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"watch out (part 2, imperative 2nd person singular)" in Dutch

let

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Notes

When we say opletten (to watch out) in Dutch, we often split it up into let (as part 1) and op (as part 2). For example, Als de vos de passie preekt, boer, let op uw kippen (When the fox is preaching, farmer, watch out for your chickens.).

Summary

The Dutch translation for “watch out (part 2, imperative 2nd person singular)” is let.

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

There are 2 examples of the Dutch word for "watch out (part 2, imperative 2nd person singular)" being used: