SummaryThe Dutch translation for “but” is maar.
Examples of "but" in useThere are 95 examples of the Dutch word for "but" being used:
"but" Practice (95)
A single match would do her good, if she would dare to take one from a box, strike it against the wall to warm her fingers.,
And now all the little ducks hurried, as much as they could, and they emerged from the eggs and looked everywhere under the green leaves; and the mother let them look, as much as they wanted; because green is good for the eyes.,
And the tomcat, whom she called her son, could arch his back and purr; he even gave sparks, but then one had to stroke his hair the wrong direction.,
but - the light already went out, the stove disappeared and all that was left, was the remains of a half-burnt match in her hand.,
But in the corner, sat in the dawn of the morning whilst leaning against the wall; the poor little girl, with pale cheeks and smiling mouth,