Drent

n. Drent, inhabitant of Drenthe

Holandés-inglés dicionario. 2013.

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  • Drent — Drent, p. p. [See {Dreinte}.] Drenched; drowned. [Obs.] Condemned to be drent. Spenser. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • drent — /drent/ (Spenser) obsolete pap of ↑drench (to drown) …   Useful english dictionary

  • drent — [drenndd] drüben , jenseits (...s Gegnteil vo herent!) drent und herent = drüben und herüben …   Bayrische Wörterbuch von Rupert Frank

  • Martin Drent — Personal information Full name Martin Drent Date of birth 31 March 1970 (1970 …   Wikipedia

  • drench — [drentʃ] verb [T] to make someone or something very wet drenched [drentʃt] adj …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • drench — /drɛntʃ / (say drench) verb (t) 1. to wet thoroughly; steep; soak: garments drenched with rain; swords drenched in blood. 2. Veterinary Science to administer a draught of medicine to (an animal), especially by force: to drench a horse. 3.… …   Australian English dictionary

  • drenching-gun — /ˈdrɛntʃɪŋ gʌn/ (say drenching gun) noun a device for administering a drench to animals …   Australian English dictionary

  • Drenthe — /ˈdrɛntə/ (say drentuh) noun a province of the eastern Netherlands. 2663 km2. Capital: Assen …   Australian English dictionary

  • Daniel Potts — Daniel in 2011 as portrayed by Ido Drent. Shortland Street character Portrayed by Jarred Blakiston …   Wikipedia

  • Baerends — Gerardus Pieter Baerends (* 30. März 1916; † 1. September 1999) war einer der bedeutendsten Vertreter der so genannten klassischen vergleichenden Verhaltensforschung in der Tradition von Nikolaas Tinbergen und Konrad Lorenz. Baerends… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Gerard Baerends — Gerardus Pieter Baerends (* 30. März 1916; † 1. September 1999) war einer der bedeutendsten Vertreter der so genannten klassischen vergleichenden Verhaltensforschung in der Tradition von Nikolaas Tinbergen und Konrad Lorenz. Baerends… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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