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"watch out (2nd person singular)" in Dutch

oplet

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The Dutch translation for “watch out (2nd person singular)” is oplet. The Dutch, oplet, can be broken down into 2 parts:"watch out (part 1, imperative 2nd person singular)" (op) and "watch out (part 2, imperative 2nd person singular)" (let).

Examples of "watch out (2nd person singular)" in use

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