a brand of cigar, Dutch Master, commonly used in rolling blunts
Yo, I gotta go pick up a Dutch before we roll this shit
Slang term for a joint, or a blunt.
"I'ma finish you before I finish the dutch!"
adverb. to "go dutch" on a date or dinner means that you and your date split the expense, or each pay for your own ticket, etc. this is a more modern way to date, as opposed to the more traditional "man pays for you" approach
were going dutch to the movies tonight.
A group of people in Western Europe who are experts at turning marshlands and estuaries into fertile farmland and residential areas.
The Netherlands is an excellent example of Dutch ingenuity and genius, because most of the country is built on land reclaimed from the violent, storm-ridden North Sea.
The language we speak in The Netherlands, Belgium, Suriname, South Africa, and the Netherlands Antilles. The Netherlands is also known as Holland.
"Dutch" In Dutch: Nederlands.
Anyone who says that Dutch is German for German is wrong and wouldn't even recognise Dutch.
So unlike a lot of US, UK or other native English-speaking people think, Dutch is NOT German! Dutch may be a little simmular to German, but it's more closely related to English.
Dutch is a Germanian language, just like German and English. (french, italian, and spanish are romanian languages).
Dutch is more closely related to English on the grammar, but the vocab is more Germanish. Dutch is in between English and German, but still is a whole language on its own - it's NOT English and NOT German.
Dutch is a lanuage, spoken by about 20 milion spread over The Netherlands, Belgium and the Netherlands antilles.
1) Dutch is the language spoken in The Netherlands (aka Holland, The Netherlands Antilles, Belgium, Suriname (South America) and South Africa (African is a form of Dutch).
2) To be Dutch. A person from The Netherlands is Dutch.
3) To go Dutch: To split the costs of a purchase between several parties/persons.
4) Cape Dutch, the early European inhabitants of the Western Cape (South Africa) between the 17th and 19th centuries.
5) Cape Dutch architecture, an architectural style found in South Africa.
*Non-Dutch people often think that "Dutch" is German for German.
Dutch is NOT german for german, but Dutch for Dutch.
In Dutch: "Ik ben Nederlands."
In English: "I am Dutch."
Nederlands (=from The Netherlands] -> Nederland (The Netherlands).
) I speak Dutch.
2) I am Dutch.
3) To go out on a date and split the bill.
4) "Kaap the goede hoop." -> Cape of good hope. Place where the merchanting ships of the V.O.C (Dutch East Indian Trading Company) had her ships take pitt stops.) = Most Southern point of South Africa.
5) The way villa's were built in South Africa for the Dutch colonies.
Dutch is Dutch for Dutch. --> "Nederlands is Nederlands voor Nederlands."
Dutch is NOT german, just related to it, as well as its related to English.
Something or someone from the Netherlands, a small country in North-West Europe. Because of the many conflicts and wars between England and The Republic of the Seven United Netherlands (as it was then called), 17th century English knew many expressions containing the word to describe something in a derogatory manner. Some of these expressions are still used.
Dutch widow (a prostitute).