SummaryThe Dutch translation for “who (conjunction)” is die.
Examples of "who (conjunction)" in useThere are 34 examples of the Dutch word for "who (conjunction)" being used:
And our princess who along with King Philip followed the match in from the stand, was totally freaking out.,
And the tomcat, whom she called her son, could arch his back and purr; he even gave sparks, but then one had to stroke his hair the wrong direction.,
In the middle of this there was a duck in her nest, who had to hatch her young; but it almost bored her, it took so long, before the ducklings hatched.,
It’s better to be killed by them, than being bitten by the ducks, pecked by the chickens, kicked by the maiden who feeds the chickens, or starved with hunger in the winter.,
Much to the dismay of the unions at the airport, which spoilt the Irish budget airline party with a demonstration.,
Once upon a time there was a prince who wanted to marry a princess; but it had to be a real princess.,