1. of or pertaining to the Netherlands.
2. a blunt
made by rolling weed
in a cigar wrapper
3. "to get in Dutch" - to get in trouble;
4. "Dutch treat"; an invitation where the invitee is expected to pay his/her own way.
5. "Dutch date"; a date where each person agrees to pick up their own tab.
6. "Dutch uncle": a stern disciplinarian;
7. "Dutch courage"; courage derived from drinking alcohol
1. Dutch girls look really fly
in those wooden shoes.
2. Don't bogart
3. I got in Dutch with Teresa when she noticed 497 calls to Raquel on my phone bill.
4. When I found out it was supposed to be Dutch treat I had to climb out the bathroom window.
5. Raquel said she'd only go out with me if it's a Dutch date. She doesn't want to feel obligated to give me any.
6. Don't Dutch-uncle me, you ain't my daddy!
7. When I found out I was in Dutch with Theresa i had to stop by the bar for some Dutch courage before I went home.