—, a. hopeloos, opgegeven, verloren. —, a. waaghals; verloren post, man. Perdura ble (pur•djoe'ribl), a. —bly, ad. langdurig. —tion (-ree'sjon), a. lenge duur. Peregrin ate (per'e-gri-neet) ,v.a.in den vreemde leven of reizen. --ation (-nee'sjun), s. verblijf (hat reizen) in den vreemde. —ator, s. relziger. —e (-grin), a. vreemd, uitheemsch. Perenuption (pur-em'sjan), s. vernietiging, verjaring. Peremptor ily (perem- tur-ril lih), ad. —y, a. bepaald, beslisaend, volstrekt. a. bepaaldheld, volstrektheid, stelligheid. Perenni al (pur-en'ni-e1), a. —ally, a. een jeer durend; voortdurend, aanhoudend. —ty, a. onafgebroken duur. Perfect kpurlekt), a. —ly, ad. volmailkt, volkome.n. v. a. volmaken; voltooiea. —er, s. vol. maker; voltooier. —neat, a. volmaaktheid, volkomenheid. Parfecil ble (pur-fekt'ibl), a. vatbaar voor volmaking. —bility (.1-bil' it- tih), s. vatbaarheid volt volinaking. —on (-fek'sjuu), s. volmaaktheid, volmaking. —anal(fek'sjun-), a. volkomeu; voltobid. —ovate (-fek'sjun-eet), v. a. volmaken. —onist (-fek'sjun-), a. strever near volmaaktheid; purltein. —ve, a. —vely, ad. volmakend; voltooiend. Pe rliclent Ipur-fisreat, a. we rkelijk. s. begiftiger, sehenker. Perfidious (pur-fid'jus), a. —ly, ad. treuweloos (to). —nest, s. trouweloosheid. Perfidy (pur'ild-ila), a. trouweloosheid. Perfla tc (pur-fleet';, v. a. doorwaaien. —flow (- flee'sjun), s. doorwaaiing. Perfollate (pur-fo'li et), a. den ateugel omvattend, doorgegroeid. Pertora ble (porlo-ribl), a. doorboorbaar. —te (-reet), v. a. doorboren. —tion (-ree'sjun), a. door boring. —tive (-re-tivl, a. door borend. —tar (-ree'tar) . a. doorboorder; boor. Perforce (pur-foors'), ad. met geweld. Perform (pur form'), v. a. vervullen, vuivoeren, volbrengen; verrichten; v. n. spelen; slagen. —able, a. uttvoerbaar. —once, a. vervulling;verrichting; uttvoering, vooratelling. —er, a. volbrenger; verrichter; uitvoerder, voordrager, speler. Perron' atory (pur-fjoe'me-tur-rih), a. weiriekend makend. —e (ook pur'tjoem), a. reukwerk; gear. —e, v. a. welriekend maken, parfumeeren. —er, a. parfumeur. --cry, a. reukwerk, perfumeriEn. Perfunctor ily (pur-fungiCtur-ii-lih), ad. —p, a. oppervlakkig, achteloos. —ineas,a. opperviakkigheid, achteloosheid. Perfuse (pur-fjoez'), v. a. overgieten; doorstroo. men; vervullen. Pergola (puego-le), a. prieel. Perhaps (pur-he s'), ad, missehien. Pert ant h (per's-enth), a. bloemkelk. —apt (-apt), a. amulet, toovermiddel. Peri card (per'i-kaard), —tuna (-kaardi-um), a. hartzak. —carp (-kaarp), a zaacil Hee. Peri clitation (per-i-kli tee'sjun), a. gevaar; waagatuk. —cranium (-kree'ni-u ► ), —crany (per'. i-krc-nih), a. hereenpan-, echedelthea. Per !culotte (pe-rikloe-lus), a. gevaarlijk.
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In February 2019, Coinbase announced that it had acquired "blockchain intelligence platform" Neutrino, an Italy-based startup, for an undisclosed price. The acquisition raised concern among some Coinbase users based on Neutrino founders' connection to the Hacking Team, which has been accused of providing internet surveillance technology to governments with poor human rights records. On March 4, 2019, Coinbase CEO Brian Armstrong said his company "did not properly evaluate" the deal from a due diligence perspective and thus any Neutrino staff who previously worked at Hacking Team "will transition out of Coinbase."
nought, coward, dastard. During, v. lasting, duration. Dark, na. sink, well. Darven, on. w. to dare. Das, bw. thus, in that way. —, aw. so, therefore. —danig, by. such; bw. thus, in such a manner. Dar, in. nap; slumber. vit den — helpen, to undeceive. een —je doers, to take a nap. —ten, on. w. to take a nap; to dote, to mope. —ter, in. doter, mope, reopus. Dour, m. duration, continuance, op den —, st the long run. Dour, by. dear, costly, expensive; solemn (ran een bw. dear, at a high price. —koop, be. eed). dear. —te, v. dearness, high price, dearth. Drsurznam, be. durable, lasting; strong; that wears well. —heid, v. durablenete, durability, lastingness. Dew, m. push, jog. —en, ov. w, to push, to jog. to press; to slip (into a. o. 's hand. Dweal,v. towel; shroud. — begrip, erroneous idea. —geest, wandering spirit; follower of erroneous opinions. —grend, Wee ground* —leer, false doctrine. —licht, ignis tattoos, jack-with-a•lantern, Will-o'-the-wisp. —pad, —spoor, —weg, wrong (erroneous) Neu; on een brengen, to lead astray, to lead into error, —eter, planet. —twin, labyrinth, maze. —§annig, erroneous, erring. —sinnigheld, erroneousness. Dwane, be. foolish (-ly), silly (-ily). m. fool. —hoofd, fool. —held, v. folly, foolishness. DwnI en, on. w. to err, to stray. to wander; to be mistaken. —er, m. wanderer. —kg, v. w and r ring; error, mintak.i. D Wang., m. constraint, compulsion, coercion. —arbe,d, compulsory labor; the galleys, penal servitude. —bevel, -warrant, writ. —bale, jacket.
AFS.—AFW. 391 Afatutven„ on. w. to fly off; to rush out of. Atvaren, on. w. to break off (by tailing agoinst); Afoturen,ov.w. to steer off; to despatch. on. w. to depart, to go off ; to go down. Afoul/en, on. w. to slide (to slip) down. Along en, ov. w to wipe (off). —er, m. wiper. Alta/Le/en, ov. w. Zie Onttokelen. Afverg en, ov. w. to require to eruct (from! --er, m. exatiter. —ing, v. requiettion, exAfteepp en, ov. w. to draw off; to bottle; to action. tap; to drain ; blued —, to let blood, to bleed. —er, m. tapper. —ing, v. drawing off; tapping; Afverven, ov. w. to paint entirely; on. w, to bloodeletting. lose its color, to lode, to dye, to stain. Afteeken ear, m. delineator, eketcher. —en. on. AfvUt en, ov. W. to file (off). —er„ m. flier. —eel. o. w. to sign; to mark out; to draw, to delineate, on. w. to flay —, to strip (off). to sketch. —into v. signing•; marking; drawing, Atvisechen, ov. w. to empty by fibbing; to Skim. delineation, sketch. Aftellen, on. w. to tell apart, — off, to count out. Afvtelen, on. w. to obtain oy dattery. ArvIllegen, on. w. to fly off, — down. ov. w. to lift (to twice) off. Afvlieten. on. w. to flow (to run) down Aftlppen, ran. w. to point off, to nib. Aftoblben, on. w. to tire out, to harass. sic.% —, Af vtUrnen, ov. w. to cut off, — away. to drudgo, to slave. Afvtoet en, on. w. to flow down. —ing, o. flowing down. Aftocht, m. retreat, marching off. Atvotor, m. conveyance, transport. —en, on. w. Alfloncoen, on. w. to set buoys along. Aftoomen, on. w. to unbridle, to unbit. to carry off, — down, to lead off, — away, to Aftoppen, on. w. to top, to lop. convey; to transport; to abduct; to deterge, to expel. —end, by. detergent, excretory. --ing. v. Aftornen, ov. w. to uniew, to rip off, — up. carrying off, — down; abdocnon; abetereioo. Aftonwen, on. w. to bang, to drub, to rib-roast. Aftrappen, on. w. to kick down, — off. Atvorder en, ov. w. to require —, to exact (from); rekening —, to call to account. —ing, v. demand, m. descent, step. —en, ay. w. to kick exaction. off; to pace, to measure by poesy ; on. w. to descend; to walk (to step) down, to step off, to Atvrag en on. w. to ask (ot ), to Interrogate. —ing, v. interrogation. deviate (from); to leave, to go away, to reatgn, to make one 's exit. —ing, v. pacing; exit; de- At vreten, ov. yr. to eat off, to knapple, to browse. Aterleeen, or. w. to freeze off, to ba bitten off viation; rerigration. by cold. Afreek, m. deduction, abatement; salt, demand. —ken, on. w. to draw (to pull) off; to withdraw; Afvuren, or. w. to fire (off) to discharge. to divert, to turn off; to strip, to day; to deduct; Afvvonlen. ov. & on. w. to blow off, — down. to subtract; to bottle; to infuse, to make an ex Afavaarts, bw. downward. traction of; to discharge: on. w. to go away, to Afweiebt en, on. W. to wait (to stay) to,, to a, lift; to abide. —ing, v. expectation. depart, to withdraw ; to retire, to rotreot, to march off. —ker, m. trigger; eubtracter. —king. Atvitiken (Meta), t. w. to fatigue one 'a self by watching or Rifting up. v. drawing off; deduction; subtraction. —eel, o. Alwatten, on. w. to , wall (to fence) in, to extract, decoction. secure. Aftroeven, ov. w. to trump; to give (R. .) a, tart reply. Alweandelen, on. ay. to walk to the fold of; on. Aftroggelen„ ov. ve. to obtain by coaxing, to w. to come (to walk) down, to descend. Aftveseth en, on. w. to wash. — off, — away. wheedle (a. o.) out of. —ing, v. washing off, lotion, ablution. Aftronornelen, on. w, to proclaim by the beatAfsvietee •-n, ov. w, to drain; on. w. to flow off. ing of drums. y. flowing off; drainage, draining. Aftrompetten, ov. w. to proclaim by sound of Afweok en, , an. W. to loosen by soaking; or. w. trumpet. to fail off. — lag. v. waking. Attroonen, on. w. to obtain by flattery; to draw Afweer der, m. —ster, v. repeller, repulser. off (to divest) from. Afweg, no. by - Way, way about, side way. np — en Aftnigen, ov. w. to unharness. geraken, to take oad cower,. Aftuitnelen, on., Yr. to tumble down. Afwmardig en, ov. w. to deepatch,i.a depute, to Afweg enc, on. w. to weigh; to adjust, to meta.• delegate. —er, m, despatcher, conatituent. —ing, tore. —er, m. weigher. —tog, v, weighing; adjuoting, measuring. v. despatching, delegation. Afweld en, or. w. to grate off, to browse; on. Afvenrt, v. vetting out, departure. w. to digress. v • digression. Afwal, m, falling off, — down; windfall; refuse, waste, trash, rubbish; offal, garbage, giblets; Afevend en, ov. w. to turn off. — *Ode; to avert, shavings, parings, clippingo, orts, dirt ; deflec- to divert; to parry. —ing, v. diversion. tion; forsaking, defection, desertion, Apostasy. Atwell.' en. ov. w. to dieaccuetom --, to deuce /.0m,, to brook of; to wean. --ing, v. diemige, —len, on- w. to fall off, — down; to grow thin, breaking ol; wooing to decay, to decrease, to decline; to deflect; to contrast (with), to differ (from); to apostatize, At wentel nsa, ov. w. to roll off, — dawn. —ing, v. rolling off, — down. (ran) to forsake, to desert. —lig, by. disloyal, unfaithful, apostatical; worden, to turn apos- Afovo,r en, ov. w. to wart off, to parry; to aver), tate. —ige, m. & v. apostate, renegade. big, v. a rAllk; off, por.ying; to prevent. v. disloyalty, apostaey.
One issue discussed is if Erasmus is helping to generate more European solidarity. A study carried out by the European Commission in 2010, shows that participating to Erasmus strengthens tolerance. Another issue is whether Erasmus enables the mixing of Europeans. For example, more than a quarter of Erasmus participants meet their life partner through it and participation in Erasmus encourages mobility between European countries. Most young people had a strong European identity before participating in the Erasmus program. In fact, for these young people, the Erasmus experience makes them even more European, but the research showed no evidence that taking part in the Erasmus programme would lead to revolutionary changes in students' political views.