[A Dutch flag on the edge of a puddle of water]
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[A plate of fava beans, with bacon and potatoes]
[a handful of Brussels sprouts]
[small saucepan: lidded pot with a stick handle]
[Me riding a bicycle]
[Cows in a meadow]
[a variety of items]
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Dutch Names for Tools 5 - 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 words

hamers click to hear
[claw hammer]
klauwhamer click to hear
[pincer (pliers for pulling nails)]
nijptang click to hear
[nail puncher]
drevels click to hear
[carpentry nails]
spijkers click to hear
[human nails]
nagels click to hear
[staple-like nails]
krammetjes click to hear
[rubber hammer]
rubber hamer click to hear
[heavy hammer, sledgehammer]
moker click to hear
[chairperson's hammer]
voorzittershamer click to hear (by Gerben Sipma)
[Stanley knives]
Stanleymessen click to hear
[pocket knives]
zakmessen click to hear
slijpstenen click to hear
[pliers, small pliers]
tang, tangetje click to hear
[~ pipe wrench]
waterpomptang click to hear
[rounded-beak pliers, multipurpose pliers]
rondbektang, combinatietang click to hear
[multipurpose pliers]
combinatietang click to hear - 2
[tin snips]
blikscharen click to hear
[tin snips]
[metalworkers' 'cold' chisels]
koudbeitels click to hear

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