[a 50s radio]
days of old
[Dutch flag]
colors
[plate of food]
Meals
[a house]
the house
[a path]
the outdoors
[jacket]
clothing
[a mirror]
beauty
[glasses, watch, etc.]
necessities

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Dutch Everyday Items: Media

[two old books]
boeken click to hear
[a small stack of newspapers]
kranten click to hear
[a few magazines]
tijdschriften click to hear
[comic book]
stripboek click to hear

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[a recorder (flute)]
blokfluit click to hear
[mouth harp]
mondharmonica click to hear
[guitar]
gitaar click to hear
[violin with bow]
viool met strijkstok click to hear - 2
[piano]
piano click to hear

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[sound system, stereo]
geluidsinstallatie click to hear
[amplifier]
versterker click to hear
[loudspeaker]
luidspreker click to hear
[loudspeaker]
luidspreker click to hear
[subwoofer]
basbox click to hear - 2

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[an audio CD]
CD click to hear
[a CD player]
CD speler click to hear
[a DVD ]
DVD click to hear
[a DVD player]
DVD speler click to hear - 2
[a small television set]
televisie click to hear = TV click to hear
[a remote control unit]
afstandsbediening click to hear

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[microphone]
microfoon click to hear
[headphones]
koptelefoon click to hear
[reading glasses]
leesbril click to hear
[hearing aid]
gehoorapparaat click to hear
de / het / 't
hear
(the)
een, 'n
hear - 2
(a, an)
één
hear
(one)
more
(het) boek
(de) krant
(het) tijdschrift
hear
(book)
(newspaper)
(magazine)
(de) blokfluit
(de) mondharmonica
(de) gitaar
hear - 2
(recorder (flute))
(mouth harp)
(guitar)
(de) viool
(de) strijkstok
(de) piano
hear - 2
(violin)
(bow)
(piano)
(de) geluidsinstallatie
(de) versterker
(de) luidspreker
hear
(sound system, stereo)
(amplifier)
(speaker)
(de) CD
(de) DVD
(de) speler
hear
(audio CD)
(DVD)
(player)
(de) televisie
(de) afstandsbediening
hear
(television)
(remote control)
(de) leesbril
(het) gehoorapparaat
hear
(reading glasses)
(hearing aid)
zien
kijken
lezen
hear
(to see)
(to look)
(to read)
horen
luisteren
hear
(to hear)
(to listen)
verbs
inhoud click to hear
inleiding click to hear 2
voorwoord click to hear
nawoord click to hear 2
contents
introduction
preface
afterword

The human (and horse) 'head' is hoofd click to hear, while animals have a kop click to hear. Likewise, humans (and horses) have benen click to hear 2 ('legs' - singular (het) been click to hear) while animals (and tables and chairs) have poten click to hear - singular: (de) poot click to hear. Still, 'headphone' is koptelefoon click to hear
(De) aan/uit knop click to hear 2 '[on/off button] power switch'

kunstenaar click to hear 2 3
artiest click to hear 2
artist
schrijver click to hear writer, author
dichter click to hear 2 poet
componist click to hear composer
kunstschilder click to hear painter (artist)
fotograaf click to hear 2 photographer
fotomodel click to hear 2 model
acteur click to hear 2 actor
actrice click to hear 2 actress
filmster * click to hear 2 movie star
regisseur click to hear director (movie, play)
uitgever click to hear 2 publisher
dirigent click to hear director (music)
geluidstechnicus click to hear 2 sound engineer
pianostemmer click to hear piano technician
zangeres click to hear 2 singer, vocalist (female)
zanger click to hear singer, vocalist (male)
pianist click to hear 2 concert pianist
violist click to hear 2 concert violinist
organist click to hear 2 organ player
het nieuws click to hear 2
oud nieuws click to hear 2
the news
old news
journalist click to hear 2 reporter
nieuwslezer click to hear
commentator click to hear 2
news reader, 'anchor'
commentator
Heb je het nieuws al gehoord? click to hear 2 3 'Have you (already) heard the news?'
'Dat is oud nieuws' click to hear 2 'That's old news
(het) bericht click to hear ('message, report') - (de) berichtgeving click to hear 2 is the common word for the reporting by journalists in the media
(het) verslag click to hear ('report') - hence the somwhat old-fashioned (de) verslaggever click to hear 2 ('report-giver') for 'journalist'
musicus / musici click to hear (serious) musician(s) - muzikanten click to hear 2 (less serious) musicians - Musicians and Music Vocabulary
(De) plankenkoorts click to hear 2 stage fright
[grapes]
food
[pan]
kitchen
[rose]
flowers
[cows]
animals
[a building]
buildings
[bus]
traffic
[flame]
fire
[lightswitch]
electricity

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