Vlaming {m}  :: Fleming
Vlieg {prop} {f} [constellation]  :: Musca
Vliegende Vis {prop} {m} [constellation]  :: Volans
Vlieland {prop}  :: Vlieland (island)
Vlieland {prop}  :: Vlieland (municipality)
Vlinder {prop}  :: given name
Völuspá {prop}  :: the Völuspá
Voer {prop} {?}  :: A minor tributary of the river Maas (Meuse)
Voerman {prop} {m} [constellation]  :: Auriga
Vogelaartje {noun}  :: An embarrassing mistake made by a politician, especially a minister, when confronted with critical journalists
Volapük {prop} {n}  :: Volapük [definite article is often omitted]
Volkenbond {prop} {m}  :: League of Nations
Volksrepubliek China {prop} {n}  :: People's Republic of China
Volksrepubliek Loegansk {prop} {f}  :: Luhansk People's Republic
Voormalige Joegoslavische Republiek Macedonië {prop}  :: former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia
Voorst {prop}  :: Voorst (village)
Voorst {prop}  :: Voorst (municipality)
Vosje {prop} {n} [constellation]  :: Vulpecula
Vroegnieuwengels {prop} {n}  :: Early Modern English
Vroegnieuwengels {adj}  :: Early Modern English
Vroegnieuwhoogduits {prop} {n}  :: Early New High German
Vroegnieuwhoogduits {adj}  :: Early New High German
Vroegnieuwnederlands {prop} {n}  :: Early Modern Dutch
Vroegnieuwnederlands {adj}  :: Early Modern Dutch
Vrolijk Kerstfeest {phrase}  :: Merry Christmas
Vrolijk Kerstfeest en een Gelukkig Nieuwjaar {phrase}  :: Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
Vulgair Latijn {prop} {n}  :: Vulgar Latin
Vulgair-Latijns {adj}  :: Vulgar Latin
v {letter}  :: The twenty-second letter of the Dutch alphabet
v. {abbr}  :: van (in surnames)
v. {abbr} [grammar]  :: vrouwelijk (feminin)
v. Chr. {abbr}  :: voor Christus
v.Chr. {abbr}  :: voor Christus; BC
vaag {adj}  :: vague, hazy
vaag {adj} [colloquial]  :: odd, weird
vaagtaal {f}  :: a speech or writing abundant with weasel words
vaak {adv}  :: often
vaak {adj}  :: frequent, regular
vaak {f}  :: sleepiness
vaal {adj} [of skin]  :: sallow, pallid
vaal {adj} [of color, lighting etc]  :: pale, light
vaalt {f}  :: dung heap
vaam {m}  :: rare form of vadem
vaandel {n}  :: ensign
vaandel {n}  :: banner, pennant
vaandelvlucht {f} [military]  :: desertion
vaandelvlucht {f} [politics]  :: defection (from an opinion or organisation)
vaandrig {m}  :: ensign, someone (usually a low-ranking officer) who carriers a banner
vaarboom {m}  :: punting pole
vaarder {m} [nautical]  :: sailor, skipper
vaardig {adj}  :: skillful
vaardig {adj} [archaic]  :: ready
vaardigen {vt} [archaic]  :: to ready, make ready
vaardigheid {f}  :: skill
vaargeul {f} {m} [transport, nautical]  :: channel, fairway
vaars {f}  :: heifer (bovine)
vaart {f}  :: trip (by boat)
vaart {f}  :: speed, momentum
vaart {f}  :: canal
vaart {f}  :: shipping, maritime traffic
vaartuig {n} [nautical]  :: vessel
vaarwater {n} [transport, nautical]  :: fairway, waterway
vaarweg {m}  :: waterway
vaarwel {interj}  :: goodbye, farewell. The connotation is somewhat sad, almost poetic
vaas {f}  :: vase
vaat {f}  :: (dirty) dishes, washing-up
vaataandoening {f}  :: vascular disease
vaatbundel {m}  :: vascular bundle
vaatdoek {m}  :: dishcloth, dishtowel
vaatwasmachine {f}  :: A mechanical dishwasher
vaatwasser {m}  :: dishwasher (machine)
vacature {f}  :: vacancy, job opening
vacaturebank {f} {m}  :: a job bank - similar to an online employment agency
vaccin {n}  :: vaccine
vaccinatie {f}  :: vaccination, inoculation with a vaccine
vacht {f}  :: fur
vacht {f}  :: pelt
vacuüm {n}  :: A vacuum
vacuüm {n} [figuratively]  :: emptiness, meaninglessness
vacuüm {adj}  :: In or constituting a vacuum
vacuüm {adj} [figuratively]  :: empty, meaningless
vadem {m}  :: fathom
vademecum {n}  :: vade mecum
vader {m}  :: father
vader {m}  :: forefather
vaderland {n}  :: fatherland, one's own native land/nation and/or the country of one's forefathers, the possible object of patriotism
vaderlijk {adj}  :: paternal
vaderloos {adj}  :: fatherless, without a father
vadermoord {m}  :: patricide, parricide of one's father
vadermoord {m} [figuratively]  :: defamation of a fatherlike authority figure (a person or an organization such as a business)
vaderschap {n}  :: fatherhood
vaderschapsverlof {n}  :: paternity leave
vaderstad {f} {m}  :: hometown
vadsig {adj}  :: (informal) Overweight, often lazy
vadsig {adj}  :: (informal) Slow or apathetic
va-et-vient {m}  :: comings and goings, toing and froing
vagen {v}  :: alternative form of vegen
vagevuur {n}  :: purgatory
vagina {f}  :: vagina
vaginaal {adj}  :: vaginal (of the vagina)
vaginose {f}  :: vaginosis (vaginal infection)
vair {n} [heraldry]  :: vair (fur used in heraldry)
vak {n}  :: compartment (e.g. a shelf, a section)
vak {n}  :: subject (in school)
vak {n}  :: profession
vak {n}  :: trade, craft
vakantie {f}  :: holiday, vacation
vakantieganger {m}  :: holidaymaker, vacationer
vakbond {m}  :: trade union
vaker {adv}  :: more often (comparative of vaak)
vakgebied {n}  :: field (within a subject or profession)
vakidioot {m} [pejorative]  :: A (very) capable professional with little societal awareness or engagement, especially one who exaggerates the importance of one's specialism
vakkundig {adj}  :: skillful, competent
vakman {m}  :: craftsman
vakmanschap {n}  :: craftsmanship
vakwerk {n}  :: A good, professional-level job, ably skilled performance
vakwerk {n}  :: A construction technique where a building's (exterior) wall is divided up by wooden laths into squares, often subdivided diagonally, then each square or triangle filled up with plaster etc
val {m}  :: fall (act of falling)
val {m}  :: downfall, demise
val {m}  :: trap, snare
val {m}  :: (in compounds) case
val {m}  :: (in compounds) nightfall
val {m} [obsolete]  :: catfish
valavond {m}  :: nightfall, sundown
valbrug {mf}  :: drawbridge
vale vos {m}  :: pale fox (Vulpes pallida)
valentie {f}  :: valence
valentienucleon {n} [physics]  :: valence nucleon
valeriaan {c}  :: valerian, Valeriana officinalis
valg {f}  :: fallow
valide {adj}  :: valid
valide {adj}  :: healthy, strong, not handicapped
valies {n}  :: portmanteau (travelling case)
valk {f} {m}  :: falcon
valk {f} {m}  :: a type of sailboat (see the picture)
valkenier {m}  :: falconer
valkerij {f}  :: falconry, sport of hunting by using trained birds of prey
valkerij {f}  :: the art of training birds for it
valkerij {f}  :: a falcon house
valkuil {m}  :: pitfall (type of trap)
valkuil {m}  :: pitfall (hazard in general)
valkuil {mf}  :: hawk owl (owl in the genus Ninox)
vallei {f} {m}  :: valley
vallen {vi}  :: to fall, to tumble
vallen {vi}  :: to fall, to begin (of a time period)
vallen {v} [auxiliary, with te]  :: to be able to be
vallen onder {v}  :: to fall under
vallen op {v}  :: to be romantically or sexually attracted to, to fancy
valling {f} [Belgium]  :: rhinitis, cold
valling {f}  :: unripe fruit that fell to the ground
valling {f}  :: inclination (of a slope etcetera)
valluik {n}  :: trapdoor
valmes {n}  :: jack-knife, flick knife
valreep {m} [dated, nautical]  :: rope ladder; originally a single rope with knots
valreep {m} [nautical]  :: opening in a ship's railings
valreep {m} [by extension, nautical]  :: accommodation ladder
vals {adj}  :: fake, false
vals {adj} [music]  :: off-key, out of tune
vals {adj}  :: (of animals) vicious
valscherm {n}  :: parachute
valselijk {adv}  :: falsely
valsspelen {v}  :: to cheat
valsspeler {m}  :: cheater
valstrik {m} [literally]  :: snare, trap for catching animals or trespassers
valstrik {m} [figuratively]  :: any kind of trap or ploy made to deceive
valuta {mf}  :: currency (money or other item used to facilitate transactions)
valuur {n}  :: the hour of nightfall, sundown
vampier {m}  :: a vampire
van {prep}  :: of (possession, property)
van {prep}  :: of (general association)
van {prep}  :: by, of (creator)
van {prep}  :: from (origin)
van {prep}  :: from (starting point of a movement or change)
van {prep}  :: from (starting point in time)
van {prep}  :: from, off (removal of something from off something else)
van {prep}  :: of, out of, from, with (cause)
van {prep}  :: of, out of, with (material or resource)
van {prep}  :: of, out of, among (out of a larger whole; partitive)
van {prep}  :: from, was, formerly (indicating a change in price)
van {adv}  :: of, from
van {adv}  :: from
van {adv}  :: by, from
van {adv}  :: of, about
van Biafra komen {v} [Belgium]  :: be emaciated
van Leeuwenhoek {prop}  :: a Dutch surname
van Leeuwenhoek {prop}  :: Anton van Leeuwenhoek Dutch scientist
van Rossum {prop}  :: Dutch habitational surname
van alle markten thuis {adj} [idiomatic]  :: of all trades, having an answer to any request, well-versed in any subject
van de daken af schreeuwen {v}  :: alternative form of van de daken schreeuwen
van de daken schreeuwen {vti} [idiom, sometimes, _]  :: to shout from the rooftops
van de hoed en de rand weten {vi} [idiom]  :: to be well informed
van de pot gerukt {adj} [idiomatic, vulgar]  :: Crazy, insane, off one's rocker, fucked in the head
van den Eijnde {prop}  :: surname, meaning 'of the end', indicating dwelling at the end of a geographical spot. By example: end of the road or village
van der Asdonk {prop}  :: surname, typically from the Dutch province Northern-Brabant. A donk is a small sandy hill and as is the Dutch word for 'ash', hence the meaning of the surname is 'from the small sandy hill with ash'
van der Vliet {prop}  :: a Dutch surname
van der Waals {prop}  :: surname
van dienst zijn {phrase}  :: be on duty
van dienst zijn {phrase}  :: take on a certain role
van dienst zijn {phrase}  :: be handy
van een mug een olifant maken {vi} [idiom]  :: to make a mountain out of a molehill
van gedachten veranderen {v}  :: to change one's mind
van harte {adv}  :: with love, from the bottom of one's heart
van harte {interj}  :: best wishes, congratulations
van heb ik jou daar {adj} [idiomatic, Netherlands, only used postnominally]  :: a hell of a ..
van het kastje naar de muur {prep} [idiom]  :: from post to pillar
van hier en ginder {adv} [Brabantian]  :: careless; sloppy
van hier en ginder {adv} [Brabantian]  :: so-so
van meet af aan {adv}  :: from the start; from the beginning; from the onset
van slag {adv}  :: upset
van tevoren {adv}  :: in advance
van top tot teen {adv}  :: head to toe, top to toe
van twee walletjes eten {v}  :: to butter one's bread on both sides
van twee walletjes eten {v}  :: to have it both ways, to have one's cake and eat it too
van zijnen tak maken {v} [idiomatic]  :: to rail (protest or complain loudly)
vanadium {n}  :: vanadium
vanaf {prep}  :: starting from, from onwards, as of, as from
vanaf {prep}  :: from on top of
vanaf {circump}  :: away from
vanaf {circump}  :: rid of, freed from, released from, no longer affected by
vanavond {adv}  :: tonight, this evening, the evening of the current day (in the future or past)
vandaag {adv}  :: today
vandaag de dag {phrase}  :: nowadays
vandaan {adv} [postpositional]  :: from, away
vandaar {adv}  :: thence
vandaar {adv}  :: hence, therefore
vandalisme {n}  :: vandalism (needless damage or destruction of property)
vanden {v} [archaic, dialectal]  :: to visit
vanden {v} [archaic, dialectal]  :: to seek, to search for
vanden {v} [archaic, dialectal]  :: to test, to try, to trial
vanden {v} [archaic, dialectal]  :: to investigate, to examine
vanelle {?}  :: (slang) shag tobacco (sometimes flavoured)
vanelle {?}  :: (slang) plain, au naturel
vangen {vt}  :: to catch
vangrail {f} {m}  :: guardrail, crash barrier
vangst {f}  :: catch, haul (such as fish)
vangtand {m}  :: fang
vanille {f}  :: vanilla
vanmiddag {adv}  :: this afternoon, the afternoon of the current day (in the future or past)
vanmorgen {adv}  :: this morning, the morning at the beginning of the current day (in the past)
vannacht {adv}  :: tonight, this night, the night at the end of the current day
vannacht {adv}  :: last night, the night at the end if the previous day
vanochtend {adv}  :: this morning, the morning at the beginning of the current day (in the past)
vanouds {adv}  :: traditionally; since a long time
vanuit {prep}  :: from, out of
vanuit {adv} [proscribed]  :: Alternative spacing in certain forms of the phrasal verb uitgaan van
vanwege {prep}  :: because of, due to
vanzelf {adv}  :: automatically
vanzelf spreken {vi} [idiom]  :: to be self-evident, to be obvious
vanzelfsprekend {adj}  :: self-evident, evidently, obviously
vanzelfsprekend {adj}  :: (to be) taken for granted, naturally
var {m}  :: male pig; boar
varaan {m}  :: The monitor lizard, a lizard of the genus Varanus
varen {v}  :: To sail; to go by boat; to navigate
varen {v}  :: To ascend or descend
varen {v}  :: To fare
varen {f}  :: fern
variabel {adj}  :: variable
variabiliteit {f}  :: The quality variability:
variabiliteit {f}  :: the ability to vary
variabiliteit {f}  :: a tendency to change; inconstancy, unreliability
variant {m}  :: A variant
variantie {f}  :: variance
variëren {v}  :: to vary
variëteit {f} [mathematics]  :: manifold
variëteit {f} [biology]  :: variety
varken {n} [zoology]  :: pig
varken {n} [figuratively]  :: swine, dirty or foul person
varken {n} [archaic]  :: knor, non-frat-member
varken {n}  :: certain objects
varkensbeest {n} [Belgium]  :: isopod, woodlouse, pillbug
varkenssaté {m}  :: pork satay
varkensvlees {n}  :: pork
vast {adj}  :: firm, fast, tight
vast {adj}  :: fixed, not moving or changing
vast {adj}  :: stuck, unable to get out
vast {adj} [chemistry]  :: in the solid state
vast {adj} [botany]  :: perennial
vast {adj} [of a telephone]  :: using a landline
vast {adv}  :: surely, certainly
vast {adv} [colloquial, sarcastically]  :: sure, yeah, right
vastberaden {adj}  :: resolute, determined
vastbijten {vri}  :: to bite deep [+ in (object) = into]
vastbijten {vr}  :: to dig in [+ in (object) = in], to continue with resilience [+ in (object)], to carry on resiliently [+ in (object) = with]
vastbinden {v}  :: to tie up
vasteland {n}  :: mainland
vasten {v}  :: to fast
vasten {m} {n}  :: fast (period of time when one abstains from or eats very little food)
vastgoed {n}  :: real estate
vasthouden {v}  :: to hold (onto), to retain
vasthoudendheid {f}  :: Relentlessness
vastknopen {v}  :: to attach or secure with a knot
vastleggen {v}  :: to moor, to fasten, to tether
vastleggen {v}  :: to set out, specify
vastleggen {v}  :: to record, to register
vastlopen {v}  :: to run aground
vastlopen {v}  :: to jam
vastlopen {v} [computing]  :: to hang (to stop functioning)
vastmaken {v}  :: to attach, fasten
vastplakken {vi}  :: to be stuck onto something, to stick
vastplakken {vt}  :: to stick (onto something)
vaststellen {v}  :: to determine
vaststelling {f}  :: determination, observation
vastvoetig {adj}  :: surefooted
vastvriezen {vi}  :: to freeze stuck, to freeze onto something
vastzitten {v}  :: to be stuck
vastzitten {v}  :: to be in the state of incarceration
vat {n}  :: barrel, tank
vat {n} [biology]  :: vessel
vat {m}  :: grip, both literal and figurative
vatbaar {adj}  :: susceptible, receptive
vatbom {f}  :: barrel bomb
vatenbom {f}  :: barrel bomb
vaticinium ex eventu {n}  :: A fictional prophecy that has been written after the supposedly predicted event but is presented as a genuine prediction before the event; a postdiction
vatten {vt}  :: to grasp
vatten {vt}  :: to grasp mentally, to understand
vatten {vt}  :: to catch, to apprehend
vatten {vt}  :: to catch, to be afflicted with (a disease)
vauxhall {c} [archaic]  :: Some type of attraction on a funfair
vazal {m}  :: vassal
vazalstaat {m}  :: vassal state
v/d {abbr}  :: van de
vechten {vi}  :: to fight
vechten tegen de bierkaai {vi} [idiom]  :: to put in effort in vain, to strive for a lost or impossible cause
vechtenstijd {m} [archaic]  :: time to fight, hour of battle
vechter {m}  :: a (male) fighter
vechtersbaas {m}  :: hooligan
vechthaan {m} [literally]  :: gamecock
vechthaan {m}  :: brawler
vechtmissie {f} [military]  :: combat mission (military mission whose practical purpose or stated aim is to fight opponents)
vechtscheiding {f}  :: A divorce involving bitter conflict between the separating spouses
vechtsport {f}  :: martial art
vector {m} [mathematics]  :: an element of a vector space
vectorfunctie {f} [mathematics]  :: vector function
vede {f}  :: obsolete form of vete
veder {c}  :: feather
vederbal {m}  :: a shuttlecock
vederdos {m}  :: A creature's plumage, notably seen as an adornment
vee {n} [collective]  :: livestock, cattle
veearts {m}  :: A veterinarian, mainly used for one treating farm animals
veeartsenij {f}  :: veterinary practice
veeartsenijkunde {f}  :: veterinary medicine
veeartsenijkundig {adj}  :: Pertaining to veterinary medicine
veedief {m}  :: abactor
veeg {f}  :: a swipe
veeg {adj}  :: doomed to die
veeg {adj}  :: near death
veeg {adj}  :: doomed
veegte {f}  :: enmity
veehouder {m} [agriculture]  :: someone who keeps livestock, a livestock farmer
veehouderij {f} [uncountable]  :: husbandry
veehouderij {f}  :: farm where livestock are raised, cattle farm
veeknecht {m}  :: cowboy, peon, ranchhand, any employee handling livestock
veel {determiner}  :: many, much
veel {pron}  :: much, a lot
veel {adv}  :: much
veel {adv}  :: often, frequently
veel beterschap {phrase}  :: get well soon (said when someone is ill, wishing a speedy recovery)
veel koks bederven de brij {proverb}  :: too many cooks spoil the broth (literally "many cooks spoil the porridge")
veel koks verzouten de brij {proverb}  :: too many cooks spoil the broth (literally "many cooks salt the porridge")
veel noten op zijn zang hebben {v} [idiomatic]  :: be demanding
veel noten op zijn zang hebben {v} [idiomatic]  :: be verbal about something, provide with a lot of comments
veel plezier {phrase}  :: have fun, enjoy yourself
veel voeten in de aarde hebben {v}  :: be labor- and time-intensive
veelal {adv}  :: mostly - more often than not (not as strong as meestal)
veeleer {adv}  :: rather
veeleisend {adj}  :: exacting
veelgebruikt {adj}  :: much-used
veelheid {f}  :: abundance
veelhoek {m} [geometry]  :: polygon (plane figure bounded by straight edges)
veelschrijver {m}  :: writer who authors many texts of low quality
veelschrijverij {f} [derogatory]  :: high productivity in writing at the expense of quality
veelvoud {n} [arithmetic]  :: multiple
veelvraat {m}  :: glutton
veelvraat {m}  :: wolverine, Gulo gulo
veelvuldig {adj}  :: frequent
veelwijverij {f} [pejorative]  :: polygyny
veelzijdig {adj}  :: multifaceted
veen {n}  :: peat
veen {n}  :: bog, fen
veenbrand {m}  :: peat fire
veenkolonie {f}  :: A settlement that arose as a result of peat excavation
veenlijk {n}  :: bog body
veenmol {m}  :: mole cricket
veer {c}  :: feather
veer {c}  :: spring (e.g. metallic helix which resists stress)
veer {n}  :: ferry
veerboot {f} {m}  :: ferryboat
veerman {m}  :: ferryman
veerpont {c}  :: ferryboat
veertien {num}  :: fourteen
veertiende {adj}  :: fourteenth
veertig {num}  :: forty
veertigdagentijd {m} [Christianity]  :: Lent (fast before Easter)
veertigste {adj}  :: fortieth
veertoestel {f}  :: spring rider (playing device)
veesterfte {f}  :: mass death of livestock
veeteelt {f} {m}  :: The raising of bovines and other livestock, cattlebreeding
vegaburger {m}  :: A vegetarian burger; a vegetarian hamburger substitute or alternative
veganist {m}  :: A vegan
veganiste {f}  :: A vegan
vegen {v}  :: to sweep
vegen {v}  :: to brush
vegen {v}  :: to wipe
veger {m}  :: sweeper, one who sweeps
veger {m}  :: broom, duster
vegetariër {mf}  :: a vegetarian
vegetarisch {adj}  :: vegetarian (relating to the type of diet eaten by vegetarians)
veil {adj}  :: venal
veilen {v}  :: to auction
veiler {m}  :: auctioneer
veilig {adj}  :: safe
veilig {adv}  :: safely
veiligheid {f}  :: safety, security
veiligheidshalve {adv}  :: just in case, in order to be on the safe side
veiligheidshalve {adv}  :: for reasons of safety or security
veiligheidskooi {?}  :: roll cage
veiling {f}  :: auction
veilinghuis {n}  :: auction house
veinzen {v}  :: to feign, pretend
vel {n}  :: A skin, hide
vel {n}  :: A fur, pelt
vel {n}  :: A sheet (e.g. of paper; incorrectly used for a page)
vel {n}  :: A membrane, e.g. forming on boiling milk
vel {n}  :: A rag, shred
veld {n}  :: field
veldbed {n}  :: stretcher
veldheer {m}  :: warlord, general
veldkijker {m}  :: field glass, pair of binoculars for outdoor use
veldmaarschalk {m}  :: field marshal
veldofficier {m}  :: A field officer, ranking under general officers but above the lowest commissioned officers
veldsla {mf}  :: mâche (Valerianella locusta)
veldslag {m}  :: battle on open land
veldslang {f}  :: culverin
veldspaat {f} {n} {m}  :: feldspar
veldtocht {m}  :: military campaign
veldwachter {m}  :: rural patrolman
veldwerk {n}  :: fieldwork
vele {adj}  :: many
vele handen maken licht werk {proverb}  :: many hands make light work
velen {v} [rare]  :: to endure, to bear
velerlei {determiner}  :: many, of many sorts or types
velg {mf}  :: rim (of a wheel)
vellen {v}  :: to fell, cut down
velo {m} [Belgium, colloquial]  :: bicycle
velodroom {n} {m}  :: velodrome
vels {m} [archaic, poetic, dialectal]  :: rock, cliff
ven {n}  :: mere, a small shallow lake
vendel {?} [obsolete, military]  :: company
venerisch {adj}  :: venereal, sexually transmitted
venerisch {adj}  :: venereal, pertaining to sexual union
venijn {n}  :: venom, poison
venijn {n} [figuratively]  :: something that is hurtful, slanderous and venomous
venijnboom {m}  :: yew
venijnig {adj}  :: venomous
venijnig {adj} [figuratively]  :: vicious, malicious, hurtful
venijnig {adj} [figuratively, of a conversation]  :: heated, argumentative, confrontational
venkel {m} [botany]  :: fennel, the plant Foeniculum vulgare
venndiagram {n} [set theory]  :: Venn diagram
vennoot {m}  :: partner
vennootschap {f}  :: company, partnership
venster {n}  :: window
vensterbank {c}  :: windowsill
vensterruit {f} {m}  :: windowpane
vent {m}  :: chap, fellow
venten {v}  :: to peddle
venter {m}  :: A vendor, peddler, door-to-door salesman
ventilatie {f}  :: ventilation
ventilator {m}  :: fan, ventilator [device that circulates fresh air]
ventileren {v}  :: to ventilate
ventileren {v} [figuratively]  :: to articulate, make clear and precise
ventrikel {n} {m}  :: ventricle, type of major body cavity:
ventrikel {n} {m}  :: one of two lower chambers of the heart
ventrikel {n} {m}  :: a compartment of the brain
ventweg {m} [Netherlands]  :: frontage road, service road
venusheuvel {m}  :: mons pubis
ver {adj}  :: far
ver- {prefix}  :: to do or to become what the stem (following this prefix) refers to
ver- {prefix}  :: used to indicate that the action (referred to by the stem) has a negative connotation (for the direct object of the stem)
ver- {prefix}  :: to move or change in the manner specified by the stem
ver- {prefix}  :: A prefix found as part of surnames, found mainly in the southern Netherlands and in Belgium
verachtelijk {adj}  :: scornful, disdainful
verachtelijk {adj}  :: despicable
verachten {v}  :: to scorn, to despise, to abominate
verachting {f}  :: disdain
verademen {v}  :: to relax, to renew, to refresh
veraf {adj}  :: far away, far off
verafgoden {v}  :: to idolize
verafschuwen {v}  :: to loathe, detest, abominate
veralgemeend {adj} [Belgian]  :: generalized (US), generalised (UK)
veralgemenen {v} [Belgium]  :: to generalise
veralgemeniseren {v} [Netherlands]  :: to generalise
veramerikaniseren {v} [ergative]  :: to Americanise
veranderen {vti}  :: to change
verandering {f}  :: change
veranderlijk {adj}  :: variable, changing
verankeren {v}  :: to moor, anchor
verantwoordelijk {adj}  :: responsible
verantwoordelijkheid {f}  :: responsibility
verantwoordelijkheid {f}  :: accountability
verantwoorden {v}  :: to justify, be responsible for
verantwoording {f}  :: accountability
verarming {f}  :: impoverishment
verassen {v}  :: To incinerate
verassen {v}  :: To cremate
verbaal {adj}  :: verbal
verbaasd {adj}  :: astonished, surprised
verband {n}  :: a bandage
verband {n}  :: a link or relation
verbannen {v}  :: to banish, exile
verbasteren {v}  :: to degenerate
verbastering {f}  :: deterioration, degeneration
verbastering {f}  :: bastardization
verbazen {vt}  :: to amaze, befuddle
verbazen {vr}  :: to be amazed
verbazing {f}  :: amazement
verbazingwekkend {adv}  :: amazingly
verbeelding {f}  :: imagination (image-making power of the mind)
verbergen {vt}  :: to hide
verbeteren {v}  :: to improve
verbeteren {v}  :: to correct
verbeterhuis {n} [history]  :: A penitentiary or other house of correction
verbeterhuis {n} [colloquial]  :: A reformatory (school)
verbetering {f}  :: An improvement, amelioration
verbetering {f}  :: A correction, rectification,
verbetering {f}  :: A reparation, amendment
verbetering {f}  :: The act or process of improving, correcting etc
verbetering {f} [obsolete]  :: A reprimand; correction, sanction
verbetering {f}  :: A raise, promotion etc
verbeuzelen {v}  :: to waste, fritter away
verbieden {v}  :: to forbid, prohibit
verbijsteren {v}  :: to confuse, bewilder
verbijsteren {v}  :: to dismay
verbinden {v}  :: to connect, link up
verbinden {v}  :: to bandage
verbinding {f}  :: connection, link
verbintenis {f}  :: commitment
verbitteren {v}  :: to embitter
verbleken {v}  :: to fade, to pale
verblijden {v}  :: to gladden
verblijf {n}  :: a stay
verblijf {n}  :: a place where a stay is possible; a home, residence
verblijfplaats {c}  :: residence, place of residence
verblijven {v}  :: to stay, to reside
verblinden {v}  :: to blind
verblinden {v} [figuratively]  :: to dazzle, to spellbind
verbloemen {vi} [of a plant]  :: to blossom again, bear (at least) a second bloom
verbloemen {vt}  :: to ornate, to cover with flowers
verbloemen {vt}  :: to veil, soften by euphemistic phrasing
verbloemen {vt}  :: to excuse, treat apologetically
verbloemen {vt}  :: to mask, hide (something unpleasant)
verbloemen {vt}  :: to avoid, suppress, leave unspoken
verbloemen {vt}  :: to personify
verbloemen {vt} [chemistry]  :: to effloresce, let crystallize
verbloeming {f}  :: A euphemistic or masked phrasing, vaguery
verbloeming {f}  :: An excuse, apologetic phrasing, justification
verbloeming {f}  :: A rhetoric figure of speech
verbloeming {f}  :: A fleuron, floral ornament
verbloeming {f} [chemistry]  :: An efflorescence
verbluffend {adv}  :: amazing, astonishing
verbod {n}  :: prohibition
verbod {n}  :: ban
verboden {adj}  :: forbidden, prohibited
verbogen {adj} [grammar]  :: declined
verbolgen {adj}  :: angry
verbond {n}  :: alliance, federation (between countries)
verbond {n}  :: union, association (people with a common cause)
verbondenheid {f}  :: solidarity, connectedness
verbondsark {f}  :: the Ark of the Covenant
verbondskist {f} {m}  :: the Ark of the Covenant
verborgen {adj}  :: hidden
verbouwen {v}  :: to rebuild
verbouwen {v}  :: to cultivate
verbranden {vt}  :: To burn, consume/kill in fire
verbranden {vi}  :: To be consumed by fire
verbranden {vt}  :: To burn, affect gravely with corrosive etc. chemicals
verbranden {vi}  :: To burn, be affected gravely with corrosive etc. chemicals
verbranden {vt} [figuratively]  :: To discredit completely, ruin psychologically for future use, e.g. by scandal or media leak
verbranding {f} [chemistry]  :: combustion
verbranding {f}  :: burn (wound)
verbrandingskamer {f}  :: combustion chamber
verbrandingsmotor {m}  :: combustion engine
verbreden {v}  :: to broaden, widen
verbreding {f}  :: widening (of roads); expansion
verbreiden {v}  :: to spread, disperse
verbreken {v}  :: to break, break up
verbreken {v}  :: to violate (the terms of a contract)
verbrijzelen {v}  :: to shatter
verbroederen {vit}  :: to unite, to fraternise/fraternize, to bring together
verbruik {n}  :: consumption
verbruiken {v}  :: to consume, use up
verbuigen {v}  :: to bend (change curvature)
verbuigen {v}  :: to twist (change torsion)
verbuigen {v} [grammar]  :: to decline
verbuiging {f}  :: inflection
verbuiging {f}  :: declension
verchromen {v}  :: to chrome (i.e. to plate with chrome)
verdacht {adj}  :: suspicious, suspect
verdacht {n} [archaic]  :: suspicion
verdachte {mf}  :: defendant, suspect
verdampen {v}  :: to evaporate
verdamping {f} [physics]  :: evaporation
verde {adj}  :: obsolete form of verre
verdedigbaar {adj}  :: arguable, justifiable
verdedigen {v}  :: to defend
verdediger {m}  :: defender, protector
verdediger {m} [sports]  :: defender
verdediging {f}  :: defense, defence
verdedigster {f} [sports]  :: female defender
verdeel en heers {phrase}  :: divide and conquer, divide and rule
verdeeldheid {f}  :: divide, disunity
verdelen {v}  :: to divide
verdelen {v}  :: to distribute
verdelgen {v}  :: to exterminate
verdeling {f}  :: division, partition, distribution
verdenken {v}  :: to suspect (that someone is guilty)
verdenking {f}  :: suspicion
verder {adv}  :: further
verder {adv}  :: furthermore, on top of that, otherwise, for the rest
verderf {n}  :: ruination, perdition
verderfenis {f} [formal]  :: corruption
verderfenis {f} [formal]  :: moral decay
verdergaan {vi}  :: to continue, to resume
verdergaan {vt}  :: to proceed, to go forward
verdergaand {adj}  :: more far-reaching
verderop {adv}  :: further on
verderven {vt}  :: to spoil, to ruin
verdichten {v}  :: to condense
verdichtingspunt {n} [analysis]  :: limit point
verdichtsel {n}  :: fabrication, constructed falsehood
verdienen {vt}  :: to earn
verdienen {vt}  :: to deserve
verdienste {f}  :: merit
verdienstelijk {adj}  :: deserving, valuable
verdienstelijk {adj}  :: useful
verdiepen {vt}  :: to deepen
verdiepen {vr} [verdiepen in]  :: to study more thoroughly, to devote oneself (mentally) to
verdieping {f}  :: deepening
verdieping {f}  :: floor, storey
verdierlijken {vr} [ergative, also, _]  :: to turn into an animal; to cause, produce or acquire animal or animalesque traits
verdikken {vi}  :: to thicken, to become thicker, more viscous
verdikken {vt}  :: to thicken, to toughen
verdobbelen {vt}  :: to waste on gambling in dice games
verdoemen {v}  :: to damn
verdoemen {v}  :: to curse
verdoemen {v} [literally]  :: to bring doom upon
verdoen {v}  :: to waste
verdoezelen {v}  :: to obscure (a fact), cloud
verdomd {adj}  :: damned
verdomme {interj}  :: dammit!
verdommen {vt}  :: to damn
verdommen {vt}  :: to refuse to do
verdonkeremanen {v} [somewhat, colloquial]  :: to hide, to cover up
verdonkeremanen {v} [somewhat, colloquial]  :: to steal, to embezzle
verdorie {interj}  :: darn it, blast, rats
verdorren {vi}  :: to wither
verdoven {v}  :: to deafen
verdoven {v}  :: to anaesthetise (UK); anesthetize (US)
verdoven {v}  :: to stupefy
verdovend {adj}  :: stupefacient
verdoving {f}  :: anaesthesia
verdr. {abbr}  :: verdrag
verdraaglijk {adj}  :: bearable, endurable
verdraagzaam {adj}  :: tolerant
verdraagzaamheid {f}  :: tolerance
verdraaid {adj}  :: darned
verdraaid {interj}  :: darn it!
verdraaien {v}  :: to twist, to contort
verdraaien {v}  :: to twist, distort (the truth, one's words etc.)
verdrag {n}  :: treaty
verdragen {v}  :: to tolerate
verdragen {v}  :: to endure, bear
verdriet {n}  :: grief
verdriet {n}  :: chagrin
verdrieten {v}  :: to sadden, to displease
verdrietig {adj}  :: sad
verdrietigheid {f}  :: sadness
verdrievoudigen {v}  :: to triple
verdrijven {v}  :: to expel
verdrijven {v}  :: to depose
verdrijven {v}  :: to dissipate
verdringen {v}  :: to push aside or away
verdringen {v}  :: to repress
verdrinken {vi}  :: To drown, perish in liquid
verdrinken {vi} [figuratively]  :: To drown, seemingly disappear in a mass
verdrinken {vt}  :: To drown, submerge completely in liquid
verdrinken {vt} [figuratively]  :: To drown (sorrow), hide temporarily by getting drunk
verdrinkingsdood {m}  :: death by drowning
verdrogen {vi}  :: to wither
verdrukken {v}  :: to push aside, push away
verdrukken {v} [by extension]  :: to oppress
verdrukking {f}  :: oppression
verdubbelen {vt}  :: to double
verdubbelen {vi}  :: to become doubled
verduidelijken {v}  :: to clarify
verduidelijking {f}  :: clarification
verduisteren {v}  :: to darken
verduisteren {v}  :: to embezzle
verduistering {f}  :: darkening
verduistering {f}  :: embezzlement
verduistering {f}  :: blackout; the mandatory blinding of all light emanating from houses to prevent bombing raids during the WW II occupation
verdunnen {v}  :: to thin down, to dilute (a liquid or gas)
verduren {v}  :: to endure
verduurzamen {vt}  :: to cure, to preserve
verduurzamen {vt}  :: to make sustainable, to green
verduurzamen {vir}  :: to become sustainable
verduurzaming {f}  :: The process of becoming more sustainable
verduurzaming {f}  :: A policy for increasing sustainability
verdwaald {adj}  :: lost
verdwalen {v}  :: to become lost, to go astray
verdwijnen {v}  :: disappear
verdwijnen {v}  :: dwindle
verdwijnhoekje {noun}  :: a small, snug place which may be used as a place of privacy and safety by children; a cubbyhole
verdwijning {f}  :: disappearance
veredelen {v}  :: to ennoble
veredeling {f}  :: ennoblement
veredeling {f}  :: culture
vereenbaren {v}  :: to agree upon
vereenbaren {v}  :: to reconcile
vereenvoudigen {v}  :: to simplify
vereenvoudiging {f}  :: simplification
vereenzelvigen {v}  :: to identify, to equate
vereeuwigen {v}  :: to perpetuate, immortalize (US); immortalise (UK)
vereisen {v}  :: to need, require
vereiste {f} {n}  :: requirement, requisite, necessity
veren {adj}  :: made of feathers, plumose
veren {vi}  :: to bounce, reverberate, spring
veren {v}  :: to ferry
verengelsen {vi}  :: to anglicise, to become English
verengelsen {vt}  :: to anglicise, to make English
verengelsing {f}  :: anglicisation
verenigbaar {adj}  :: compatible
verenigd {adj}  :: united
verenigen {v}  :: To unite
vereniging {f}  :: union, association
vereniging {f}  :: unification
vereniging {f} [set theory]  :: union
verenkleed {n}  :: The plumage which covers a creature with feathers
verenneweren {v} [Brabantian]  :: ruin
vereren {v}  :: to worship
vereren {v}  :: to honour
vereren {v}  :: to idolize
verergeren {v}  :: to worsen, to deteriorate, aggravate
verering {f}  :: devotion, worship
veresteren {vi} [organic chemistry]  :: to esterify, to turn (be turned) into an ester
verestering {f} [organic chemistry]  :: esterification
verf {f}  :: paint
verfijnd {adj}  :: refined
verfijnen {v}  :: to refine
verfijning {f}  :: refinement
verfilmen {v}  :: to make a film of
verflauwen {v}  :: to fade, weaken
verflensen {v}  :: to wither
verfoeien {v}  :: to feel hatred and disgust for; to abhor
verfomfaaid {adj}  :: wrinkly
verfomfaaien {v}  :: to wrinkle, crumple
verfomfaaien {v} [figuratively]  :: to dishevel, throw into chaos
verfraaien {v}  :: to embellish
verfransing {f}  :: Frenchification
verfrissen {v}  :: to renew, to revitalize
verg. {abbr}  :: vergelijkcf.
vergaan {v}  :: to rot, to perish, to expire
vergaan {v} [figuratively]  :: to die
vergaand {adj}  :: far-reaching
vergaand {adv}  :: considerably
vergaderen {vi}  :: to gather, to meet, to assemble
vergadering {f}  :: meeting, gathering
vergadertijger {m} [colloquial]  :: A person who often and habitually attends meetings
vergaderzaal {f}  :: meeting room, conference room
vergankelijk {adj}  :: perishable, transient
vergankelijkheid {f}  :: perishableness
vergaren {v}  :: to gather, collect
vergeeflijk {adj}  :: forgivable
vergeefs {adj}  :: fruitless, futile
vergeefs {adv}  :: in vain
vergeefsheid {f}  :: futility
vergeetachtig {adj}  :: forgetful
vergeetachtigheid {f}  :: forgetfulness
vergeetput {m}  :: oubliette
vergelden {v}  :: to pay back, to punish, to retaliate
vergelding {f}  :: retaliation
vergeldingsmaatregel {m}  :: retaliatory measure
vergelen {vi}  :: to become yellow, to yellow
vergelen {vt}  :: to make yellow, to yellow
vergelijkbaar {adj}  :: comparable
vergelijken {v}  :: To compare
vergelijkende trap {m} [grammar]  :: comparative degree
vergelijking {f}  :: comparison
vergelijking {f}  :: equation
vergeling {f}  :: yellowing
vergemakkelijken {v}  :: to simplify, facilitate
vergen {vt}  :: To demand, utter/pose a requirement
vergen {vt}  :: To require, necessitate
vergen {v} [obsolete]  :: To ask, inquire
vergen {v} [obsolete]  :: To offer, grant
vergen {v} [obsolete]  :: To taunt, bother
vergen {v} [obsolete]  :: To seek, search
vergetelheid {f}  :: oblivion
vergeten {v}  :: to forget
vergeten {v}  :: to overlook
vergeven {v}  :: to forgive
vergeven {v} [obsolete]  :: to harm through poison
vergeven {adj}  :: overrun, crawling
vergeving {f}  :: forgiveness
vergevingsgezindheid {f}  :: Forgiveness (inclination to forgive)
vergevorderd {adj}  :: advanced, late
vergezellen {v}  :: to accompany (attend as a companion)
vergezicht {n}  :: panorama, vista
vergezicht {n} [figurative]  :: vision of the future
vergezocht {adj}  :: far-fetched
vergiet {n}  :: colander
vergieten {v}  :: to spill, to shed
vergif {n}  :: poison
vergiffenis {f}  :: forgiveness
vergift {n}  :: poison
vergiftigen {v}  :: to poison (to use poison to kill or paralyse)
vergiftiging {f}  :: poisoning
vergismoord {mf}  :: the killing of somebody else rather than the intended victim (due to mistaken identity)
vergissen {vr}  :: To make a mistake
vergissen is menselijk {proverb}  :: to err is human
vergissing {f}  :: mistake
vergisten {v}  :: to ferment
vergisting {f}  :: fermentation
verglijden {v}  :: to slip away slowly, trickle away
vergoeden {v}  :: to compensate for, to reimburse
vergoeding {f}  :: compensation
vergooien {v}  :: to throw away
vergooien {v} [figuratively]  :: to waste away
vergrendelen {v}  :: to bolt shut, bar (a door for example)
vergrijpen {v}  :: to assault (usually used with aan)
vergrijzen {vi}  :: to become grey
vergrijzen {vi} [of a population]  :: to age
vergrijzen {vt}  :: to make grey
vergrijzen {vt} [of a population]  :: to cause to age
vergrijzing {f}  :: the ageing of the population due to a decrease in the proportion of young people, typically through low birth rates
vergroeien {vi}  :: to grow together
vergroeien {vi}  :: to deform, to grow out of shape
vergroenen {v} [ergative]  :: to green, to become or make more sustainable
vergroening {f}  :: transition to a less environmentally harmful state or practice, greening
vergrootglas {n}  :: magnifying glass
vergroten {v}  :: to enlarge
vergroten {v}  :: to increase
vergrotende trap {m} [grammar]  :: comparative degree
vergroting {f}  :: enlargement, increase, expansion
vergroting {f}  :: magnification
verguisd {adj}  :: much maligned
verguizen {v}  :: to speak about something or to someone with contempt; to revile
vergunnen {v}  :: to authorise (UK), authorize (US)
vergunning {f}  :: license: authorization by a government to do something which is otherwise forbidden
verhaal {n}  :: story
verhaallijn {f}  :: storyline
verhaaltje {noun}  :: tale, story
verhalen {v}  :: to narrate
verhalenverteller {m}  :: story teller
verhalenvertelster {s}  :: female story teller
verhandelbaar {adj}  :: easily sold or traded
verhandelen {v}  :: to trade, negotiate
verhandeling {f}  :: treatise
verhang {n} [geography, hydrology]  :: relative measure for the vertical distance in proportion to horizontal distance between two points of a watercourse [in units of gradient or as a proportion]
verhangen {vt}  :: to cause to hang, to hang
verhangen {vt}  :: to hang somewhere else
verhapstukken {vt} [originally]  :: to fit (worn-off footwear) with new heels
verhapstukken {vt}  :: to mend
verhapstukken {vt}  :: to deal with, handle, come to terms with
verharden {vi}  :: to become harder, harden
verharden {vt}  :: to make harder, harden
verharen {vi}  :: to shed hair, to moult
verhaspelen {v}  :: to mangle, to mess up
verhaspelen {v}  :: to reproduce strangely or wrongly (by speech, writing or otherwise)
verhaspeling {f}  :: malapropism
verheerlijken {v}  :: to glorify
verheffen {v}  :: to raise
verheffing {f}  :: lifting up, the act of raising
verheffing {f}  :: edification, uplifting through education or cultural influence
verheiligen {v}  :: to hallow, to sanctify
verhelderen {vt}  :: to clarify, elucidate, illuminate
verhelen {v}  :: to conceal, to hide
verhelen {v} [ergative]  :: to unify, to make or become one whole [now mostly used of tracts of land and barriers]
verhelen {v} [ergative, dated]  :: to heal, to restore or become restored
verhelpen {v}  :: to solve, to fix
verheugen {vt}  :: to make happy, delight
verheugen {vr}  :: to rejoice, be glad
verheugen {vr}  :: to look forward [+ op (object) = to]
verhevigen {vti}  :: to intensify
verhinderen {v}  :: to hinder (to delay or impede movement)
verhinderen {v}  :: to prevent
verhip {interj} [dated]  :: by Jove! gadzooks! (expression of surprise)
verhit {adj}  :: fiery, hot, feverish
verhitten {v}  :: to heat
verhogen {v}  :: to heighten
verhogen {v}  :: to increase
verhoging {f}  :: increase
verhoging {f}  :: elevation
verhoging {f}  :: elevated body temperature, mild fever
verhongeren {v}  :: to starve
verhoor {n}  :: interrogation
verhoorkamer {m}  :: interrogation room
verhoren {v}  :: to interrogate
verhouden {vr} [verhouden tot]  :: to stand in relation to
verhouding {f}  :: proportion
verhouding {f}  :: (mathematics) ratio
verhouding {f}  :: intimate relationship between two persons
verhouten {v}  :: to lignify
verhovaardigen {vr}  :: to be or to become arrogant, to be or to become boastful [+ op (object) = about] [+ over (object) = about]
verhovaardigen {vt} [now, rare]  :: to make arrogant, to make boastful
verhuizen {v}  :: to move from one residence to another
verhuizer {m}  :: mover, remover (person employed to help moving people from one house to another)
verhuizer {m} [uncommon]  :: someone who moves from one house to another
verhuizing {f}  :: move (change of place of habitation)
verhullen {v}  :: to conceal, to cover
verhuren {v}  :: to rent, rent out (To grant occupation in return for rent)
verifiëren {v}  :: to verify
verjaardag {m}  :: birthday
verjagen {v}  :: to drive off
verjaren {v}  :: to have one's birthday
verjaren {v} [legal]  :: become expired due to a statute of limitations
verjongen {vi}  :: to become young, to rejuvenate
verjongen {vt}  :: to make young, to rejuvenate
verkassen {vt} [literally]  :: to move to another greenhouse
verkassen {vi}  :: to move to another place (house, patch of ground, seat etc.)
verkeer {n}  :: traffic
verkeerd {adj}  :: wrong
verkeerd {adj}  :: distorted
verkeersader {f}  :: a main road, a thoroughfare essential to transit
verkeersafwikkeling {f}  :: traffic flow
verkeersbord {n}  :: traffic sign
verkeersfuik {f}  :: a police trap that involves putting a checkpoint on a road
verkeersfuik {f} [colloquial]  :: a place where traffic moves slowly
verkeersinformatie {f}  :: traffic information
verkeerslicht {n}  :: traffic light
verkeerspaal {m}  :: a road bollard
verkeerswisselaar {m} [motorway, Belgium]  :: junction
verkennen {v}  :: to explore
verkenning {f}  :: exploration
verkenning {f}  :: reconnaissance
verkeren {v}  :: to find oneself (e.g. in a situation)
verkeren {v}  :: to be found, be located
verkeren {v}  :: to handle, get along with
verkering {f} [Netherlands]  :: The state of having a relationship, of going out together
verkiesbaar {adj}  :: electable
verkiezen {v}  :: to prefer
verkiezen {v}  :: to elect
verkiezing {f}  :: election
verkiezingscampagne {f}  :: election campaign
verkiezingsprogramma {n}  :: election programme, electoral programme
verkitten {v}  :: to cement
verklappen {v}  :: to give away, reveal (a previously held secret)
verklaren {v}  :: to declare, state
verklaren {v}  :: to explain, clarify
verklaring {f}  :: declaration, statement
verklaring {f}  :: explanation
verkleden {vr}  :: to get changed
verkleinen {v}  :: reduce, make smaller (in scale or size)
verkleinen {v}  :: diminish, minimize
verkleinen {v}  :: extenuate
verkleining {f}  :: reduction
verkleining {f}  :: diminutive formation (making a verkleinwoord)
verkleining {f}  :: belittlement
verkleinvorm {m}  :: diminutive (form)
verkleinwoord {n} [grammar]  :: diminutive
verkleinwoordje {noun}  :: diminutive of verkleinwoord
verkleumd {adj}  :: stiff/numb with cold
verkleuren {v} [of a color]  :: to change e.g. through tarnishing or bleaching
verkleuring {f}  :: change in colour
verkleuring {f}  :: a spot whose colour differs from its surroundings: discoloration, discolouration
verklikken {v}  :: To denounce, act as informer, rat on
verklikken {v} [obsolete]  :: To observe, spy upon, spot, track
verklikken {v} [obsolete]  :: To catch, trick
verklikken {v} [obsolete]  :: To betray a secret, reveal what is hidden
verkloten {vt} [mildly, vulgar]  :: to fuck up
verkneukelen {vr}  :: to wring one's hands together with pleasure, to secretly enjoy oneself
verknocht {adj}  :: emotionally attached
verknocht {adj}  :: addicted
verknoeien {v}  :: to mess up, to botch
verkoelen {vi}  :: to cool down
verkoelen {vt}  :: to cool down
verkoeling {f}  :: cooling, coolness
verkoeling {f}  :: a cool drink
verkolen {v}  :: to carbonize, to scorch
verkommeren {v}  :: to languish, to wither
verkondigen {v}  :: to announce, proclaim
verkondigen {v}  :: to preach
verkondiger {m}  :: preacher
verkondiging {f}  :: announcement, proclamation
verkoop {m}  :: sale
verkoopautomaat {m}  :: vending machine
verkoopprijs {m}  :: bidding price
verkopen {v}  :: to sell
verkoper {m}  :: salesman, seller
verkoperen {vt}  :: To copper, mount, cover, coat or otherwise fit with copper or brassware
verkoperen {vt}  :: To copper, colour (e.g. paint) like copper (or brass)
verkoperen {vt} [figuratively]  :: To close off (notably one's heart)
verkorten {v}  :: to shorten
verkorten {v}  :: to abridge, abbreviate
verkorting {f}  :: shortening
verkorting {f}  :: abbreviation, abridgment
verkouden {adj}  :: having a cold
verkoudheid {f}  :: cold (illness)
verkrachten {v}  :: to rape, to abuse
verkrachter {m}  :: rapist
verkrachter {m} [dated, except in certain prepositional or possessive constructs]  :: violator, offender
verkrachting {f}  :: rape
verkrachtingscultuur {f}  :: rape culture
verkreukelen {v}  :: to crease, rumple
verkreukelen {v} [figuratively]  :: to blunder, screw up
verkrijgbaar {adj}  :: obtainable, available
verkrijgen {v}  :: to obtain, gain, get
verkwikken {v}  :: to freshen up, refresh
verkwisten {v}  :: to waste
verkwistend {adj}  :: wasteful
verkwister {m}  :: A squanderer, who wastes money and/or valuable things
verl. deelw. {abbr}  :: verleden deelwoord
verladen {v}  :: to transfer, to load to another place
verlagen {v}  :: to lower
verlagen {vr}  :: to debase oneself, to lower one's standards
verlaging {f}  :: lowering
verlamming {f}  :: paralysis, loss of (muscle) control, involuntary immobilization (both literally and figuratively)
verlangen {v}  :: to long for, desire, yearn
verlangen {v}  :: to expect, to ask (of someone)
verlangen {n}  :: longing, craving
verlangzamen {vi}  :: to slow down
verlangzamen {vt}  :: to slow down
verlaten {v}  :: to leave
verlaten {v}  :: to abandon
verlaten {v}  :: to desert
verlaten {v}  :: to belate, to stall, to delay
verleden {adj} [dated]  :: gone by, past
verleden {adj}  :: previous, last
verleden {n} [with definite article]  :: the past
verleden deelwoord {n} [grammar]  :: past participle
verleden tijd {m} [grammar]  :: past (the past tense)
verlegen {adj}  :: shy, bashful, timid
verlegen {adj}  :: coy
verlegenheid {f}  :: embarrassment, shyness
verleidelijk {adj}  :: alluring, tempting, seductive
verleiden {v}  :: to tempt
verleiden {v}  :: to seduce
verleiding {f}  :: temptation
verlenen {v}  :: to grant
verlener {m}  :: provider
verlener {m}  :: giver
verlengd {adj}  :: extended, prolonged
verlengen {v}  :: to extend, lengthen
verlengen {v}  :: (time) to protract, delay
verlenging {f}  :: extension
verlenging {f}  :: extra time
verlening {f}  :: allotment
verlichten {v}  :: To lighten (make less heavy)
verlichten {v}  :: To illuminate
verlichting {f}  :: lighting, illumination
verlichting {f}  :: alleviation
verlichting {prop} {f} [history, philosophy, definite article]  :: the Enlightenment
verliefd {adj}  :: in love
verlies {n}  :: loss, defeat
verlies {n}  :: (the process of) losing someone or something
verlieven {v}  :: to fall in love
verlieven {v}  :: to make someone fall in love
verliezen {v}  :: to lose (possession)
verliezen {v}  :: to lose (a game), to be defeated
verlijden {v} [law, of a contract]  :: to expire, to end
verlijden {v} [law, of a contract]  :: to declare binding
verloederen {v}  :: to become decadent, to decay (morally), to degenerate
verloederen {v}  :: to deteriorate, to worsen (e.g. conditions)
verlof {n}  :: furlough, leave of absence
verlof {n}  :: permission, authorization
verlokkelijk {adj}  :: tempting
verlokken {v}  :: to tempt
verloochenen {vt}  :: to disavow
verloochenen {vt}  :: to deny, to block out (e.g. the possibility of something occurring)
verloop {n}  :: course (development)
verloop {n}  :: process
verloopstekker {m}  :: plug adapter
verlopen {v}  :: to progress
verlopen {v}  :: to expire, to become invalid
verlopen {v} [colors]  :: to fade
verlopen {v} [clocks]  :: to go fast/slow, to go out of pace
verloskunde {f}  :: midwifery
verlossen {v}  :: To free (of something)
verlossen {v}  :: To redeem
verlossen {v}  :: To attend the birth of an infant and provide postpartum care to the mother and her infant
verlosser {m}  :: redeemer, savior/saviour
verlossing {f}  :: release
verlossing {f}  :: salvation, redemption, rescue
verlossing {f}  :: delivery (childbirth)
verloten {v}  :: to give as a prize in a lottery or in sweepstakes
verloven {vt} [archaic]  :: to commit to an obligation
verloven {vt}  :: to conclude an engagement
verloven {vr} [zich verloven]  :: to undertake an engagement, get engaged
verloven {vt} [obsolete]  :: to allow, permit
verloven {vt} [obsolete]  :: to releave, suspend
verloven {vt} [obsolete]  :: to exempt from (notably military) duty
verloving {f}  :: engagement (before marrying)
verlovingsring {m}  :: engagement ring
verluchtigen {v}  :: to air, ventilate
verluchtigen {v}  :: to illustrate, illuminate
verlummelen {v} [of time]  :: to waste, to while away
vermaak {n}  :: entertainment
vermaard {adj}  :: renowned
vermageren {v}  :: to lose weight
vermageren {v}  :: to emaciate
vermakelijk {adj}  :: entertaining, amusing
vermaken {vt}  :: to entertain, to amuse
vermaken {vr}  :: to amuse oneself
vermaren {v}  :: to make famous, to make one's accomplishments known
vermeend {adj}  :: wrongly alleged
vermeend {adj}  :: supposed, alleged
vermeerderen {vi}  :: to increase in number, to multiply
vermeerderen {vt}  :: to increase in number, to multiply
vermeerdering {f}  :: increase (in population), accretion
vermelden {v}  :: to mention
vermelding {f}  :: mention
vermengen {vt}  :: to mix
vermenigvuldigen {v} [arithmetic]  :: to multiply
vermenigvuldiging {f}  :: multiplication
vermetel {adj}  :: audacious, daring
vermetel {adv}  :: audaciously, daringly
vermeten {adj}  :: audacious, daring
vermijden {v}  :: to avoid
vermijding {f}  :: avoidance
verminderen {vi}  :: to diminish
verminderen {vt}  :: to reduce, to decrement
vermindering {f}  :: reduction, abatement, decrease, diminishment, lessening
verminken {v}  :: to mutilate
verminking {f}  :: mutilation
vermissen {v}  :: to go missing
vermist {adj}  :: missing
vermiste {noun}  :: missing person
vermiste {noun}  :: missing object
vermoedelijk {adj}  :: probable
vermoedelijk {adv}  :: presumably
vermoeden {v}  :: to suppose
vermoeden {v}  :: to suspect
vermoeden {n}  :: suspicion, assumption, presumption
vermoeden {n} [math]  :: conjecture
vermoeidheid {f}  :: tiredness
vermoeien {vt}  :: to tire
vermogen {n}  :: Ability, power, capacity
vermogen {n} [physics]  :: Power
vermogen {n}  :: Fortune, large sum of money
vermogen {n} [economics]  :: Total of material possessions
vermogen {v} [rare; formal]  :: to be able to do, to be able to achieve
vermolmen {v}  :: to decay, rot
vermolmen {v}  :: to go mouldy
vermolmen {v} [figuratively]  :: to crumple, collapse
vermommen {vt}  :: to disguise
vermomming {f}  :: Disguise
vermoorden {vt}  :: to murder
vermorsen {v}  :: to trifle, waste
vermurwen {vt}  :: to soften, to weaken
vernaaien {v}  :: to adjust, to modify through sewing
vernaaien {v} [vulgar]  :: to screw up, to fuck up
vernachelen {vt}  :: to con, to scam, to deceive
vernachelen {vt}  :: to mess up, to waste, to destroy
vernaggelen {v}  :: alternative spelling of vernachelen
verne {adj}  :: of the past year
vernederen {vt}  :: To humiliate, humble
vernederen {v}  :: (reflexive use: zich vernederen) To stoop to, humble/humiliate oneself
vernederend {adj}  :: humiliating, constituting or implying humiliation
vernedering {f}  :: humiliation, either active or passive
vernederlandsen {vi}  :: to become Dutch, to assimilate into Dutch society
vernederlandsen {vt}  :: to make Dutch, to Dutchify
vernemen {v}  :: to learn (of), to find out, to hear (about)
verneuken {v} [vulgar]  :: to deceive
verneuken {v} [vulgar]  :: to fuck up, to screw
verneukeratief {adj} [mildly vulgar, colloquial, Netherlands]  :: tricky
vernielen {v}  :: to destroy
vernieling {f}  :: destruction
vernielzucht {f}  :: tendency to commit vandalism; a strong desire to destroy
vernietigd {adj}  :: destroyed
vernietigen {vti}  :: To destroy
vernietiging {f}  :: destruction
vernietigingskamp {n}  :: extermination camp, death camp (camp intended for the extermination of certain groups)
vernieuwen {v}  :: to renew
vernieuwer {m}  :: innovator
vernieuwing {f}  :: innovation
vernoemen {v}  :: to name after
vernuft {n}  :: ingenuity, brilliance, intelligence
vernuftig {adj}  :: ingenious, nifty
veronderstellen {v}  :: to presume, guess, suppose
veronderstelling {f}  :: supposition, assumption
verongelijktheid {f}  :: A feeling of being wronged by a society
verongelukken {v}  :: to die in an accident
verontreinigen {v}  :: to pollute
verontreiniging {f}  :: pollution
verontrusten {v}  :: to trouble, disturb
verontschuldigen {vt}  :: to excuse, to forgive
verontschuldigen {vr}  :: to apologize
verontschuldiging {f}  :: apology
verontwaardigen {v}  :: to make indignant, to indignify
verontwaardiging {f}  :: indignation
veroordeeld {adj}  :: condemned
veroordeelde {noun}  :: person who has been sentenced
veroordelen {v}  :: to condemn
veroordeling {f} [legal]  :: conviction, condemnation
veroorlogen {vt} [obsolete]  :: to waste by war, to war away
veroorloven {vr}  :: to afford, allow oneself
veroorzaken {v}  :: to cause
veropenbaren {v}  :: disclose
verorberen {v}  :: to eat up (usually avariciously)
verordening {f}  :: regulation
verordonneren {v}  :: to order (give an order)
verouderd {adj}  :: obsolete
verouderen {vi}  :: to age (become old)
veroveren {v}  :: To conquer
verovering {f}  :: conquest, victory
verpachten {v}  :: to lease
verpakken {v}  :: to wrap up, to package (to fold and secure something to be the cover or protection)
verpakken {v}  :: to box (to place inside a box)
verpakken {v}  :: to bag (to put into a bag)
verpakken {v}  :: to tarp (to cover with a tarpaulin)
verpakking {f}  :: packaging
verpanden {v}  :: to pawn (to sell something to a pawn shop)
verpesten {v} [originally]  :: To infect, poison
verpesten {v} [figuratively]  :: To spoil, ruin
verpieteren {vi} [of food]  :: to waste or lose flavour because of being cooked too long
verpieteren {vt} [of food]  :: to cause to waste or lose flavour because of being cooked too long
verplaatsen {v}  :: to move, transfer - from one place (A) to another (B)
verplaatsen {v}  :: to remove
verplanten {v}  :: to replant
verpleeghuis {n}  :: rest home, nursing home
verpleegkundige {mf}  :: nurse
verpleegster {f}  :: nurse, sister (senior nurse)
verplegen {v}  :: to nurse
verpleger {m}  :: nurse
verpleging {f}  :: nursing (caretaking), medical treatment
verpletteren {v}  :: to crush, smash
verpletteren {v} [figuratively]  :: to overwhelm, crush
verplicht {adj}  :: compulsory, necessary, required
verplichten {v}  :: to oblige
verplichting {f}  :: obligation
verpotten {v}  :: to repot
verpozen {v}  :: to repose, relax
verprutsen {v}  :: to mess up, to ruin, to spoil
verraad {n}  :: betrayal, treason
verraden {v}  :: to betray
verraden {v}  :: to give away, to spoil (a secret)
verrader {m}  :: traitor, betrayer
verraderlijk {adj}  :: treacherous
verrassen {v}  :: to surprise, to amaze, to awe
verrassend {adj}  :: surprising
verrassend {adv}  :: surprisingly
verrassing {f}  :: surprise
verregaand {adj}  :: far-reaching
verrekenen {v}  :: to offset, to settle (a debt or a payment)
verrekijker {m}  :: binoculars
verrekken {vt}  :: to overstretch
verrekken {vt} [of a muscle]  :: to pull
verrekken {vt}  :: to refuse to do
verrekt {adj} [slang]  :: damned
verreweg {adv}  :: by far
verrichten {v}  :: to perform, to carry out
verrichting {f}  :: action
verrijken {v}  :: to enrich
verrijzen {v}  :: to arise
verrijzenis {f}  :: resurrection
verroeren {v}  :: To move, to cause to change place or posture; to set in motion
verroeren {v}  :: To arouse, move emotionally
verroest {interj}  :: Exclamation of surprise at a newly discovered fact
verroesten {v}  :: to rust away
verrotten {v}  :: to rot, to decompose
verruilen {vt}  :: to exchange [+ voor (object) = for], to trade in [+ voor (object) = for]
verrukkelijk {adj}  :: wonderful, delightful
verrukken {v}  :: to cause to become overjoyed
verrukken {v}  :: to enchant, charm
verrukking {f}  :: ecstasy, elation
verruwen {vi}  :: to grow rough or uneven
verruwen {vt}  :: to roughen, to unsmooth
verruwen {vti}  :: to become or make less civil
vers {adj}  :: fresh
vers {n}  :: verse, stanza
vers {n}  :: poem
versassen {vt} [Belgium]  :: to transit, to ship through
versch. {abbr}  :: verschillende
verschaffen {v}  :: to procure, provide
verschalken {v}  :: to mislead, to fool
verschalken {v}  :: to eat up, to catch and eat
verschansen {vt}  :: to dig in, entrench
verschansen {vr}  :: to dig oneself in, to seek cover, to fortify one's position
verschansing {f}  :: bulwark
verscheiden {adj}  :: various
verscheiden {v} [poetic]  :: to pass away, to die
verscheiden {n}  :: passing away, dying, death
verscheidene {determiner}  :: various
verscheidenheid {f}  :: variety
verscheidenheid {f}  :: variety of
verschenken {v}  :: to give away
verschenken {v}  :: to pour a liquid in too high quantities
verschenken {v}  :: to dilute by adding too much of another liquid
verschepen {v}  :: to embark
verschepen {v}  :: to ship
verscherpen {v}  :: to sharpen, to tighten
verscherpen {v}  :: to strengthen
verscheuren {v}  :: to tear apart
verschiet {n}  :: the distance, place far away
verschiet {n} [figuratively]  :: the future
verschieten {v}  :: to use (up) projectiles etc. for shooting
verschieten {v}  :: to shift rapidly, 'shoot' away,
verschieten {v}  :: to advance (money)
verschieten {v}  :: to change colour, as though tarnishing
verschijnen {v}  :: to appear, show up
verschijnen {v}  :: to be published
verschijning {f}  :: appearance, act of appearing
verschijning {f}  :: appearance, likeness, how something appears on the outside
verschijning {f}  :: appearance, apparition, phenomenon
verschijnsel {n}  :: phenomenon
verschil {n}  :: difference
verschillen {v}  :: to differ
verschillend {adj}  :: different
verschillend {adj}  :: various
verschonen {vt}  :: to change, to replace with a clean piece of the same thing
verschonen {vt} [figuratively]  :: to excuse, pardon
verschonen {vt} [obsolete]  :: to withhold, to fail to use or employ
verschot {n}  :: lumbago
verschranzen {vt}  :: to gobble up, to gormandize
verschrijven {vr}  :: to make a mistake while writing
verschrikkelijk {adj}  :: awful, terrible
verschrikkelijk {adv}  :: terribly, extremely
verschrikkelijke sneeuwman {m}  :: abominable snowman
verschrikken {v}  :: to frighten, terrify
verschrikking {f}  :: horror
verschroeien {v}  :: to scorch, to burn
verschuilen {vt}  :: to hide, to make hidden
verschuilen {vr}  :: to hide, to be hidden, to lurk
verschuiven {vt}  :: to move, shift
verschuiven {vt}  :: to postpone
verschuiven {vi}  :: to move (oneself)
verschuiving {f}  :: shift
verschuldigd {adj}  :: indebted
versheid {f}  :: freshness
versie {f}  :: version
versierder {m} [literally]  :: A decorator
versierder {m}  :: A male who smoothly picks up dates, such as a womanizer
versieren {v}  :: to decorate
versieren {v}  :: to seduce
versiering {f}  :: decoration
versiersel {n}  :: decoration, ornament
versimpelen {v}  :: to simplify
versimpeling {f}  :: simplification
versjteren {v} [slang]  :: (transitive) To mess up
verslaafd {adj}  :: depending on (drugs or medications)
verslaafd {adj}  :: addicted to
verslaan {v}  :: to defeat
verslaan {v}  :: to report on
verslag {n}  :: report
verslagenheid {f}  :: dejection, despondence
verslaggever {m}  :: reporter (especially an on-site reporter)
verslapen {vr}  :: to oversleep
verslappen {v}  :: to extenuate (make thin or slender)
verslappen {v}  :: to wilt, to fatigue
verslappen {v}  :: to relax, sag, slack (to lose firmness)
verslappen {v}  :: to relent, slacken, abate
verslappen {v}  :: to fade
verslavend {adj}  :: addictive (causing or tending to cause addiction)
verslavend {v}  :: past participle of verslaven
verslaving {f}  :: addiction
verslechteren {v}  :: to worsen, deteriorate
versleten {adj}  :: worn out, trite
versleutelen {v} [computing]  :: to encrypt
verslijten {v}  :: to wear out, fray
verslijten {v}  :: to take for
verslikken {vr}  :: to choke, to swallow wrong
verslinden {v}  :: to devour, to eat greedily
versluizen {vt} [Netherlands]  :: to transit, to ship through
versmallen {v}  :: to narrow (down)
versmelten {v}  :: to coalesce (melt/blend together)
versmelting {f}  :: amalgamation
versnapering {f}  :: refreshment, finger food, snack
versnellen {v} [physics]  :: to speed up, to accelerate
versneller {m}  :: accelerator (something that accelerates)
versnelling {f}  :: acceleration (act, state)
versnelling {f}  :: gear (gearbox of a car or bicycle)
versnellingsbak {m}  :: gearbox
versnellingsbak {m}  :: transmission
versnellingspook {c}  :: gear lever, shift stick
versnijden {vt}  :: to cut up, to cut in pieces
versnijden {vt} [obsolete]  :: to destroy by cutting, to ruin by cutting
versnijden {vt}  :: to dilute, to mix, to adulterate, to step on
versnijden {vt} [of old beer]  :: to blend or mix (with younger beer) [done to certain beers, like gueuze]
versnijdenis {f} [biblical, Christianity, pejorative]  :: mutilation of the flesh (polemical term for circumcision)
versnipperen {vi}  :: to shred
versnipperen {vt}  :: to shred
versnippering {f}  :: shredding, turning into many very small pieces
versnippering {f}  :: fragmentation
versoepelen {vi}  :: to become more flexible, to relax
versoepelen {vt}  :: to make more flexible, to relax
versomberen {v}  :: to sadden, to become sombre
verspekken {vi} [jargon, of mounted butterflies]  :: to turn lipid and pale, to spoil
versperren {v}  :: to bar, block
versperring {f}  :: the action of blocking
versperring {f}  :: an object used to block
verspillen {vt}  :: to waste
verspillend {adj}  :: wasteful
verspilling {f}  :: waste
verspreiden {v}  :: To spread around
verspreider {m}  :: distributor
verspreiding {f}  :: spread, diffusion, dispersion
verspreiding {f}  :: distribution (e.g. spatial distribution)
verspreidingsgebied {n}  :: range (of repartition of a certain phenomenon)
verstaan {v}  :: to understand (language, words), to hear clearly
verstaan {v}  :: to understand (an idea), to comprehend
verstaander {m} [uncommon]  :: understander (one who hears and/or understands)
verstand {n}  :: reason, mind, intellect, brains, wit
verstand {n}  :: understanding, knowledge
verstandelijk {adj}  :: intellectual
verstandhouding {f}  :: understanding (relation between persons: i.e. "get-alongness")
verstandig {adj}  :: sensible, wise, able-minded
verstandigheid {f}  :: understanding
verstandigheid {f}  :: good sense
verstandskies {m} [chiefly Netherlands]  :: wisdom tooth
verstarren {v}  :: to become petrified
verstekeling {m}  :: stowaway
verstellen {v}  :: to adjust
verstenen {vt}  :: to petrify, turn (something) into rock
verstenen {v} [by extension]  :: to harden, make insensitive
verstenen {vi}  :: to be petrified, turned into rock
verstenen {v} [by extension]  :: to be hardened, to become rigid, implacable
verstenen {vt}  :: to equip, fit (a mill) with a(nother) millstone
verstenen {vi}  :: To moan, complain
verstenen {vt}  :: To bemoan, regret
versterken {v}  :: to reinforce, strengthen
versterken {v}  :: to amplify
versterker {m}  :: amplifier
versterking {f}  :: strengthening
versterking {f}  :: stronghold
versteven {adj} [Brabantian]  :: (feeling) very cold
verstevigen {vt}  :: to solidify, to reinforce
verstijven {v}  :: to stiffen, to become stiff, to freeze
verstikken {v}  :: to choke, suffocate
verstikking {f}  :: asphyxiation, suffocation
verstoppen {vt}  :: To hide, make hidden; the reflexive form zich verstoppen means to hide oneself
verstoppen {vt}  :: To clog
verstoppertje {n} [games]  :: hide and seek
verstoren {v}  :: to disturb
verstoten {v}  :: to repudiate, to reject, to expel
verstrammen {v}  :: to stiffen
verstrekken {v}  :: to procure, provide
verstrekkend {adj}  :: far-reaching
verstrijken {vt}  :: To use up by smearing, applying all liquid or paste
verstrijken {vi}  :: To run out, expire, become invalid
verstrikken {v}  :: to trap, to snare
verstrikken {v} [figuratively]  :: to entrap, to entangle
verstrooid {adj}  :: absent-minded
verstrooiing {f}  :: scattering
verstuiken {v}  :: to sprain
versturen {v}  :: To send (off); to dispatch
vertaalbaar {adj}  :: translatable
vertaalster {f}  :: translator
vertaalwoordenboek {n}  :: translation dictionary; a dictionary that gives the translation for a given word in a given language
vertakken {v}  :: to branch off
vertakking {f}  :: branch
vertalen {v}  :: to translate
vertaler {m}  :: translator
vertaling {f}  :: translation
verte {f}  :: distance
vertebraat {m} [zoology]  :: an animal which has a vertebral column; a vertebrate
vertederen {v}  :: to soften, to mollify, to dulcify
verteerbaar {adj}  :: digestible
vertegenwoordigen {v}  :: to represent
vertegenwoordiger {m}  :: representative
vertellen {vt}  :: to tell
verteller {m}  :: narrator
vertelster {f}  :: female narrator
verteren {v}  :: to digest
verteren {v}  :: to spend, consume
verticaal {adj}  :: vertical (perpendicular to the plane of the horizon)
vertier {n} [slightly, dated and formal]  :: entertainment, amusement
vertier {n} [dated]  :: activity, social intercourse (the presence of many interacting people)
vertikken {vt} [usually with "het" as object]  :: to refuse to do
vertillen {vt}  :: to move by lifting
vertillen {vr}  :: to get hurt by lifting [+ aan (object)]
vertoeven {v}  :: to linger, to stay
vertonen {v}  :: to show, exhibit
vertoning {f}  :: show, spectacle, performance
vertoning {f}  :: display (contains negative connotations)
vertoog {n}  :: discourse (way of thinking involving certain concepts and terms)
vertoog {n}  :: discourse (exposition of some length)
vertragen {vt}  :: to slow down, to delay
vertraging {f}  :: delay
vertraging {f}  :: deceleration
vertrappen {vt}  :: to tread, to trample
vertrappen {vt} [figurative]  :: to humiliate
vertrek {n}  :: departure (the act of departing)
vertrek {n}  :: room, quarters
vertrekken {v}  :: to depart, leave
vertrekstaat {m}  :: timetable of departures
vertroebelen {v} [ergative]  :: to become/make muddy, blurry, unclear
vertroosten {v}  :: to console
vertroosting {f}  :: consolation
vertrossing {f}  :: Process in which commercialism prevails over educative television and radio
vertrouwd {adj}  :: familiar
vertrouweling {m}  :: confidant
vertrouwelinge {f}  :: confidante; feminine noun of vertrouweling
vertrouwen {n}  :: trust, faith
vertrouwen {v}  :: to trust
vertwijfeld {adj}  :: desperate
veruit {adv}  :: by far
vervaard {adj} [dialectal, archaic in Standard Dutch]  :: afraid, perturbed
vervaardigen {v}  :: to manufacture
vervaarlijk {adj}  :: horrible, dreadful
vervaarnis {f} [obsolete]  :: fear (emotion or sensation of being afraid)
vervagen {vi}  :: to blur
vervagen {vt}  :: to blur
verval {n}  :: decay
verval {n} [geography, hydrology]  :: vertical distance between two points of a watercourse [in units of length]
vervaldatum {m}  :: due date (of payment)
vervaldatum {m}  :: best before date
vervallen {v}  :: to decline, reject
vervallen {v}  :: to worsen
vervallen {v}  :: to decay, rot
vervallen {v}  :: to recede, pull away
vervallen {v} [legal]  :: to cease to be valid
vervallen {v} [of food]  :: to expire
vervallen {adj}  :: dilapidated, ruinous
vervallen {adj} [legal]  :: having no legal force or cogency, invalid
vervallen {adj} [of food]  :: expired
vervalsen {v}  :: to falsify
vervalsing {f}  :: Forgery, fake
vervangbaar {adj}  :: replaceable
vervangen {v}  :: to replace, substitute
vervanger {m}  :: substitute
vervanging {f}  :: substitution, replacement
vervanging {f}  :: as a substitute for
vervaren {vt}  :: to transport by sailing
vervaren {vi} [archaic]  :: to sail
vervaren {vir} [or with _, object, archaic]  :: to fear, to be afraid
vervaren {vt} [archaic]  :: to scare, to make afraid
verveeld {adj}  :: bored
verveerd {adj}  :: alternative form of vervaard [see the usages notes there, the same applies to this form]
vervelen {vt}  :: to annoy, to pester
vervelen {vt}  :: to inspire boredom in somebody, to disinterest
vervelen {vr}  :: to be bored
vervelend {adj}  :: boring, uninteresting
vervelend {adj}  :: annoying, causing irritation or annoyance; vexatious
vervelend {adj}  :: troublesome
verveling {f}  :: boredom
vervellen {vi}  :: to shed skin, to moult
verveloos {adj}  :: without paint [due to wear]
verven {v}  :: to paint
verversen {v}  :: to replace, to renew, to change
vervetten {v}  :: to fatten
vervliegen {v}  :: to flee
vervliegen {v}  :: to evaporate
vervloeken {vt}  :: to curse, to put a curse on someone
vervloekt {adj}  :: cursed, damned
vervlogen {adj}  :: past, bygone
vervlogene {n} [poetic]  :: a time gone by; the past
vervoegen {v}  :: to conjugate
vervoegen {v} [proscribed]  :: to join
vervoeging {f} [grammar]  :: conjugation
vervoer {n}  :: The act or process of transporting; transportation
vervoer {n} [metonymy]  :: Any means of transport, vehicle and/or driver etc
vervoerder {m}  :: transport company
vervoeren {v}  :: to transport, to move
vervolg {n}  :: sequel
vervolgen {v}  :: to continue, carry on
vervolgen {v}  :: to persecute, pursue
vervolgen {v}  :: to prosecute, sue
vervolgens {adv}  :: subsequently
vervolging {f}  :: persecution
vervolgziek {adj} [archaic]  :: prone to persecute, extremely intolerant
vervormbaarheid {f}  :: plasticity
vervormen {v}  :: to deform, to change the shape of
vervorming {f}  :: transformation
vervorming {f}  :: deformation
vervreemden {v}  :: to alienate
vervroegen {v}  :: to advance, hasten
vervroegen {v}  :: to bring forward (appointment, etc.)
vervuilen {v}  :: to pollute
vervuiling {f}  :: pollution
vervullen {v}  :: to fulfill
verwaand {adj}  :: supercilious
verwaarloosbaar {adj}  :: negligible
verwaarlozen {v}  :: to neglect, slack off
verwaarlozing {f}  :: Negligence
verwachten {v}  :: To expect
verwachting {f}  :: expectation
verwachting {f} [meteorology]  :: forecast
verwant {adj}  :: related
verwant {m}  :: relative, family member
verwante {f}  :: female relative; kinswoman
verwantschap {f}  :: affinity, relationship
verward {adj}  :: confused
verwarmen {v}  :: to heat, warm
verwarming {f}  :: heating (system)
verwarren {v}  :: to tangle
verwarren {v}  :: to confuse, confound, befuddle
verwarrend {adj}  :: confusing
verwarring {f}  :: confusion
verweer {n}  :: defense (US); defence (Commonwealth): e.g. something that a defendant says at a trial
verwekken {v}  :: to beget
verwekker {m}  :: begetter, procreator
verwelken {v}  :: to wither, wilt
verwelkomen {vt}  :: to welcome (to affirm or greet the arrival of someone)
verwen {v}  :: obsolete form of verven
verwennen {v}  :: to spoil (someone), to be extra nice to
verwensing {f}  :: imprecation, curse, swearword
verweren {v}  :: to defend
verweren {v}  :: to erode due to weather conditions like rain, wind and frost
verwering {f} [geology]  :: weathering
verwerken {v}  :: to process
verwerken {v}  :: to assimilate, to cope with, to come to terms with
verwerking {f}  :: process
verwerpelijk {adj}  :: reprehensible
verwerpen {v}  :: to reject
verwerven {v} [somewhat, formal]  :: to acquire, obtain, gain
verwerving {f}  :: acquisition
verweven {adj}  :: interweaved
verweven {v}  :: to interweave
verwezenlijken {v}  :: to realize (US); realise (UK), accomplish
verwijden {v}  :: to widen
verwijderen {v}  :: To remove
verwijdering {f}  :: removal
verwijt {n}  :: accusation
verwijtbaar {adj}  :: culpable, blameworthy
verwijtbaar werkloos {adj} [legal]  :: unemployed as a consequence of one's own actions (for example, resigned voluntarily)
verwijten {v}  :: to blame for
verwijven {vi}  :: to become effeminate
verwijven {vt}  :: to make effeminate
verwijzen {v}  :: to refer (to)
verwijzing {f}  :: reference
verwijzing {f}  :: link (hypertext)
verwijzing {f} [medicine]  :: referral
verwikkelen {v}  :: to involve, implicate
verwikkeling {f}  :: entanglement
verwilderd {adj}  :: wild, unruly
verwilderd {adj} [vegetation]  :: overgrown
verwilderd {adj} [animals]  :: wild, feral
verwilderen {v}  :: to become wild and unruly
verwilderen {v}  :: to return to the wild; to become feral
verwisselen {v}  :: to swap, replace, exchange
verwittigen {v} [Belgium]  :: to inform, to notify
verwoed {adj}  :: fierce, furious (passionately, with much energy)
verwoesten {v}  :: to lay waste, devastate
verwoesting {f}  :: devastation
verwonden {v}  :: to wound
verwonderen {v}  :: to amaze
verwondering {f}  :: amazement, marvel, surprise, fascination, wonderment
verwonderlijk {adv}  :: amazing
verwonding {f}  :: wound, injury
verwoorden {v}  :: to word, to express in words, to formulate
verwoording {f}  :: the choice of words; wording
verwoording {f}  :: to articulate something with words; articulation
verworden {v}  :: to become corrupt,
verworden {v}  :: to degenerate
verworvenheid {f}  :: achievement
verwringen {v}  :: to wry, contort (especially one's face)
verwrongen {adj}  :: twisted
verwrongen {adj} [facial expression]  :: wry
verwurging {f}  :: stranglehold
verzachten {v}  :: to soften
verzachtend {adj}  :: softening
verzachtend {adj}  :: extenuating
verzadigen {v}  :: to saturate
verzadigen {v}  :: to satisfy
verzadiging {f}  :: saturation
verzadiging {f}  :: satiety
verzaken {v}  :: to renounce
verzaken {v}  :: to neglect
verzaken {v}  :: to betray
verzaker {m}  :: One who neglects, shirks, avoids, etc. responsabilities
verzaker {m} [religion, chiefly Hinduism, Buddhism]  :: An ascetic, someone who has renounced worldly riches
verzaking {f}  :: renunciation
verzaking {f}  :: neglect
verzamelaar {m}  :: collector (e.g. of art)
verzamelbegrip {n}  :: catch-all term
verzameldrang {m}  :: compulsive hoarding
verzamelen {v}  :: To collect, to gather
verzameling {f}  :: collection
verzameling {f} [set theory]  :: set
verzamelingenleer {f} {m} [mathematics]  :: set theory
verzamelwoede {f}  :: compulsive hoarding
verzamelzucht {f}  :: compulsive hoarding
verzanding {f}  :: silting
verzegelen {v}  :: to seal
verzekeraar {m}  :: insurer
verzekeren {v}  :: to assure
verzekeren {v}  :: to insure
verzekering {f}  :: insurance
verzekering {f}  :: assurance
verzekeringspremie {f}  :: The amount to be paid for an insurance policy, insurance premium
verzenden {v}  :: to send, to ship
verzendkosten {p}  :: shipping costs, shipping prices
verzengen {v}  :: to sear, to burn
verzet {n}  :: resistance
verzet {n} [foreign occupation]  :: resistance movement
verzet {n}  :: (only in the diminutive) a diversion, an activity that distracts the mind
verzetje {n} [literally]  :: the diminutive of verzet (all senses)
verzetje {n}  :: A (relaxing) distraction, as to clear the mind
verzetje {n} [by extension]  :: Any fun activity
verzetsbeweging {f}  :: resistance movement
verzetten {vt}  :: to move, to shift to another position
verzetten {vt}  :: to perform, to do
verzetten {vr} [verzetten tegen]  :: to resist
verzieken {v}  :: to befoul, to wreck
verzijp {n}  :: colander
verzinken {v}  :: to sink away
verzinken {v}  :: to coat with zinc, to galvanize
verzinnen {v}  :: to invent, to make up
verzinsel {n}  :: Something that is made up
verzoek {n}  :: request (act of requesting), friendly demand, petition
verzoeken {v}  :: to request, to demand politely, to petition
verzoeken {v} [rare, archaic]  :: to tempt, to lure
verzoeking {f} [archaic]  :: temptation
verzoekschrift {n}  :: petition
verzoenen {v}  :: to reconcile
verzoening {f}  :: reconciliation
verzorgen {vt}  :: to take care of, to look after, to nurse
verzorgen {vt}  :: to provide (a service), to supply
verzorger {m}  :: caretaker (e.g. of animals in a zoo)
verzorging {f}  :: caretaking
verzorgingsplaats {f}  :: rest area [next to a highway]
verzorgingsstaat {m}  :: welfare state
verzot {adj}  :: (verzot op) eager for
verzouten {v}  :: to make salty, to fill or saturate with salt
verzuchting {f}  :: complaint
verzuchting {f}  :: aspiration
verzuilen {v}  :: to pillarize
verzuiling {f}  :: pillarization, institutional segregation of society according to religious and political identity
verzuimen {v}  :: to neglect, overlook
verzuipen {v} [ergative, colloquial]  :: to drown
verzuren {vi}  :: to acidify, to become acidic
verzuren {vt}  :: to acidify, to make acidic
verzuring {f}  :: acidification (soil, muscles (lactic acid))
verzwakken {vi}  :: to weaken, to become weaker
verzwakken {vt}  :: to weaken, to make weaker
verzwaren {v}  :: to increase in severity or intensity
verzwelgen {v}  :: to devour
verzwijgen {v}  :: to hold back, suppress, or conceal information; to keep quiet about something
verzwinden {vi}  :: to disappear, to vanish
vest {f}  :: fortified wall, city wall
vest {f}  :: moat
vest {f}  :: boulevard
vest {n}  :: cardigan
vesten {vt} [obsolete]  :: to fix, to fasten, to attach
vesten {vt} [obsolete]  :: to fortify, to strengthen
vestigen {vt}  :: to establish, to place
vestigen {vr}  :: to establish oneself
vestigen {vr}  :: to settle
vestiging {f}  :: branch, location (subsidiary business)
vestiging {f}  :: establishment, settlement, founding (the action of establishing or founding a building or settlement)
vesting {f}  :: fortification
vet {adj}  :: fat
vet {adj}  :: greasy
vet {adj} [colloquial]  :: cool
vet {n}  :: fat
vet {n}  :: grease
vet {adv} [colloquial]  :: very
vete {f}  :: feud
veter {m}  :: lace
veteraan {m}  :: veteran
veteraan {m} [sports]  :: a player of a higher age (depending on which branch of sports)
vetewezen {n} [historical]  :: a customary system of resolving conflicts and feuds with public displays of violence
vetgans {f}  :: penguin
vethart {n} [obsolete]  :: cor adiposum, a heart disease due to accumulation of fat in or near the heart
vetlaars {f}  :: boot made of curried leather
vetleer {n}  :: curried leather
vetmesten {vt}  :: to fatten
veto {n}  :: veto
vetplant {f}  :: succulent plant, succulent
vettig {adj}  :: greasy
vetzak {m} [derogatory]  :: fatso, lard-ass
vetzucht {f} {m}  :: adiposity, obesity
vetzuur {m}  :: fatty acid
veulen {n}  :: A foal, the young of any equine and some other quadrupeds, either colt (male) or filly (female); unless specified, usually a horse's
veulen {n} [figuratively]  :: A young person, especially behaving naively; fool
veulendragend {adj}  :: which carries, i.e. is pregant of, (a) foal(s) (or certain other quadruped young, compare veulen)
veulengeld {n}  :: The sum due to the equine stud's owner after the birth of a foal it sired
vezel {f} {m}  :: fibre (UK); fiber (US)
vezelen {v}  :: to whisper
vgl. {abbr}  :: cf. (compare - used in written language)
v/h {abbr}  :: van het
via {prep}  :: via, through, by way of
via {prep}  :: by (means of); using (a medium)
viaduct {m}  :: viaduct
vibreren {v}  :: to vibrate, trill
vice- {prefix}  :: vice-
vice versa {adv}  :: vice versa
vicepresident {m}  :: vice president
vicevoorzitter {m}  :: vice-chairman
vicieuze cirkel {m}  :: vicious circle
vicissitude {f}  :: vicissitude
video {m}  :: video, movie (regardless of medium)
video {m}  :: videotape
video {m}  :: movie which is on a video tape
video {m}  :: video recorder
videoband {m}  :: videotape
videocamera {f}  :: video camera
videoclip {m}  :: music video
videocratie {f}  :: videocracy
videotheek {f}  :: video rental store
vier {num} [cardinal]  :: four
vierde {adj}  :: fourth
vierde {f} {m}  :: a fourth in ranking
vierde {n}  :: one in four parts, a quarter
vierde naamval {m} [grammar]  :: accusative case
vierdeel {n}  :: one of four equal parts; a quarter
vierdeel {n}  :: a section of a town; a quarter
vierduizend {num}  :: four thousand
vieren {v}  :: to celebrate
vieren {v}  :: to let loose, to let go
vierendertig {num}  :: thirty-four
vierennegentig {num}  :: ninety-four
vierentachtig {num}  :: eighty-four
vierentwintig {num}  :: twenty-four
vierenveertig {num}  :: forty-four
vierenvijftig {num}  :: fifty-four
vierenzestig {num}  :: sixty-four
vierenzeventig {num}  :: seventy-four
vierhoekig {adj}  :: quadrangular
vierhonderd {num}  :: four hundred
viering {f}  :: celebration
viering {f} [architecture]  :: cross between the nave and transepts of a church
vieringtoren {m} [architecture]  :: crossing tower
vierkant {adj}  :: square
vierkant {n}  :: square (geometric shape)
vierkant {adv} [Belgium]  :: completely
vierkant {adv}  :: in one's face
vierkante kilometer {m}  :: square kilometer / square kilometre
vierkante meter {m}  :: square metre
vierkantswortel {m} [arithmetic]  :: square root
vierklapper {f} [soccer]  :: a player's feat to score four goals in one match
vierling {m}  :: quintuplet; one of a group of four babies born from the same mother during the same birth
vierspan {n}  :: A span of four horses arranged in pairs
viertal {n}  :: quartet, quadruplet (group of four)
viervoeter {m} [zoology]  :: a quadruped
vierwieler {m}  :: four-wheeler, four-wheeled vehicle
vies {adj}  :: dirty (not clean)
vies {adj}  :: bad-tasting
vies {adj}  :: dirty, also in a sexual sense
viespeuk {m}  :: lowlife, a person of ill repute
vieux jeu {n}  :: something unoriginal, same old story
viezerik {m}  :: lowlife, scumbag
vijand {m}  :: enemy
vijandelijk {adj}  :: hostile, inimical
vijandelijkheid {f} [often, in the plural]  :: animosity, hostility
vijandig {adj}  :: hostile (belonging or appropriate to an enemy)
vijandige rivaliteit {f}  :: strife
vijandigheid {f}  :: hostility
vijandin {f}  :: female enemy
vijandschap {f}  :: hostility
vijf {num} [cardinal]  :: five
vijfde {adj}  :: fifth
vijfde naamval {m} [grammar]  :: vocative case
vijfduizend {num}  :: five thousand
vijfendertig {num}  :: thirty-five
vijfennegentig {num}  :: ninety-five
vijfentachtig {num}  :: eighty-five
vijfentwintig {num}  :: twenty-five
vijfenveertig {num}  :: forty-five
vijfenvijftig {num}  :: fifty-five
vijfenzestig {num}  :: sixty-five
vijfenzeventig {num}  :: seventy-five
vijfhoek {m} [geometry]  :: pentagon (a polygon with five sides and five angles)
vijfhonderd {num}  :: five hundred
vijfje {noun}  :: A 5 guilder coin or 5 euro bank note
vijflettergrepig {adj}  :: pentasyllabic
vijfling {m}  :: quintuplet; one of a group of five babies born from the same mother during the same birth
vijftien {num}  :: fifteen
vijftiende {adj}  :: fifteenth
vijftig {num}  :: fifty
vijfvoudig {adj}  :: fivefold
vijfwouter {m} [dated]  :: butterfly
vijg {f}  :: fig
vijg van Barbarije {f} [obsolete]  :: A prickly pear, an Indian fig
vijgcactus {m}  :: Any cactus species or individual cactus from the genus Opuntia
vijgeboom {m}  :: superseded spelling of vijgenboom
vijgenboom {m}  :: fig tree
vijgencactus {m}  :: alternative form of vijgcactus
vijl {f} {m}  :: file (abrasive tool)
vijs {f}  :: screw
vijver {m}  :: pond
vijzel {mf}  :: mortar (vessel used to grind ingredients); mortar and pestle [pars pro toto, the pestle is normally not named separately]
vijzel {mf}  :: jack (instrument to lift heavy objects)
vijzel {mf}  :: Archimedes' screw
vijzen {v}  :: to screw or unscrew (turn a screw)
vilder {m}  :: skinner
villa {f}  :: mansion (large, (normally) expensive, sumptuous house)
villasubsidie {f} [pejorative, politics]  :: A left nickname for the hypotheekrenteaftrek
villen {v}  :: to skin (remove the skin from)
vilt {n}  :: felt (animal hair/fibre)
viltje {noun}  :: a cardboard disc to put a glass on
viltstift {f} {m}  :: marker pen, felt-tip pen
vin {f}  :: fin
vin {f}  :: fin (aircraft component)
vinden {vt}  :: to find (after searching)
vinden {vt}  :: to find, to come across
vinden {vt} [copulative]  :: to find, to think, to feel, to be of opinion
vindiceren {v}  :: to vindicate, claim as one's own
vinding {f}  :: finding, discovery
vindingrijk {adj}  :: creative, inventive
vinger {m}  :: finger
vingeren {v}  :: to finger, to masturbate using fingers
vingerhoed {m}  :: thimble (sewing implement)
vingerhoedje {noun}  :: thimble fungus, bell morel
vingernagel {m}  :: fingernail
vingerring {m}  :: A finger ring, designed to be worn on a finger
vingerschudden {v}  :: to finger-wag
vingertop {m}  :: fingertip
vink {f} {m}  :: chaffinch (Fringilla coelebs)
vink {f} {m}  :: a Dutch dish that consists of pork and beef mince wrapped in bacon; short for slavink
vink {f} {m} [computing]  :: a checkbox (often used in its diminutive form - vinkje)
vinken {vt}  :: To finch; catch finches
vinnig {adj}  :: pungent, sharp
vinnig {adj}  :: having fins
vinoloog {m}  :: wine connoisseur
vinvis {m}  :: Any cetacean of the family Balaenopteridae
vinvis {m}  :: The fin whale, Balaenoptera physalus, in particular
violet {n}  :: violet, a purplish colour
violet {adj}  :: violet-coloured
violist {m}  :: violinist
violiste {f}  :: female violinist
viool {f} {m} [musical instruments]  :: violin, a popular musical string instrument of the soprano range
viool {f} {m}  :: any violet, an ornamental fragrant plant genus (including the pansy); in this sense the diminutive is most commonly used
vioolbouwer {m}  :: violin maker
viooltje {n} [botany]  :: The common appellation, regardless of size, for any violet, an ornamental fragrant plant genus (including the pansy)
virtueel {adj}  :: virtual
virtuoos {m}  :: virtuoso
virtuoos {adj}  :: brilliant, talented
virus {n} [microbiology]  :: virus
virus {n} [computer science]  :: virus
vis {m}  :: fish
visarend {m}  :: osprey
visbestand {n}  :: fish stock, fish population
visch {noun}  :: obsolete spelling of vis
viscositeit {f}  :: viscosity
viseren {v}  :: to aim (with a gun)
viseren {v} [figuratively]  :: to target, to direct aim at
viseren {v}  :: to issue with a visa or to grant a passport
visgraat {m}  :: fishbone
visgraat {m} [design]  :: herringbone pattern
visie {f}  :: vision
visioen {n}  :: vision
viskeus {adj}  :: viscous
vismarter {m}  :: fisher (Martes pennanti, syn. Pekania pennanti)
visotter {m}  :: European otter, Lutra lutra
vispopulatie {n}  :: fish population, fish stock
visquotum {n}  :: fishing quotum/quota
visrijk {adj}  :: Abounding in fish, full of fish, fishful
visse {f} [Southern Dutch, dialectal]  :: European polecat, Mustela putorius
vissen {v}  :: to fish, to try to catch fish
vissen {v}  :: to fish (trying to get information)
vissenrijk {n} [uncountable, taxonomy, depreciated]  :: Pisces, a now obsolete taxon containing all fish
vissenrijk {n} [countable, figurative or fiction]  :: a fish kingdom or empire
visser {m}  :: fisher, fisherman
visserij {f}  :: fishing
visserij {f}  :: fishery
vissersboot {mf}  :: fishing boat
vissersdorp {n}  :: fishing village
vissersring {mf} [Roman Catholicism]  :: piscatory ring
vissersschip {n}  :: fishing ship, large fishing boat
vissoep {f}  :: fish soup
visstand {m}  :: fish stock, fish population
vissterfte {f}  :: mass death of fish
vissterfte {f}  :: fish mortality
visstick {m}  :: fish finger, fish stick
vistuig {n}  :: fishing gear
visueel {adj}  :: visual
visum {n}  :: visa
visvijver {m}  :: A fishpond
viswijf {n} [pejorative]  :: fishwife, female fishmonger
viswijf {n} [pejorative]  :: scold
vitaal {adj}  :: vital, lively
vitaliteit {f}  :: vitality
vitamine {f} {m}  :: vitamin (organic compound essential to human health)
vitten {v}  :: to cavil
vizier {n}  :: visor, a removable protective guard on a (knight's) helmet
vizier {n}  :: back-sight, a visual aiming aid on the barrel of a gun
vizier {m}  :: A high-ranking official or minister in an Islamic government, especially in the Ottoman Empire
vla {f}  :: custard
vlaai {f}  :: A type of fruit pie traditionally made and consumed in the Limburg province of the Netherlands
vlag {c}  :: flag
vlaggenlijn {mf} [nautical]  :: halyard
vlaggenmast {m}  :: A long, upright flagpole
vlaggenschip {n} [nautical]  :: flagship
vlaggenstok {m}  :: flagpole
vlak {adj}  :: flat, plane
vlak {n} [literally]  :: A plain, a flat surface
vlak {n} [figuratively]  :: A domain, sphere, field of interest
vlak {adv}  :: straight, immediately, just
vlak {f}  :: A spot, soiled mark
vlakbij {adv}  :: near
vlakbij {prep}  :: near, close to
vlakspoeler {m}  :: toilet with a horizontal plateau
vlakte {f}  :: flatness
vlakte {f}  :: plain, expanse (of land with relatively low relief)
vlam {f}  :: flame
vlam {f} [colloquial, metonym]  :: love interest
vlamboog {m}  :: electric arc
vlammen {v}  :: to catch flames
vlammen {v}  :: to flash, speed like a flare (travel very fast)
vlammenzee {f}  :: inferno
vlammetje {noun}  :: A small, deep-fried egg roll containing spicy mince
vlas {n}  :: flax
vlaskleurig {adj}  :: colored flaxen, strawy like flax
vlaszaad {n}  :: linseed
vlecht {c}  :: braid, plait
vlechten {v}  :: to braid
vleermuis {f}  :: bat
vlees {n}  :: meat
vlees {n}  :: flesh
vlees noch vis {phrase} [Netherlands]  :: neither fish nor fowl
vleesboom {m} [now, dated, rare]  :: beam for hanging an animal carcass to be butchered
vleesboom {m} [now, uncommon]  :: uterine thyroid, uterine myoma; any myoma
vleeseter {m}  :: carnivore, meat-eating creature
vleesschaap {n}  :: mutton sheep (sheep raised for meat)
vlegel {m}  :: A flail, whipping implement; also in figurative sense
vlegel {m}  :: A flail, threshing tool (or by extension equivalent machinery)
vlegel {m} [pejorative]  :: A rogue, imp, rascal, scamp
vlegel {m}  :: alternative form of vleugel
vlegelsman {m}  :: An adult, yet knavish rogue
vleien {vt}  :: To flatter, coax, sweet-talk, praise excessively, wheedle
vleien {vi}  :: To flatter, coax, sweet-talk
vleien {vt}  :: To convince, talk over/into
vleien {vt}  :: To entice, lure, seduce
vleien {vt}  :: To fondle, pet, stroke
vleien {vt}  :: To flatter, present misleadlingly positively
vleien {v}  :: also used reflexively: zich vleien in various above transitive senses
vleien {vt}  :: To fling, throw a pebble etc. over water so as to make it bounce
vleien {vi}  :: To form a membrane
vleien {vi}  :: To be covered by one
vleier {m}  :: flatterer
vleierij {f}  :: flattery
vleinaam {m}  :: pet name, name of endearment
vlek {f} {m}  :: spot, stain, speck
vlek {n} [obsolete]  :: area, region
vlek {n}  :: hamlet
vlek {n} [obsolete]  :: town, large village
vlekkeloos {adj}  :: flawless, without errors
vlekken {vt}  :: to stain, to make stains on
vlektyfus {m} [pathology]  :: typhus
vlerk {c} {m}  :: wing {c}
vlerk {c} {m}  :: scoundrel {m}
vleugel {m}  :: wing
vleugel {m}  :: grand piano
vleugel {m}  :: building wing
vleugel {m} [political]  :: political wing
vleugel {m} [military]  :: army wing
vleugel {m} [sports]  :: wing
vleugel {m} [by extension]  :: airforce base
vleugel {m}  :: part of the nose
vleugel {m}  :: part of a helix
vleugel {m}  :: part of a clap door
vleugellam {adj}  :: Injured in the wing
vleugellam {adj}  :: Incapable of action, unable to act
vleugelpiano {f} {m}  :: grand piano
vleugelspeelster {f} [sports]  :: a female winger
vleugelspeler {m} [sports]  :: a winger
vlezig {adj}  :: fleshy
vlieden {vi}  :: To flee, leave quickly
vlieden {vi}  :: To seek refuge
vlieden {vi}  :: To retreat
vlieden {vi}  :: To depart
vlieden {vi}  :: To disappear, dissipate
vlieden {vt}  :: To avoid
vlieden {vt}  :: To abstain from
vlieden {vt}  :: To turn away from
vlieg {f}  :: a fly
vliegbasis {f}  :: military airbase
vliegdekschip {n}  :: aircraft carrier
vliegen {v}  :: to fly
vliegen {v}  :: to soar
vliegende deur {m} [nickname]  :: white-tailed eagle, sea eagle; any bird of the species Haliaeetus albicilla or the species as a whole
vliegende schotel {f}  :: flying saucer, UFO
vliegende vis {m}  :: flying fish
vliegenier {m}  :: aviator
vliegenmepper {m}  :: flyswatter, implement to manually chase or squash small insects, such as flies
vliegensvlug {adv}  :: in no time (very quickly)
vliegenvorst {prop} {m}  :: Beelzebub [literally, “fly lord”]
vliegenzwam {c}  :: amanita (any mushroom of the genus Amanita)
vliegenzwam {c}  :: fly agaric (Amanita muscaria)
vlieger {m}  :: kite
vlieger {m}  :: aviator
vlieghaven {f}  :: airport
vliegkamp {n}  :: airbase, military airport
vliegkamp {n} [dated]  :: airport [also for general purposes]
vliegkampschip {n}  :: aircraft carrier
vliegshow {m}  :: air show
vliegtuig {n}  :: aeroplane, aircraft
vliegtuigbom {f} {m}  :: aerial bomb, bomb dropped or launched from an airplane
vliegtuigongeluk {n}  :: plane crash
vliegveld {n}  :: airfield
vliegveld {n}  :: airport
vliegverbod {n}  :: ban from flying
vliegverkeer {n}  :: air traffic
vliegwiel {n}  :: flywheel
vlier {c} [plant]  :: elder, elderberry
vlies {n}  :: film, thin layer
vlies {n}  :: membrane
vlies {n}  :: fleece
vliesgevel {m} [architecture]  :: curtain wall
vliet {m}  :: body of moving water; stream, river, creek
vlieten {v}  :: to flow
vlijen {vt}  :: to lay, to place
vlijen {vr} [with _, pronoun]  :: to lie down, to sit down
vlijen {vt} [obsolete]  :: to make to size, to make (something) fit
vlijm {n} {f}  :: A scalpel (sharp small knife with single 3-5 cm long cutting surface as used for surgery)
vlijm {n} {f}  :: A fleam or lancet (sharp instrument with two-sided, 1-3 mm long cutting surface, as used to open a vein for taking blood sample)
vlijm {n} {f} [figuratively]  :: Any sharp or poignant organ, such as a tooth or snake's tongue
vlijmscherp {adj} [literally]  :: razor-sharp, said of blades and other sharpened objects
vlijmscherp {adj} [by extension]  :: painfully sharp or acute, notably said of sensorial functions
vlijmscherp {adj} [figuratively]  :: precisely, either usefully, dangerously or harmfully, cutting, biting, burning, penetrating etc., said of speech, reasoning etc
vlijt {f} {m}  :: diligence
vlijtig {adj}  :: diligent, assiduous
vlinder {m}  :: butterfly, or generally any insect belonging to the order Lepidoptera
vlinderdas {m}  :: bowtie
vlinderen {v}  :: to smooth a mould with a trowel
vlinderen {v}  :: swimming with the butterfly stroke
vlinderen {v}  :: going through life in an unserious unfocused way
vlindermachine {f}  :: trowel machine
vlindermes {n}  :: butterfly knife, fan knife
vlinderstruik {c}  :: butterfly bush
vlo {f} {m}  :: flea
vloed {m}  :: flood (high tide)
vloed {m}  :: flood, current (stream)
vloed {m} [now, uncommon]  :: flood (inundation)
vloedgolf {m} [literally]  :: A tidal wave, large and sudden rise and fall in the tide causing a massive flood of water
vloedgolf {m} [figuratively]  :: Any flood, a crushing mass, an endless sequence
vloedzwembad {n}  :: flood pool
vloeibaar {adj}  :: liquid (capable of flowing, and neither solid nor gaseous)
vloeien {v}  :: to flow
vloeistof {f}  :: A liquid, as opposed to solid - and gaseous (states of) matter
vloeistof {f}  :: A fluid (any state of matter which can flow)
vloek {m}  :: curse
vloeken {vi}  :: To curse, to damn, invoke a negative spell
vloeken {vi}  :: To blaspheme, curse, swear
vloeken {v} [figuratively]  :: To clash, go very badly with
vloer {m}  :: A floor
vloer {m} [figuratively]  :: Any ground, surface
vloer {m} [figuratively]  :: The bottom, lowest level
vloerder {m}  :: A floorer, who lays floors
vloeren {vt}  :: To deck, (throw against the) floor
vloeren {vt} [figuratively]  :: To floor, defeat totally, eliminate
vloeren {vt}  :: To (lay a) floor (in ...), cover with flooring
vloerkleed {n}  :: carpet, rug (specifically one found on the floor as opposed to hanging carpets)
vloerwerk {m}  :: A flooring
vlok {f}  :: flake
vlonder {m}  :: wooden walkway over a creek
vlonder {m}  :: wooden patio or floor
vlooien {vt}  :: To catch/remove (someone's) fleas
vlooien {v} [obsolete]  :: To flatter
vlooienmarkt {f}  :: flea market, an outdoor market for trading inexpensive antiques, curios
vloot {f} {m}  :: fleet
vlooteskader {n} [nautical]  :: navy squadron
vlootvoogd {m}  :: naval officer
vlot {adj}  :: smooth, easy
vlot {adj}  :: quick, fast
vlot {n}  :: raft
vlotten {v}  :: to go smoothly, to make progress, to glide
vlucht {c}  :: flight
vlucht {c}  :: swarm (of birds)
vlucht {c}  :: escape, flight
vluchtauto {m}  :: getaway car, getaway vehicle
vluchteling {m}  :: refugee
vluchtelinge {f}  :: female refugee
vluchten {v}  :: to flee
vluchtig {adj}  :: volatile (evaporating readily)
vluchtstrook {m}  :: hard shoulder (part of a road where drivers may move to in an emergency)
vluchtweg {m}  :: emergency exit, fire exit
vluchtweg {m}  :: (figuratively) way out
vlug {adj}  :: quick, fast
vlugschrift {n}  :: pamphlet relating to current events
vnl. {abbr}  :: voornamelijk
vnw. {abbr}  :: voornaamwoord
vocaal {m} [phonetics]  :: a vowel
vocaal {adj}  :: vocal, pertaining to the voice
vocaal {adj}  :: vocal, outspoken, prone to use one's voice
vocaal {adv}  :: vocally (in a way related to the voice)
vocatief {m} [grammar]  :: vocative case
vocativus {m} [grammar]  :: the vocative case or a word therein
vocht {n}  :: dampness, moisture
vocht {n}  :: liquid
vocht {adj} [poetic]  :: moist
vochten {vt} [obsolete]  :: synonym of bevochtigen
vochtgebied {n}  :: wetland
vochtig {adj}  :: moist
vochtig {adj}  :: humid
vochtigen {vt} [obsolete]  :: synonym of bevochtigen
vochtigheid {f}  :: moisture
vod {n}  :: rag
voddenpop {f} {m}  :: rag doll
voeden {vt}  :: To feed
voeder {n}  :: alternative form of voer
voederen {v}  :: alternative form of voeren
voeding {f}  :: food (for people)
voeding {f}  :: nutrition
voeding {f} [electricity]  :: power supply
voedingskunde {f}  :: nutritional science
voedingsleer {f} [uncountable]  :: nutritional science
voedingsleer {f} [countable]  :: nutritional doctrine or body of nutritional teachings [not necessarily scientific]
voedingsstof {c}  :: nutrient
voedsel {n}  :: nutrient
voedsel {n}  :: food
voedselarm {adj}  :: nutrient-poor
voedselketen {f}  :: food chain
voedselrijk {adj}  :: nutrient-rich
voedster {f} [dated]  :: a nursemaid
voedster {f}  :: a female rabbit; a doe
voeg {f}  :: junction, joint
voegen {vt}  :: to place, to put
voegen {vt}  :: to add
voegen {vt}  :: to grout
voegen {vt}  :: to fit, to suit
voegsel {n}  :: joiner, gap filler
voegw. {abbr}  :: voegwoord
voegwoord {n}  :: conjunction
voelen {vt}  :: to feel, to have sensation of
voelen {vr} [copulative]  :: to feel, to experience a feeling
voelspriet {m}  :: feeler, antenna
voer {n}  :: fodder, grub, animal food, (for humans) inferior food
voer {n} [obsolete]  :: bait
voer {n}  :: (wagon)load
voer {n} [obsolete]  :: a wine measure, about a barrel
voer {n} [obsolete]  :: act(ion), deed; business
voer {n} [obsolete]  :: conduct
voer {n} [obsolete]  :: attitude
voer {n} [obsolete]  :: agitation; mischief
voerbak {m}  :: Any container for animal fodder or feed: trough, manger, feeding bowl
voeren {vt}  :: to guide, lead
voeren {vt}  :: to wage (war)
voeren {vt}  :: to line (cover the inner surface)
voeren {vt}  :: to feed
voering {f}  :: lining of a garment, underlay
voerman {m}  :: driver of a horse cart
voertaal {f}  :: language of exchange, working language
voertuig {n}  :: vehicle
voet {m}  :: foot (lowest part of the legs)
voet {m} [historical]  :: Dutch foot (unit of measure)
voet {m}  :: imperial foot (unit of measure)
voet {m}  :: foot, base (lowest part of any standard, support, stand or pillar)
voet {m} [poetry]  :: foot (most basic element of a metre)
voet bij stuk houden {vi} [idiomatic]  :: to stand firm, to not give in to threats or pressure
voetafdruk {m}  :: footprint
voetangel {m}  :: caltrop
voetbal {n}  :: football, soccer
voetbal {m}  :: football (the ball itself)
voetballen {v}  :: To play soccer/football
voetballer {m}  :: footballer (soccer player)
voetbalster {f}  :: female footballer (soccer player)
voetboog {m}  :: arbalest
voetenwerk {n}  :: Someone's footwork; notably the lower limb 'dexterity' of a football (l.s.) player
voetganger {m}  :: pedestrian (somebody on foot, without a vehicle or mount)
voetknecht {m}  :: footman, infanterist
voetkus {m}  :: footkiss; reverential kiss on foot or footwear
voetkussen {n}  :: a cushion to rest the feet on
voetman {m}  :: footman, infanterist
voetpad {n}  :: footpath, especially a paved sidewalk
voetslet {f} [obsolete]  :: flunky, doormat
voetsoldaat {m}  :: A foot soldier, infantryman
voetspoor {n}  :: trail of footprints, footsteps
voetstap {m}  :: footstep
voetstuk {n}  :: pedestal
voetstuk {n}  :: leg of a piece of furniture
voetveeg {m} [uncommon]  :: doormat, mat
voetveeg {m} [by extension]  :: flunky, doormat, minion
voetveeg {m}  :: leg sweep (kick or tackle where the leg sweeps over the ground)
voetvolk {n}  :: The infantry, the non-mounted troops
vof {n}  :: a specific type of company in Belgium and the Netherlands, a general partnership
vogel {m}  :: A bird, feathered animal
vogel {m}  :: A gaai, a feathered target in archery or shooting
vogel {m} [figuratively, , slang]  :: A dude, cat
vogelaar {m}  :: someone who catches birds for a living
vogelaar {m}  :: birdwatcher
vogelachtig {adj}  :: birdlike
vogelbekdier {n}  :: platypus
vogeldrager {m}  :: A mason's assistant, typically fetching building materials etc
vogelgriep {f}  :: bird flu
vogelhuis {n}  :: birdhouse
vogelnest {n}  :: bird's nest
vogelnestje {noun} [botany]  :: A plant from the Orchidaceae family, the Neottia nidus-avis
vogelnestje {noun} [cooking]  :: A type of Scotch egg
vogelpest {f}  :: bird flu
vogelpik {m}  :: darts
vogelpik {m}  :: dartboard
vogelspin {m} [zoology]  :: The spider species (true) tarantula
vogeltjesmarkt {f} {m}  :: bird market, a place for selling and buying poultry
vogelverschrikker {m}  :: scarecrow
vogelvrij {adj}  :: outlawed (declared outside of the law and unprotected by the law)
vogelvrij {adj}  :: free as a bird (completely free)
vol {adj}  :: full, replete
-vol {suffix}  :: -ful, possessing
volbloed {adj} [of horses and other animals]  :: thoroughbred, purebred
volbloed {adj} [of humans]  :: racially pure
volbloed {adj}  :: pedigreed
volbloed {adj} [figuratively]  :: fierce, dedicated to passionate
volbloed {m}  :: Thoroughbred, a horse of prime stock
volbloed {m} [by extension]  :: any purebred and/or pedigreed animal or member of a human ethnic group
volbrengen {v}  :: to accomplish
volcontinu {adv}  :: twenty-four seven (work schedule of an organisation or group within one)
voldaan {adj}  :: satisfied
voldoen {v}  :: to satisfy, to meet
voldoen {v}  :: to suffice
voldoen {v}  :: to fill up, to make full
voldoende {determiner}  :: sufficient
voldoening {f}  :: satisfaction
voleindigen {v}  :: to complete, to finish
volgeling {m}  :: follower
volgen {vt}  :: to follow
volgen {vt}  :: to understand, to pay attention to
volgend {adj}  :: following, next, subsequent
volgens {prep}  :: according to
volgens mij {adv}  :: I think, I reckon, I suspect
volgorde {f}  :: order, ordering, sequence
volgroeid {adj}  :: full-grown, adult
volgzaam {adj}  :: obedient, docile
volharden {v}  :: to hold on to, persevere
volharding {f}  :: persistence, perseverance
volhouden {v}  :: to continue, persevere
volk {n}  :: people, nation, tribe
volk {n}  :: folk, the common people, the lower classes, the working classes
volk {n} [colloquial, uncountable]  :: people (many individuals)
volkenrecht {n} [legal]  :: international law
volkerenmoord {f}  :: genocide
volkomen {adj}  :: complete, total
volkomen {adv}  :: completely
volks {adj}  :: popular, relating to the common people
volksbuurt {c}  :: working-class neighborhood
volksfeest {n}  :: festival
volksgezondheid {f}  :: public health
volksgezondheid {f}  :: (often capitalized) department of health
volkslied {n}  :: national anthem
volksmenner {m}  :: demagogue
volksmennerij {f}  :: demagoguery
volksmond {m}  :: popular language, vernacular
volksopstand {m}  :: popular uprising
volksraad {m}  :: people's council
volksrepubliek {f}  :: people's republic
volksstam {m}  :: tribe, clan
volkstaal {f}  :: vernacular (vernacular language)
volksuniversiteit {f} [Netherlands]  :: institution offering stand-alone courses to a wide audience without requirements of prior study
volksverhaal {n}  :: folktale
volksvertegenwoordiger {c}  :: representative of the people, somebody who has been elected to serve in an assembly
volksvertegenwoordiging {f}  :: a representative body, assembly, house in which representatives assemble
volle neef {m}  :: (male) first cousin
volle zee {f}  :: open sea
volledig {adj}  :: complete
volledig {adv}  :: completely
volledigheid {f}  :: completeness
vollopen {v}  :: to fill up
volmaakt {adj}  :: perfect
volmaaktheid {f}  :: Perfection (being perfect)
volmacht {f}  :: power of attorney
volmaken {v}  :: to fill, to make full
volmaken {v}  :: to complete
volmaken {v}  :: to perfect
volmondig {adj}  :: frank
volmondig {adv}  :: frankly
volmondig {adv}  :: whole-heartedly, unconditionally
volop {adv}  :: abundant, plentiful, in abundance
volop {adv}  :: thoroughly, strongly, very much
volproppen {v}  :: to stuff full, to pack full
volschieten {vi}  :: to be overcome with emotion
volschieten {vt} [literal]  :: to shoot full
volschieten {vi}  :: to become full
volslagen {adj}  :: complete, total, utter
volslank {adj}  :: slender and curvaceous
volslank {adj} [by extension, ironic, play on words]  :: well-rounded, well-fed, as euphemism for chubby or fat
volstaan {v}  :: to suffice
volstrekt {adj}  :: absolute, complete
volstrekt {adv}  :: absolutely, positively, completely
volt {m}  :: volt (unit)
voltallig {adj}  :: fully attended, plenary
voltige {f}  :: equestrian vaulting
voltijds {adj}  :: full-time
voltmeter {m}  :: voltmeter
voltooibaar {adj}  :: completable
voltooid {adj}  :: completed
voltooid {adj} [grammar]  :: perfect
voltooid deelwoord {n} [grammar]  :: perfect participle, commonly also past participle
voltooid tegenwoordige tijd {m} [grammar]  :: present perfect tense
voltooid tegenwoordige toekomende tijd {m} [grammar]  :: present future perfect tense
voltooid toekomende tijd {m} [grammar]  :: future perfect tense
voltooid verleden tijd {m} [grammar]  :: past perfect tense
voltooid verleden toekomende tijd {m} [grammar]  :: past future perfect tense (which does not exist in English) (it can be called "conditional perfect" tense)
voltooien {v}  :: to complete (to finish)
voltooiing {f}  :: accomplishment, completion
voltrekken {v}  :: to execute, carry out
voltrekken {vr}  :: to happen, to take place
volume {n}  :: volume
volumelading {f} [physics]  :: volume charge
volumelading {f} [transport]  :: bulky, light cargo; cargo which is paid by volume, not by weight
volumeladingsdichtheid {f} [physics]  :: volume charge density
volumestroom {c} [physics]  :: volume current
volumestroomdichtheid {f} [physics]  :: volume current density
volwaardig {adj}  :: full-fledged
volwassen {adj}  :: adult, full-grown
volwassene {noun}  :: an adult, a full-grown human or animal
volwassenheid {f}  :: adulthood
volzet {adv} [Belgium]  :: full (only in some definitions, like a parking)
vondeling {m}  :: foundling, an abandoned and/or orphaned but timely found and raised child
vondst {f}  :: find
vonk {m}  :: spark (a small particle of glowing matter, either molten material or from fire)
vonk {m}  :: spark (a short or small burst of electrical discharge)
vonk {m} [Brabantian]  :: heavy blow/kick
vonkelwijn {m}  :: South African sparkling wine
vonken {v}  :: to spark (to give off sparks)
vonnis {n} [legal]  :: sentence (decision of a jury)
voogd {m}  :: guardian (law: person legally responsible for a minor in loco parentis)
voogdes {f}  :: female guardian
voogdij {f} [legal]  :: guardianship under which the ward is a minor
voor {prep}  :: for
voor {prep}  :: before
voor {prep}  :: in front of
voor {n}  :: pro, advantage, upside, positive
voor {f}  :: furrow
voor- {prefix}  :: denotes primarily that something is before or in front of another thing or higher in a hierarchy
voor Piet Snot {adv}  :: in vain
voor de boeg hebben {v} [idiomatic]  :: to experience (hardship), to have (an ordeal)
voor de gek houden {v} [idiomatic]  :: to fool, deceive
voor de hand liggen {v} [idiomatic]  :: to be obvious, apparent, likely
voor de pinnen halen {v}  :: to delve up (as out of a stash)
voor een groot deel {adv}  :: to a great extent, greatly
voor elk wat wils {pron}  :: something for everyone (such that each person has something to suit their tastes/needs)
voor joker staan {v} [idiomatic]  :: to be humiliated, to be put in an awkward position
voor lief nemen {v} [idiomatic]  :: to accept, put up with, tolerate
voor paal staan {v} [idiomatic]  :: to be humiliated, to be put in an awkward position
voor spek en bonen {prep} [mainly, sports and games]  :: not for real, not competitively (indicating a noncompetitive participant)
voor spek en bonen {prep} [by extension]  :: useless, to no avail, ineffective; without doing anything substantial, relevant or worthwhile
voor zich spreken {v}  :: to go without saying
voor zo ver ik weet {adv}  :: as far as I know, to the best of my knowledge
voor zover bekend {adv}  :: as far as (it) is known
vooraanstaand {adj}  :: prominent
vooraanzicht {n}  :: front view
vooraf {adv}  :: beforehand
voorafgaan {v}  :: to precede
vooral {adv}  :: especially
vooralsnog {adv}  :: for the moment
voorarrest {n}  :: detention (period of custody before a trial)
vooravond {m}  :: early evening
vooravond {m}  :: eve (evening before)
voorbaat {f} [obsolete]  :: profit, advance
voorbarig {adj}  :: premature
voorbeeld {n}  :: example
voorbeeldig {adj}  :: exemplary:
voorbeeldig {adj} [literally]  :: which is/can be set as an example worth following
voorbeeldig {adj}  :: excellent, to the highest standard
voorbeeldig {adj}  :: textbook -, perfectly executed etc
voorbehoedsmiddel {n}  :: contraceptive
voorbehouden {v}  :: to reserve
voorbereiden {v}  :: to prepare
voorbereidend {adj}  :: preparatory
voorbereidend wetenschappelijk onderwijs {n}  :: A type of secondary education of the Netherlands (lit.: preparing scientific education)
voorbereiding {f}  :: preparation
voorbeschikking {f} [theology]  :: predestination
voorbestemdheid {f}  :: predestination
voorbeurs {adj}  :: before the opening of the stock exchange
voorbij {adv}  :: past; just beyond
voorbij {adv} [postpositional]  :: past (implying motion)
voorbij {adv}  :: over (finished)
voorbij {prep}  :: past, beyond
voorbije {n}  :: a time gone by; the past
voorbijgaan {v}  :: to pass, to go by (in space or time)
voorbijganger {m}  :: passer-by
voorbijgekabbeld {adj}  :: To have passed without trouble
voorbijkomen {vi}  :: to pass, to come to pass, to end
voorbijkomen {vi}  :: to drop by
voorbips {f}  :: [often, euphemistic or childish] vulva
voorbode {m} [literally]  :: foreboder, person who foretells something impending
voorbode {m} [figuratively]  :: indication, telling sign, auspicious or ominous
voord {m}  :: ford
voordat {conj} [subordinating]  :: before
voorde {f}  :: alternative form of voord
voordeel {n}  :: advantage
voordek {n} [nautical]  :: foredeck, forward deck
voordelig {adj}  :: advantageous
voordelig {adj}  :: cheap
voordeur {f}  :: front door
voordien {adv}  :: before this
voordoen {v}  :: to demonstrate
voordoen {v}  :: to occur (zich voordoen)
voordoen {v}  :: to pose as (zich voordoen als)
voordracht {f}  :: speech
voordracht {f}  :: presentation
voordragen {v}  :: to propose
voordragen {v}  :: to present, to recite
voordringen {v}  :: to jump the queue
vooreergisteren {adv} [dated]  :: day before the day before yesterday
voorgaan {v}  :: to lead, precede
voorgaand {adj}  :: preceding
voorganger {m}  :: predecessor
voorganger {m} [religion]  :: pastor
voorgangster {f}  :: female predecessor
voorgangster {f} [religion]  :: female pastor
voorgebergte {n}  :: cape, promontory [in particular a mountainous one]
voorgebergte {n} [less commonly]  :: region of foothills or lower mountains near a mountain range
voorgerecht {n}  :: starter: first course of a meal
voorgeschiedenis {f}  :: prehistory
voorgevel {m}  :: front of a building, façade
voorgevel {m}  :: human face; or in particular the nose or mouth
voorgeven {v}  :: to feign, to pretend
voorgevoel {n}  :: presentiment, premonition
voorgoed {adv}  :: for good
voorgrond {m}  :: foreground
voorhamer {m}  :: sledgehammer
voorhang {m}  :: a curtain decorated with religious figures found commonly in temples, tabernacles or churches
voorhang {m}  :: a parliamentary authority in the Netherlands' parliamentary system (See Wikipedia article)
voorhangen {v}  :: to hang in front in order to cover what's behind (such as a priest's robe)
voorhanger {m}  :: a pair of detachable sunglasses that can be bridged onto the primary spectacles
voorhangsel {n}  :: a curtain decorated with religious figures found commonly in temples, tabernacles or churches
voorhebben {v}  :: intend
voorhebben {v}  :: carry
voorhebben {v}  :: wear
voorheen {adv}  :: formerly, used to
voorhistorisch {adj}  :: prehistoric
voorhoede {f}  :: A vanguard
voorhoede {f}  :: A leading edge (vanguard)
voorhoofd {n}  :: forehead (part of face above eyebrows)
voorhuid {f}  :: foreskin
voorijlig {adj}  :: premature
voorinschrijving {f}  :: pre-registration
voorjaar {n}  :: spring (season)
voorkant {m}  :: front
voorkasteel {n}  :: forecastle
voorkeur {f}  :: preference
voorkomen {v}  :: to exist, to occur
voorkomen {v}  :: to happen
voorkomen {v} [copulative]  :: To appear
voorkomen {v}  :: To get ahead; to draw ahead
voorkomen {n}  :: appearance, look
voorkomen {v}  :: To prevent; to avert
voorkomst {f}  :: appearance
voorkomst {f} [rare]  :: attestation
voorkoop {m}  :: preemption (option to buy before others)
voorlaatst {adj}  :: penultimate, next-to-last
voorleggen {v}  :: to submit; to produce
voorleser {m}  :: obsolete spelling of voorlezer
voorletter {f} {m}  :: initial, first letter, notably in an abbreviated full name
voorletter {f} {m}  :: first initial
voorletter {f} {m}  :: middle initial
voorlezen {v}  :: to read aloud
voorlichten {vti}  :: to raise awareness, to educate, to inform
voorlichten {vti} [dated, now, uncommon]  :: to guide with light, to shine light in front of
voorlichter {m}  :: informer, educator, counseller (one who raises awareness)
voorlichting {f}  :: explanation, clarification, clearing up
voorliefde {f}  :: preference, in particular a relatively intense or strong one; predilection
voorloper {m}  :: precursor, ancestor
voorlopig {adj}  :: provisional, temporary
voorlopig {adj}  :: current
voorlopig {adv}  :: for now, for the moment, for the time being
voormalig {adj}  :: former
voorman {m}  :: supervisor, foreman, ganger
voorman {m}  :: leader
voorman {m}  :: boss, head of a company
voormiddag {m} [Belgium]  :: late morning, part of the day before noon (before the 12th hour of the day)
voormiddag {m} [The Netherlands]  :: midday, early afternoon (around the 12th to the 14th hour in the afternoon)
voornaam {m}  :: first name
voornaam {adj}  :: important, distinguished
voornaamwoord {n}  :: pronoun
voornaamwoordelijk bijwoord {n}  :: pronominal adverb
voornamelijk {adv}  :: mainly, mostly; predominantly
voornemen {n}  :: intention, resolve, resolution
vooronderstelling {f}  :: alternative form of veronderstelling
vooroordeel {n}  :: preconception, prejudice
voorop {adv}  :: at the front, first, foremost
voorouder {m}  :: ancestor
voorover {adv}  :: headlong
voorpoot {m}  :: foreleg [of an animal or of furniture]
voorpret {f}  :: joy or pleasure ahead and in anticipation of the actual fun event
voorprogramma {n}  :: support act
voorraad {m}  :: stock (inventory), provision
voorraad {m} [obsolete]  :: premeditation, counsel beforehand
voorrang {m}  :: priority, precedence
voorrang {m}  :: right-of-way
voorrecht {n}  :: privilege
voorronde {f} {m}  :: qualifying round
voorruit {m}  :: windscreen, windshield
voorschieten {v}  :: to advance (money), to pay in advance
voorschrift {n}  :: prescription, regulation
voorschrijven {v}  :: To prescribe
voorsorteervak {n}  :: filter lane
voorsorteren {v}  :: to presort (mail)
voorsorteren {v}  :: to get into the proper filter lane at an intersection
voorspel {n} [theatre]  :: prefatory play
voorspel {n} [music]  :: prelude
voorspel {n} [sex]  :: foreplay
voorspelbaar {adj}  :: predictable
voorspelbaarheid {f}  :: predictability
voorspellen {v}  :: to predict, foresee, foretell, forespell
voorspelling {f}  :: forecast
voorspelling {f}  :: prophecy
voorspoed {m}  :: prosperity
voorspoedig {adj}  :: successful
voorspook {n}  :: portent
voorsprong {m}  :: lead (e.g., in the polls)
voorsprong {m}  :: head start
voorstaan {v}  :: to uphold, maintain
voorstaan {v} [sports]  :: to defend (a score)
voorstad {mf} [literally]  :: A suburb:
voorstad {mf}  :: suburban municipality, adjacent and subordinate to a (major) city
voorstad {mf}  :: (originally) a quarter outside the city walls
voorstad {mf}  :: a suburban quarter
voorstad {mf} [figuratively]  :: A nearby hinterland
voorstander {m}  :: advocate (person who speaks in support of something)
voorstanderklier {f} {m}  :: prostate
voorstel {n}  :: proposal
voorstellen {vt}  :: to present, to put forth, to introduce
voorstellen {vt}  :: to propose, to suggest
voorstellen {vr}  :: to imagine
voorstellen {vt}  :: to amount to, to matter, to be important
voorstellen {vi}  :: to represent, to depict
voorstelling {f}  :: show, performance
voorstelling {f}  :: presentation
voorsteven {m}  :: prow, bow
voort {adv}  :: forth, forwards
voort {m}  :: archaic spelling of voord
voort- {prefix}  :: forth-, indicating a continuing action
voortaan {adv}  :: henceforth
voortbestaan {n}  :: continued existence
voortborduren {v}  :: to embroider further
voortborduren {v}  :: to build further, to elaborate (on)
voortbrengen {v}  :: to engender
voortbrengen {v}  :: to produce
voortbrengsel {n}  :: the product (of something)
voortbrengsel {n}  :: the offspring (of someone)
voortbrengsel {n}  :: the return or benefit (of something)
voortdrijven {v}  :: to propel, to impel, to drive forward
voortdrijven {v}  :: to urge, to spur on
voortduren {v}  :: to continue, to persist
voortdurend {adj}  :: continuous, incessant
voortdurend {adv}  :: continuously, incessantly, all the time
voorteken {n}  :: portent
voortgaan {v}  :: to go forth, to progress
voortgaan {v}  :: to continue
voortgang {m}  :: progress
voortgezet {adj}  :: continued
voortgezet onderwijs {n}  :: secondary education
voortijdig {adj}  :: untimely, premature
voortijds {adv} [archaic]  :: before, earlier
voortijds {adv} [archaic]  :: ahead of time, too early
voortkomen {v}  :: to originate (from)
voortkomen {v} [archaic]  :: to come forth
voortplanten {vr}  :: to procreate, to reproduce
voortplanten {vr}  :: to propagate
voortplanting {f}  :: procreation, reproduction
voortreffelijk {adj}  :: excellent, outstanding
voortreffelijkheid {f}  :: excellence
voortrekken {v}  :: to favour
voorts {adv} [archaic]  :: furthermore, besides
voortschrijden {v}  :: to march forward
voortslepen {vt}  :: to tow or drag forth
voortslepen {vi}  :: to drag on, to keep on reoccurring
voorttrekken {v}  :: to drag, tote, tow forward/onward
voortvaren {v} [archaic]  :: to go through, to go ahead, to hold course
voortvarend {adj}  :: vigorous, strong, energetic
voortvloeien {v}  :: to outflow, to flow
voortvloeien {v}  :: to result
voortvluchtig {adj}  :: on the run, fugitive, at large
voortvluchtige {mf}  :: fugitive
voortzetten {v}  :: to continue
voortzetting {f}  :: continuation
vooruit {adv}  :: ahead, onward
vooruit {interj}  :: come on, go on (used to drive someone forward)
vooruit {interj}  :: fine, oh allright then (said when grudgingly accepting a suggestion for a certain action)
vooruit- {prefix}  :: forwards
vooruitblik {m}  :: outlook into future events
vooruitblikken {v}  :: to look ahead, preview, focus on possible future events
vooruitgang {m}  :: progress
vooruitkijken {vi}  :: to look ahead, prospect
vooruitkijken {v} [transitive, with "naar"]  :: to look ahead to
vooruitspoelen {v}  :: to fast forward
vooruitzicht {n}  :: outlook, expectation
voorvader {m}  :: progenitor
voorvaderlijk {adj}  :: ancestral, relating to forefather(s)
voorval {n}  :: incident, event
voorvechter {m}  :: champion (defender of a cause)
voorvechtster {m}  :: (female) champion (defender of a cause)
voorvocht {n}  :: pre-ejaculate, Cowper's fluid
voorvoegsel {n} [grammar]  :: prefix
voorwaar {adv} [archaic]  :: indeed, truly, verily, forsooth
voorwaarde {f}  :: condition, requirement
voorwaardelijk {adj}  :: conditional
voorwaardelijke wijs {f} [grammar]  :: conditional mood
voorwaarts {adj}  :: forward
voorwaarts {adv}  :: forwards
voorwas {c}  :: prewash
voorwenden {v}  :: to feign, to pretend
voorwendsel {n}  :: pretense, excuse
voorwerp {n}  :: object
voorwerp {n} [grammar]  :: object (of a sentence)
voorwoord {n}  :: foreword
voorz. {abbr}  :: voorzetsel
voorzeggen {v}  :: to say in advance/beforehand; to herald
voorzeggen {v} [by extension]  :: to predict, foretell
voorzeggen {v}  :: to say in order to have someone repeat (contrast nazeggen)
voorzeggen {v}  :: to spoil; to ruin (a challenge, secret, story or similar) by giving the answer, solution or outcome prematurely
voorzet {m} [sports]  :: a pass
voorzetsel {n} [part of speech]  :: preposition
voorzetselbijwoord {n}  :: A word with the form of a preposition but the function of an adverb. For example, in a separable verb, the prepositional part functions as an adverb
voorzetten {v}  :: to place in front
voorzetten {v} [sports]  :: to assist
voorzetten {v} [football]  :: to cross the ball
voorzicht {n} [archaic]  :: foresight
voorzichtig {adj}  :: careful. Literally looking to the future
voorzichtigheid {f}  :: caution (careful attention, prudence)
voorzichtigheid {f}  :: foresight
voorzien {vt}  :: to provide, to supply (optionally [+ van (object) = with])
voorzien {vt}  :: to facilitate
voorzien {vt}  :: to foresee, to predict
voorzienig {adj}  :: provident (capable of foresight, of foreseeing the future)
voorzienig {adj} [figurative]  :: provident, presaging (farsighted, taking the future in consideration)
voorziening {f}  :: provision, supply
voorziening {f}  :: facility, amenity
voorzijn {vt}  :: to precede, to get to a place before (someone else)
voorzitster {f}  :: chairwoman
voorzitten {vti}  :: to preside, to lead a gathering
voorzitter {m}  :: chairman
voorzitterschap {n}  :: leadership, chairmanship
voorzitting {f}  :: the act of presiding over a meeting
voorzitting {f} [uncommon]  :: front seat of a vehicle
voorzorg {f} {m}  :: precaution
voorzorgsbeginsel {n}  :: precaution principle
voos {adj}  :: weak, feeble, unsteady
voos {adj}  :: numb, insensitive, insensible (without (sense of) physical feeling)
voos {adj}  :: weak, soft, spongy, porous
voos {adj}  :: lethargic, unenergetic
voos {adj}  :: immoral, rotten, corrupt, evil
voos {adj}  :: bland, tasteless, insipid
vorderen {vi}  :: to advance, to progress, to bring forward
vorderen {vt}  :: to demand, to claim
vordering {f}  :: demand, claim
vordering {f}  :: progress, advance
vordering {f}  :: accounts receivable
vorderingen maken {v}  :: to make progress
voren {adv}  :: an alternative form of voor; always found with a preposition in set phrases; in advance, to the front
vorig {adj}  :: previous
vork {f}  :: fork (pronged tool)
vork {f}  :: intersection, split
vork {f}  :: fork of a two-wheeled vehicle
vorm {m}  :: form, shape
vormeloos {adj}  :: amorphous, shapeless
vormen {v}  :: to form, mold
vormen {v}  :: to make up, constitute
vormen {v} [Christianity]  :: to confirm an already baptised Christian
vormenleer {f} [philosophy]  :: Plato's theory of the world of ideas
vormenleer {f}  :: alternative form of vormleer
vormgeving {f}  :: design
-vormig {suffix}  :: -shaped, -like
vorming {f}  :: formation
vorming {f}  :: education
vormleer {f} [linguistics]  :: morphology (study or exposition of morphemes)
vormleer {f} [mathematics, archaic]  :: elementary geometry (education in elementary geometrical shapes)
vormleer {f} [geography]  :: morphology (study of landforms)
vormleer {f} [biology]  :: morphology (study of the forms of organisms)
vormloos {adj}  :: formless, shapeless
vormsel {n} [Christianity]  :: confirmation
vors {m} [archaic]  :: frog
vorscr. {adj} [obsolete]  :: initialism of voorgeschreven
vorsen {v}  :: To examine, look into
vorsen {v}  :: To research scientifically
vorst {m}  :: frost, freeze, frosty weather
vorst {m}  :: generic term for prince, monarch, ruler
vorst {m}  :: prince, rendering of tradition-specific title of certain ranks (all below King)
vorst {m}  :: wood(land), forest
vorstbisdom {n}  :: prince-bishopric; the bishopric of a prince bishop
vorst-bisschop {m}  :: prince-bishop
vorst.d. {abbr}  :: vorstendom
vorstendom {n}  :: principality, princedom (a region or sovereign nation headed by a prince or princess)
vorstin {f}  :: a princess, the daughter of a king, elector (in the Holy Roman Empire), emperor, or the wife or daughter of certain princes
vorstin {f}  :: a princess, the female reigning monarch of a principality
vorstin {f} [generic]  :: a female potentate, such as certain especially mediaeval duchesses
vos {m}  :: fox
vos {m}  :: red fox specifically
vos {m}  :: fox fur
vos {m}  :: a crafty, ingenious person
vos {m}  :: horse with red or red-brown fur
vosch {m}  :: obsolete spelling of vos
voshaai {m}  :: common thresher, Alopias vulpinus
voshaai {m}  :: any shark of the family Alopiidae
voskleurig {adj}  :: bayard, foxy, reddish brown; notably said of horses and all hair
vosrekel {m}  :: the male of the fox
vossen {v} [Belgium, slang]  :: to fuck
vossin {f}  :: vixen, female fox
vot {f} [archaic, Southern Dutch]  :: butt, buttocks, posterior
votief {adj}  :: votive
-voud {suffix}  :: -fold
-voudig {suffix}  :: -fold
vousvoyeren {v}  :: to address someone with the formal second person pronoun u
vouw {c}  :: fold, crease
vouwen {v}  :: To fold
vouwen {v} [slang, law]  :: To arrest
vouwfiets {f} [chiefly Netherlands]  :: folding bicycle
vouwstoel {m}  :: folding chair
voyeur {m}  :: voyeur
vraach {f}  :: obsolete spelling of vraag
vraag {f} [countable]  :: question, query
vraag {f} [countable]  :: question, issue, problem
vraag {f} [countable]  :: interrogative, question (sentence form formulating a query)
vraag {f} [uncountable, economics]  :: demand
vraagal {m}  :: a nosy person who persists in asking questions
vraagcurve {f}  :: demand curve
vraaggesprek {n}  :: Media interview
vraagh {f}  :: obsolete spelling of vraag
vraaghe {f}  :: obsolete form of vraag
vraagprijs {m}  :: asking price
vraagstuk {n}  :: question, issue, problem
vraagteken {n}  :: a question mark (?)
vraagtekort {n} [economics]  :: demand deficit
vraat {m}  :: a glutton
vraatzucht {f} {m}  :: greediness, gluttony, voraciousness
vraatzuchtig {adj}  :: voracious, gluttonous
vracht {f}  :: freight
vracht {f}  :: a large amount, a mass
vrachtauto {m}  :: truck (US), lorry (UK) (a cargo truck, not a passenger truck (bus))
vrachtkonvooi {n}  :: convoy of loaded vehicles, such as trucks or carts
vrachtschip {n}  :: cargo ship
vrachtvliegtuig {n}  :: cargo plane, cargo aircraft
vrachtwagen {m}  :: truck, lorry
vraech {f}  :: obsolete spelling of vraag
vraeg {f}  :: obsolete spelling of vraag
vraege {f}  :: obsolete form of vraag
vraegh {f}  :: obsolete spelling of vraag
vraeghe {f}  :: obsolete form of vraag
vrage {f}  :: obsolete form of vraag
vragelijk {adj}  :: questionable; dubious
vragen {vt}  :: to ask a question
vragen {vt}  :: to demand, exact
vragen {vt}  :: to require, need
vragenlijst {f}  :: questionnaire
vraghe {f}  :: obsolete form of vraag
vrede {f}  :: peace
vrede {f}  :: peace treaty
vreden {vt} [obsolete]  :: synonym of bevredigen
vredesmacht {f}  :: peacekeeping force
vredesverdrag {n}  :: peace treaty
vredigen {vt} [obsolete]  :: synonym of bevredigen
vree {f} [archaic]  :: alternative form of vrede; peace
vreedzaam {adj}  :: peaceful
vreemd {adj}  :: strange, weird, odd
vreemd {adj}  :: foreign, exotic
vreemde {noun}  :: stranger
vreemde eend in de bijt {f} [idiomatic]  :: odd one out; someone or something that is strange, out of the ordinary, or different from the others
vreemde taal {f}  :: foreign language
vreemdeling {m}  :: stranger
vreemdeling {m}  :: foreigner
vreemdelingenbeleid {n}  :: immigration policy
vreemden {vt} [obsolete]  :: to estrange, to alienate
vreemdgaan {v}  :: to wander (commit adultery)
vrees {f}  :: fear, apprehension, angst
vreesaanjagend {adj}  :: frightening
vreesachtig {adj}  :: apprehensive, timid, fearful
vreetmolen {m} [colloquial]  :: mouth
vrek {m}  :: scrooge, miser
vreselijk {adj}  :: terrible
vreselijk {adv}  :: terribly
vreten {vt}  :: to eat savagely, stuff
vreten {n} [slang]  :: food
vreugd {f}  :: alternative form of vreugde
vreugde {f}  :: joy
vreugdedans {m}  :: dance of joy, a celebratory, often improvised choreography
vreugdeloos {adj}  :: sad, bleak
vreugdevuur {n}  :: Bonfire
vrezen {v}  :: to fear
vriend {m}  :: (male) friend
vriend {m}  :: boyfriend
vriendelijk {adj}  :: friendly, kind
vriendelijk {adv}  :: friendly, kindly
vriendelijkheid {f}  :: friendliness, kindliness
vriendin {f}  :: (female) friend
vriendin {f}  :: girlfriend (romantic)
vriendjespolitiek {f}  :: nepotism, cronyism
vriendschap {f}  :: friendship
vrieskou {f}  :: freezing cold
vriespunt {n}  :: freezing point
vriesvak {n}  :: a freezer compartment within a refrigerator rather than as a separate unit
vriezen {vi}  :: to freeze
vriezer {m}  :: freezer
vrij {adj}  :: free; not imprisoned or enslaved
vrij {adj}  :: free; unconstrained
vrij {adj}  :: free; unobstructed, without blockages
vrij {adj}  :: free; without obligations
vrij {adv}  :: fairly, rather, quite, very
-vrij {suffix}  :: free from; without
vrijaf {adj}  :: off free (from commitments such as work or school)
vrijaf {n}  :: time off, day off (e.g. work)
vrijbrief {m}  :: A written permit; originally, a historical license granted by a state to a freebooter to pirate non-allied states' ship
vrijbrief {m} [figuratively]  :: A free hand
vrijbuiter {m}  :: freebooter
vrijdag {m}  :: Friday
vrijdenker {m}  :: freethinker, someone critical of organised religion
vrijdom {m}  :: freedom
vrijdom {m}  :: release from duty
vrije meningsuiting {f}  :: freedom of expression
vrije software {f} [computing]  :: free software (software that can be freely distributed, studied and modified)
vrijemarktkapitalisme {n}  :: free market capitalism
vrijen {vi}  :: to make love, to have sex
vrijen {vi}  :: to make out, to cuddle, to hug and kiss
vrijen {vi}  :: to have a relationship, to be a couple, to go out with someone
vrijer {m}  :: lover, friend
vrijgeleide {n} [diplomacy]  :: safe-conduct
vrijgeleide {n} [idiom]  :: free hand, free rein
vrijgesteld {adj}  :: exempt
vrijgeven {v}  :: to release, to open
vrijgeven {v}  :: to declassify, to make public
vrijgevig {adj}  :: generous
vrijgevigheid {f}  :: generosity
vrijgezel {m}  :: A bachelor, unmarried (adult or adolescent) male
vrijgezel {adj} [uncommon]  :: unmarried, single
vrijgrs. {abbr}  :: vrijgraafschap
vrijhandel {m}  :: free trade
vrijhaven {f}  :: free port, free zone
vrijhaven {f} [figurative]  :: haven, refuge
vrijheid {f}  :: freedom
vrijheid van het woord {f}  :: freedom of speech (literally: "freedom of the word")
vrijheid van meningsuiting {f}  :: freedom of speech, freedom of expression
vrijheidsstrijder {m}  :: freedom fighter
vrijkorps {n}  :: paramilitary group
vrijkorps {n}  :: militia
vrijlaten {v}  :: to release
vrijmaken {v}  :: to set free
vrijmarkt {f} {m}  :: a type of garage sale occurring throughout the Netherlands during Koninginnedag; can be translated as "free market"
vrijmetselaar {m}  :: Freemason
vrijmetselarij {f}  :: Freemasonry
vrijmoedigheid {f}  :: frankness, free willingness
vrijpleiten {v}  :: to exonerate, free from guilt through pleading
vrijspraak {m} [chiefly legal]  :: release (of a suspect), acquittal
vrijspreken {v}  :: to absolve, acquit
vrijstaand {adj}  :: free-standing
vrijstaat {m}  :: free state
vrijster {f}  :: female lover, female friend
vrijwel {adv}  :: almost
vrijwillig {adj}  :: voluntary, of one's own free will
vrijwilliger {m}  :: volunteer
vrijwilliger {m}  :: voluntary (para)military recruit
vrijwilligerstoerisme {n}  :: voluntourism
vrijzinnig {adj} [politics, religion, culture]  :: liberal
vrijzinnig {adj} [religion, Belgium]  :: irreligious, freethinking
vrind {m} [nonstandard or dialectal, often, humorous]  :: alternative form of vriend
vroed {adj} [archaic]  :: wise, knowing
vroeden {vt} [obsolete]  :: to understand, to comprehend
vroeden {vi} [obsolete]  :: to become wise, understanding
vroedmeester {m} [archaic]  :: obstetrician
vroedschap {m}  :: town council
vroedvrouw {f}  :: midwife (woman who assists women in childbirth)
vroeg {adj}  :: early
vroegboekkorting {f}  :: a price reduction for making an early reservation or commitment; an early bird discount
vroeger {adj}  :: Having to do with or occurring in the past
vroeger {adv}  :: earlier
vroeger {adv}  :: formerly, previously
vroeger {adv}  :: in the past
vroegrijp {adj}  :: precocious
vroegte {f}  :: early hours (of the morning)
vroegtijdig {adj}  :: premature
vroegtijdigheid {f}  :: prematureness
vroegvolwassen {adj}  :: precocious
vrolijk {adj}  :: cheerful, merry
vrolijk kerstfeest {phrase}  :: Merry Christmas
vrolijke feestdagen {phrase}  :: synonym of fijne feestdagen
vrolijkheid {f}  :: glee, merriment, mirth
vroom {adj}  :: pious, devout
vroomheid {f}  :: piety
vrouw {f}  :: woman
vrouw {f}  :: wife
-vrouw {suffix}  :: Someone (implied female) who is an expert in an area; e.g. sportvrouw 'sportswoman'
-vrouw {suffix}  :: Someone (implied female) who is employed or holds a position in an area; e.g politievrouw 'policewoman'
-vrouw {suffix}  :: Someone (implied female) who has special characteristics relating to an area, e.g. landsvrouw 'country woman'
vrouwe {f} [formal]  :: noblewoman
vrouwe {f} [formal]  :: esteemed woman
vrouwelijk {adj}  :: feminine, female
vrouwenemancipatie {f}  :: women's emancipation
vrouwenhaat {m}  :: misogyny
vrouwenhandel {m}  :: sex trafficking of women
vrouwenhater {m}  :: misogynist
vrouwenkiesrecht {n}  :: women’s suffrage
vrouwenmoord {f}  :: femicide
vrouwtje {noun}  :: darling wife; wifey
vrouwtje {noun}  :: the female of a species of animal
vrouwtjes- {prefix}  :: female, she-
vrouwtjeskat {f}  :: female cat
vrucht {f}  :: fruit
vrucht {f} [archaic]  :: fear
vruchtafdrijving {f}  :: abortion
vruchtbaar {adj}  :: fruitful
vruchtbaar {adj}  :: fertile
vruchtbaarheid {f}  :: fertility
vruchteloos {adj}  :: fruitless, unproductive, futile
vruchteloosheid {f}  :: uselessness, futility
vruchten {v} [archaic]  :: to fear
vruchtensap {n}  :: fruit juice
vruchtwater {n}  :: amniotic fluid
v.t.t.t. {abbr}  :: voltooid tegenwoordige toekomende tijd
vuidig {adj}  :: obsolete form of vuig
vuig {adj}  :: despicable, reprehensible
vuig {adj}  :: inferior, lesser
vuil {adj}  :: dirty, filthy
vuil {adj}  :: obscene, lewd
vuil {adj}  :: dishonorable
vuil {adj}  :: illegal, improper
vuil {n}  :: dirt, filth
vuil {n}  :: garbage, trash, waste, litter
vuil ziekte {f} [Brabantian, dialectal]  :: alternative form of vuile ziekte
vuilbak {m} [Southern Dutch]  :: alternative form of vuilnisbak
vuile ziekte {f} [Belgium]  :: sexually transmitted disease, STD
vuilnis {f} {n} [especially]  :: rubbish, trash, garbage; waste products (to be) disposed off
vuilnisbak {m}  :: rubbish bin, trashcan, dustbin
vuilnisbelt {m}  :: landfill, dumpsite
vuilwit {adj}  :: off-white
vuilzak {m}  :: refuse bag
vuilzak {m} [derogatory]  :: unhygienic person
vuist {f}  :: fist
vuistdiep {adv}  :: as deep as a fist
vuistdiep {adv} [figurative]  :: very deep
vuistdiep {adj}  :: as deep as a fist
vuisten {v} [slang]  :: To fist-fuck
vuistvechter {m}  :: boxer
vuistvuurwapen {n}  :: handgun
vulgair {adj}  :: vulgar, obscene
vulgair {adj}  :: ordinary, banal
vulgariteit {f}  :: vulgarity
vulkaan {m} [geology]  :: volcano
vulkaanuitbarsting {f}  :: volcanic eruption
vulkanisch {adj}  :: volcanic
vulkanisme {n}  :: volcanism
vullen {vt}  :: to fill
vulling {f}  :: filling
vulling {f}  :: placeholder
vulpen {c}  :: fountain pen
vulva {f}  :: vulva
vundig {adj}  :: mouldy, musty
vundig {adj} [figuratively]  :: sordid, obscene
vuren {vi}  :: to fire, to shoot (a weapon)
vuren {adj}  :: made of the wood of the Norway spruce
vuren {n}  :: wood of the Norway spruce (Picea abies)
vurig {adj}  :: fiery, ardent
vurig {adj}  :: enthusiastic
vuur {n}  :: fire
vuur {n}  :: heater
vuur {n} [colloquial]  :: a lighter
vuur {adj} [slang]  :: Great, amazing, extraordinary, dope. (Calque of the slang sense of English fire)
vuur met vuur bestrijden {v} [idiomatic]  :: to fight fire with fire
vuurbaak {m} [nautical]  :: beacon for signaling light to vessels, smaller than a lighthouse
vuurbaken {n} [nautical]  :: beacon for signaling light to vessels, smaller than a lighthouse
vuurbol {m}  :: fireball
vuurdoop {m}  :: baptism by fire, baptism of fire (a trying ordeal as one's first experience, often as some kind of initiation)
vuurduivel {m} [literal]  :: fire devil (demon associated with fire)
vuurduivel {m} [Belgium, historical, pejorative]  :: Nickname for steam trains and steam locomotives
vuurduivel {m}  :: fire devil, firenado (fiery whirlwind)
vuurgevecht {n}  :: gunfight
vuurkaart {f}  :: a type of identity card used by Belgian World War I soldiers
vuurkorf {m}  :: fire basket, fire box (container made of metal grills for outdoor fires)
vuurkorf {m} [obsolete]  :: metal container with a grill on top, intended for indoor coal fires
vuurmuur {m}  :: a fireplace
vuurmuur {m}  :: a wall of fire
vuurmuur {m} [Brabant]  :: a wall to prevent the spread of fire; a firewall
vuurmuur {m} [computer]  :: firewall
vuurpeloton {n}  :: firing squad, armed people lined up to perform an execution by bullet(s)
vuurpijl {m}  :: a flare
vuurpijl {m} [fireworks]  :: a rocket
vuurrood {adj}  :: scarlet (literally, 'fire-red')
vuurspuwer {m}  :: fire-breather
vuursteen {m} {n}  :: A flint, piece of hard fine-grained quartz stone, as struck to spark up a fire
vuursteen {m} {n}  :: Flint, the material silex
vuursteengeweer {n}  :: flintlock
vuursteenpistool {n} [historical]  :: flintlock pistol
vuursteenslot {n}  :: flintlock mechanism (firing mechanism)
vuurstenen {adj}  :: made of flint
vuurtoren {m}  :: a lighthouse
vuurtoren {m} [Netherlands]  :: a 250 guilder banknote (before the introduction of the euro)
vuurtoren {m} [pejorative]  :: a redhead, ginger
vuurtorenwachter {m}  :: lighthouse keeper
vuurvast {adj}  :: fire-proof
vuurvast {adj}  :: (by extension) with fairly great heat tolerance; fit for use in cooking
vuurvlieg {f}  :: firefly
vuurvogel {m}  :: phoenix (fire bird)
vuurwapen {n}  :: firearm
vuurwater {n}  :: firewater, strong alcoholic beverage
vuurwerk {n}  :: fireworks
vuurwerkramp {f}  :: fireworks disaster (usually in reference to the Enschede fireworks disaster)
vuurzee {f}  :: conflagration
vuurzucht {f}  :: pyromania
vuvuzela {c}  :: vuvuzela
v.v.t.t. {abbr}  :: voltooid verleden toekomende tijd
vw. {abbr}  :: voegwoord
vwo {acronym}  :: voorbereidend wetenschappelijk onderwijs
vz. {abbr}  :: voorzetsel