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Dutch Disambiguation: Common Words with More Than One Meaning

Enkel click to hear
  1. ankle
  2. single, only
Dutch (de) enkel click to hear (plural: enkels click to hear 2) is the body part 'ankle' connecting leg and foot. Dutch 'enkel' can also be an adverb or adjective (enkel/enkele click to hear 2) meaning 'single, only, one-time' - geen enkel click to hear 2 3 / geen enkele click to hear (['no single'] - 'zero, nothing at all.') (Het) enkelvoud click to hear 2 is the 'singular' of grammar. Not to be confused with (de) eenvoud click to hear 2 3 ('simpicity') and its adverb and adjective eenvoudig click to hear ('simple, easy to solve')
zwakke enkels click to hear 2
Een enkel woord is genoeg click to hear 2
een enkele keer click to hear
Er is geen enkel bewijs click to hear 2
geen enkel bezwaar click to hear 2
Er is geen enkel bezwaar tegen click to hear slow
't Heeft toch geen enkele zin click to hear 2 3
Ik heb geen enkele interesse click to hear
Hou 't eenvoudig click to hear 2
Probeer 't eenvoudig te houden click to hear 2
... maar je kunt het eenvoudiger zeggen click to hear 2 3

Ik ben een eenvoudig iemand click to hear
weak ankles
A single word is enough
['a single time'] rarely, very occasionally
There is [not a single] zero proof, not a shred of evidence
no objection at all
There is no objection at all to it, go ahead
There is no use to it, it's pointless
It doesn't interest me at all
Keep it simple
Try to keep it simple
... but you can say it in a less complicated way
- but there's a simpler way to say it
I'm just a simple guy

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click to hear
  1. 'till' end - ""
  2. 'to' new situation - ""
  3. - ""
1. '' = ''
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2. '' = ''
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