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  1. Dutch / ( dʌtʃ) / noun the language of the Netherlands, belonging to the West Germanic branch of the Indo-European family and quite closely related to German and EnglishSee also Flemish, Afrikaans the Dutch (functioning as plural) the natives, citizens, or inhabitants of the Netherlands See Pennsylvania Dutch See double Dutch SEE MORE adjective

  2. 1 day ago · The Dutch government has prohibited ASML from exporting that equipment to China since 2019, but the company had still been shipping lower-quality lithography systems to China.

  3. 22 hours ago · Dutch competition authority ACM has informed RTL Group and John de Mol’s Talpa Network that it won’t approve their planned merger of their channels. RTL Nederland and Talpa Network had entered ...

  4. Dutch (dʌtʃ) adj. 1. of or pertaining to the Netherlands, its inhabitants, or their language. n. 2. ( used with a pl. v.) a. the inhabitants of the Netherlands. b. natives of the Netherlands or persons of Dutch ancestry living outside the Netherlands. 3. the West Germanic language of the Netherlands and N and W Belgium. Abbr.: D Compare Flemish.

  5. 21 hours ago · Cody Gakpo needs a goal to go in “off his backside” in order to get going for Liverpool, with Robbie Fowler convinced the Dutchman will come good. Reds invested £44m in Netherlands ...

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  7. Sep 26, 2021 · Dutch language, alphabet and pronunciation Dutch (Nederlands) Dutch is a West Germanic language with about 24 million speakers, mainly in the Netherlands and Belgium. There are about 16 million Dutch speakers in the Netherlands, where it is the official language.

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