Dutchwoman


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Dutch·wom·an

 (dŭch′wo͝om′ən)
n.
1. A woman who is a native or inhabitant of the Netherlands.
2. A woman of Dutch ancestry.
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Translations
Holanďanka
hollænder
hollantilainen nainen
Nizozemka
holland nõ
オランダ人女性
네덜란드 여자
olandeză
holländska
ผู้หญิงชาวดัตช์
phụ nữ Hà Lan

Dutchwoman

[ˈdʌtʃˌwʊmən] N (Dutchwomen (pl)) → holandesa f
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Dutchwoman

[ˈdʌtʃwʊmən] nHollandaise f
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Dutchwoman

[ˈdʌtʃˌwʊmən] n (-women (pl)) → olandese f
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Dutchwoman

هولنديَّة Holanďanka hollænder Holländerin Ολλανδέζα holandesa hollantilainen nainen Hollandaise Nizozemka olandese オランダ人女性 네덜란드 여자 Nederlandse nederlandsk kvinne Holenderka holandesa голландка holländska ผู้หญิงชาวดัตช์ Hollandalı phụ nữ Hà Lan 荷兰女人
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Two were widows, and one, a Dutchwoman, was a spinster of masculine appearance; they paid the smallest possible sum for their pension, and gave a good deal of trouble, but they were permanent and therefore had to be put up with.
She was a Dutchwoman, enormously fat--when she walked she rolled like a small boat on the ocean, and the dishes in the cupboard jostled each other.
That was maybe the reason she was paired with Suzann Pettersen, one of Matthew's vice captains and still apparently hopeful of playing well enough here for a place herself at Gleneagles, although she already has eight shots to make up on the Dutchwoman after 18 holes.
Dutchwoman Kirsten Wild, winner of the race in 2018, crossed the line first, but was disqualified after inadvertently causing the mayhem (top).
She would have expected to face fourth seed Kiki Bertens, one of the favourites for the title, but the Dutchwoman was forced out by a stomach bug - meaning it was 21-year-old Kuzmova who stood across the net on Roland Garros' new garden court.
She would have expected to face fourth seed Kiki Bertens one of the favourites for the title but the Dutchwoman was forced out by a stomach bug meaning it was 21-year-old Kuzmova who stood across the net on Roland Garros* snew garden court.
She would have expected to face fourth seed Kiki Bertens, one of the favourites for the title, but the Dutchwoman was forced out by a stomach bug, meaning it was 21-year-old Kuzmova who stood across the net on Roland Garros' snew garden court.
If she can beat American wildcard Lauren Davis next, Konta is likely to face a tough third-round match with Kiki Bertens, although the Dutchwoman was another of her victims this month in Rome.
The 27-year-old is seeded fifth in qualifying but was given a tough test by Dutchwoman Bibiane Schoofs before coming through 6-2 4-6 6-4.
Iten is also home of celebrated athletes including two-time world marathon champion Edna Kiplagat along with other marathon legends Florence Kiplagat, Mary Keitany and Kenya-born Dutchwoman Lornah Kiplagat.
The Dutchwoman outsprinted Spaniard Mavi Garcia and Soraya Paladin into a howling headwind at the end of a 132km stage from Bridlington raced in brutal conditions.
The Dutchwoman out-sprinted Spaniard Mavi Garcia and Italy's Soraya Paladin into a howling headwind at the end of a 132km stage from Bridlington raced in brutal conditions of wind, hail, rain and sleet.