naad

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Noun[edit]

naad m (plural naden, diminutive naadje n)

  1. A seam, as where pieces of textile are sewn together
  2. (figuratively) Another joint or juncture, notably in construction, mechanics, etc.

Derived terms[edit]

Het naadje van de kous willen weten — Wanting to know every detail.

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