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"I have been lying on something hard, so that I look bruised all over my body!" in Dutch

Ik heb op iets hards gelegen, zodat ik er over mijn hele lijf bont en blauw uitzie!

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The Dutch translation for “I have been lying on something hard, so that I look bruised all over my body!” is Ik heb op iets hards gelegen, zodat ik er over mijn hele lijf bont en blauw uitzie!. The Dutch, Ik heb op iets hards gelegen, zodat ik er over mijn hele lijf bont en blauw uitzie!, can be broken down into 15 parts:"I" (ik), "have (1st person singular)" (heb), "on" (op), "something" (iets), "hard" (hard), "lied" (gelegen), "so (long form)" (zodat), "I" (ik), "there" (er), "over; about" (over), "my" (mijn), "whole" (hele), "body (2)" (lijf), "bruised" (bont en blauw) and "look like" (uitzie).

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