geschil

kesekese

Woordenlijst Sranan . 2010.

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  • skill — skill1 /skil/, n. 1. the ability, coming from one s knowledge, practice, aptitude, etc., to do something well: Carpentry was one of his many skills. 2. competent excellence in performance; expertness; dexterity: The dancers performed with skill.… …   Universalium

  • skill — [12] Skill etymologically denotes not a physical accomplishment, but the mental capacity to make ‘distinctions’. It was borrowed from Old Norse skil ‘distinction, discernment, knowledge’, whose relatives include Dutch geschil ‘difference’, and… …   The Hutchinson dictionary of word origins

  • skill — I [[t]skɪl[/t]] n. 1) the ability to do something well arising from talent, training, or practice 2) special competence in performance; expertness; dexterity 3) a craft, trade, or job requiring manual dexterity or special training 4) Obs.… …   From formal English to slang

  • Hader (Zank) — 1. Alter Hader wird bald new. – Lehmann, II, 27, 28; Petri, II, 10; Simrock, 4194. 2. Alter Hader wird bald wieder neu, geflickte Freundschaft ist selten treu. – Lohrengel, I, 38. 3. Beim Hader der Grossen tragen die Kleinen die Kosten. 4. Ein… …   Deutsches Sprichwörter-Lexikon

  • Streit — 1. Alten Streit soll man nicht wieder aufrühren. Frz.: Il ne faut pas troubler l eau qui dort. (Kritzinger, 253b.) 2. Alter Streit ist bald erneut. It.: Contesa vecchia tasto si fa nuova. (Bohn I, 89.) 3. Ass nömmen bas Streit am Hous, de wändt d …   Deutsches Sprichwörter-Lexikon

  • skill — [12] Skill etymologically denotes not a physical accomplishment, but the mental capacity to make ‘distinctions’. It was borrowed from Old Norse skil ‘distinction, discernment, knowledge’, whose relatives include Dutch geschil ‘difference’, and… …   Word origins

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