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"“What a terribly big duckling that is,” she thought; “None of the others looks like this.”" in Dutch

“Wat is dat een verschrikkelijk groot eendje,” dacht zij; “geen van de anderen ziet er zo uit.”

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The Dutch translation for ““What a terribly big duckling that is,” she thought; “None of the others looks like this.”” is “Wat is dat een verschrikkelijk groot eendje,” dacht zij; “geen van de anderen ziet er zo uit.”. The Dutch, “Wat is dat een verschrikkelijk groot eendje,” dacht zij; “geen van de anderen ziet er zo uit.”, can be broken down into 17 parts:"what" (wat), "is (3rd person singular)" (is), "that" (dat), "a; an" (een), "terrible" (verschrikkelijk), "large; big" (groot), "duckling" (eendje), "thought" (dacht), "she" (zij), "no; none" (geen), "of" (van), "the" (de), "others" (anderen), "see (2nd person singular)" (ziet), "there" (er), "so" (zo) and "out" (uit).

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There is 1 example of the Dutch word for "“What a terribly big duckling that is,” she thought; “None of the others looks like this.”" being used:

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