[rainbow]
weather
[a path]
the outdoors
[cows]
animals
[tree]
trees
[rose]
flowers
[park]
parks
[bus]
traffic
[a building]
buildings

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Dutch Everyday: The Yard 2

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[bird feeder]
vogelhuisje
[bird feeder]
vogelhuisje click to
  hear 2
[bird feeder]
vogelhuisje
[birdhouse]
nestkastje click to
  hear
[doghouse]
hondenhok click to
  hear
[bird baths]
vogelbadjes click to hear
[garden hose]
tuinslang click to hear 2
[sprinkler]
sproeier click to hear
[rake]
hark click to hear
[grashark]
grashark click to hear
[grashark]
grashark click to hear
[pruning clippers, hedge cutter]
snoeischaar click to hear - heggeschaar click to hear
[hoe]
hak click to hear
[scuffle hoe, Dutch style] [scuffle hoe, Dutch style]
schoffel click to hear 2
[scuffle hoe, American style] [scuffle hoe, American style]
Amerikaanse schoffel click to hear
[shovel]
schop
[shovel]
schop click to hear
[lawn mower]
grasmachine click to hear 2
[lawn mower]
grasmachine click to hear 2
[garden gnomes]
tuinkabouters click to
  hear
[toadstool, mushroom]
paddestoel click to hear 2
[puffball mushroom]
stuifzwam click to hear 2
de / het / 't click to hear (the)
een, 'n click to hear - 2 (a, an)
één click to hear (one)
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(de) tuinslang
(de) sproeier
(de) grasmachine
hear
(garden hose)
(sprinkler)
(lawn mower)
(de) hark
(de) schaar
(de) schop
(de) schoffel
hear - 2
(rake)
(scissors, shears, clipper)
(spade)
([scuffle] hoe)
Many people in Holland will call the birds' nesting place vogelhuisje click to
  hear (literally: 'bird-house') but strictly spoken it only means bird-feeder.
The lawn mower can also be called grasmaaier click to
  hear
The Dutch word slang click to
  hear 2 means both 'hose' and 'snake.' Dutchmen may mention their beloved 'garden snake,' tuinslang click to hear 2.
Dutch scuffle hoe courtesy of Mr Jaap Timmerman

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