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"Now he traveled all over the world to find such a one, but all he saw lacked something." in Dutch

Nu reisde hij de hele wereld rond, om zo één te vinden, maar aan allen, die hij zag, ontbrak wat.

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The Dutch translation for “Now he traveled all over the world to find such a one, but all he saw lacked something.” is Nu reisde hij de hele wereld rond, om zo één te vinden, maar aan allen, die hij zag, ontbrak wat.. The Dutch, Nu reisde hij de hele wereld rond, om zo één te vinden, maar aan allen, die hij zag, ontbrak wat., can be broken down into 19 parts:"now" (nu), "traveled" (reisde), "he" (hij), "the" (de), "whole" (hele), "world" (wereld), "around" (rond), "in order to" (om), "so" (zo), "1 (one)" (één), "to find (long form)" (te vinden), "but" (maar), "at" (aan), "everybody" (allen), "who (conjunction)" (die), "he" (hij), "saw" (zag), "was missing" (ontbrak) and "something (2)" (wat).

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