Infinitive. to Blow to Bear (harem). , (dwen). to Bull to Bind to Breed to Break to Bring to Build to Burn to Burst to Come to Cast to Catch to Chide to Choose to Clothe to Cleave to Climb to Cleave to Cling to Come to Cant Can to Creep to Crow to Cut to Deal to Do to Dip to Do to Drink to Draw to Dream to Draw to Drive to Drink to Dig to Ding to Dare (duxven ). to Dwell to Eat to Fall to Feed to Fall to Feel to Flee to Fly to Fling to Forbid If
Klatt. V. lump., clad. an On —en glwassen, tall, Kn.', v. gin, spring, snare; pinch, scrape. spanking. —bong, sling-bow. —achtii„ — 'g, by. Or. w. to pinch. to squeeze; to oppreas. —len, cloddy. v. pinch, squeezing. 114.9ulv en, ov. to pick, to gnaw, to nibble. —er, Kmiec:run, on. w. eon. Zie Knarsen, in. picker; —, —boom, jib, jib-town. —ing, V. Knetter en, en. w. to crackle. —tag, v. crackpicking, gnawing, ntboltng. ling. on. w. Co live nolltariiy, — like a her- Knent, v. linnet. —beam sparing-puree. —*sat, mit; to run hollow. —oar, m. herwit ; —eleven, linnet ''s'nest; hoard of money. —penning, hoardlife of a hermit ; solitary life. ed money. FiZungesii, v. slut, aloven; rag; trifle. —en, on. w. Kneukett, m. ens. Zie KisokliCer, enz. to tulle, to idle; to bungle; (end) to throw awry Kneuter, v. linnet. —oar, in. '-aarster, v. stamm. cudgel., clun. —en, on w. to cudgel. merer; mutterer. —en, on. w. to chirp, to war—horn, gingerbread. —vet, game of cudgelling. hie; to stammer; to mutter, to grumble. —ig,bv. —men, doggerel. muttering, grumbling; ruffled. --ing, v. chirping, Kissta, v. de — kwijt zUn, to be at olio '8 wit 'a warbling; stammering; muttering. end, to be out or acme. —en, ov. w. to beat up. Knells en, on. w. to bruise. —tag, v. bruise, —ei, battered cog. contuslc... K.111,11 C:12, o. clew. —en, ov. w. to wind on (to Knievel, m. cudgel; lever; toggle; paoking.stiek; make into) clews. gag ; mustachio; whisker (van ern (liar); droll; Knaeg dice, O. rodent. —ster. v. Zie Kneger. blade. Kehep, m. boy, lad, youth, yoLngscer; fellow, Knrvei oar, m. —aareter; v. extortioner. —ar(), chop; jack. —jeskruid, orchis. v. extortion. —en, ay. w. to bind, to pinion; llinabbell ear, in. —aarster, v. nibbler. —en, or. to extort, to exact ; to oppress. —board, true& on. w. to nibble. --ing, v. nibbling. tat...hes; whisker, —band, fetter; muzzle. —kg, v. lkirtftir en, ov. en. w. to gnaw, to fret. —er, m. binding; extort.. —ing, V. gnawing; remorse. rangs. Knibliel ease', m. —.rater, v. caviller; haggler, it;. crack, snap; injury, damage. --, be, higgler. —achtig, —ig, --air/c, be. captious, given offended, angry, (at). —, taw. crack I —ken, ov. to cavilling; hard in a bargain. —aektiAkeid, w. to crack ; to ininre. to impair; on. w. to enap. —.Mt, v. caption...8; being hard in a bargain. crecking-hamater. --king, v. cracking, —or;), v. cavilling; haggilng, higgling. —en,on. snapping; injuring, impairing, w. to cavil ; to haggle, to higgle. —ipel, bones. kernel, m. clap; detonation, report. --/en, on. w. --ing, V. Zie Knikbbelarkl• to clap, to thunder, to give a report. Knit, v. knee. —band, knes•string. —bank, has. m. crack; reap ; eating, sock. —bong, ham. gennftexion. —host, Komi), by. St bw. stnatt, clone; handaorne (-1y) ; knee. —lap, leather to keel upon. —achy!, kneesmart (-1y), dec'nt I-1y); clever Hy), able, ably, pan. —sink, pulley-piece; balf-length-pieture. nimble (-WY). —handig, he. & bw. handy ;-ityi, Kniei en, on. w. to kneel. —er, m. kneeler. dexterouo (Ay , . nimble bly). —handigheid, hand—ing, v. kneeling. inegs„ dexterity. —held, v. clevernesa, ability, ifin;ettoor, m.. & v. (ratter. abilities. —fey, bw. Zie Kum, Kolez en, on. w. to fret. to pins. —er, m. Keznp pen, ov. w. to awry; to catch; to crush, by. fretful. —lap. Y. fretting. to kill to pick, to munch; on. w. tin snap, to KnUlf, o. —nos, clasp-knife. clack. —bus, pop gun. —kers, hard cheery. --koek, Kni,lp, V. pinch. —en, ov. w. to pinch, to nip; to crisp gingerbread. —ail, fib, —sok, knapsack, oppress; or. w. to trim sharp. —rok, tight coat. —per, M. crisp gingerbread; lib. —perd, m. clever —tong, (a pair of) pincers. —er, m. pincher; fellow. claw; pinch-penny. —ing, V. pincher, nipping. Known en, on. w. to gnash —been, —clean, gris—ster, v, pincher; Plaoh - OanitY• tle, carttlare. —beenig, gristly, cartilaginous. Knilten., on. w. enz. Zie Knaexen, ens. —etanden, to gnarl, (to grind) one 'a teeth. —ing, Knik, nt. nod; crack. —stag, stay of the topv. gnashing. gallant-mast. —ken, on. w. to nod; to crack, to Kiss,ater, m. caniaier. snap. —kebsenen, to walk with bent knees. —keKnauw, na. gnaw, bite. —en, on. w. to gnaw, tones, to not with dozinetis. to enew, to munch. —or, In, gnawer, chewer, Knikker, m. entire; marble. —en, on. sr. to v, goawlot, chewing, munching. —eel, o. ploy at marbles; van de boon —, to supplant. any thing gnawed, — chewed. —spel, marbles. Knecht. ni. (man-) tern/ml, man, footman, wait- Knip, in fillip, tint; clip, cut. —, V. trap, gin, er ; asaistant, joarneymau. —skamer, servants' snare; hpring, wisp; bawdy. house. o. purse halL —slim-ei, servant'a livery. —Orion, servant's with a snap). —pen, ov. w. to fillip; to clip, to war;ea. —seh, by, bw. servile (-1y). eut ; to entrap, to catch ; to erect, to kill; on. o. little bry. —se/tap, o. servitude. w. to spring, to wrap., —betigel, snap (spring) of karol en, ov. w. to knead. —er, in. kneader. a purse —bears,. piece (with a allap), ciasp—ing. v. kneading. knife. —mats, xie Knoacepnanis. —nog, m. V. Kneesisiter, v. Ituerder. blinkatd, blinker. —angers, to blink, to twinkle. ilisseiris, V. pint,h, nip fold, plait ; waist ; trick. —oogje, blink ; twinkle. —sekoar, sciators. —slay. —mute, cap with a folded lace. fillip. —clot, lock with a spring (snap), spring. Knekeihuis, o. charnel-hou:e. latch. —per, m clipper, cotter; catcher; cracker.
—atioue (-tee'sjus), —ative (-pjeele-tiv), a. twistziek; redetwiatend. Dispute (dis-pjoet), s. woordenwiseeling; twist. —, v. a. betwisten; v. n. tt, igen. —lest, a. onbetwistbaar. —r, s. twistredenaar. Disqualif ication (dis-kw01-if-ti-kee'sjun), a. onbevoegdheid. —y (-kwori-faj), v. a. onbevoegd waken. Disquiet (dia-kwarit), a. onrust. —, a. —1y, ad. rusteloos; ongerust. —, v. a. verontrusten; kwellen. —er, a. verontruster. —neat, —ude (-tjoed), e. onrust, ongeruetheid. Disquisition (dis-kwi-zierun), a. onderzoek, navorsching. Disregard (die-re-gaardl, a. minachting. —, v. a. minachten, veronachtzamen. —ful, a. —fully, ad. minachtend, veronachtzamend. Disrelish (thz-rel'isj), s. P.fkeer, waig. —, v. a. niet lusten- afkeer hebben van. Disreput able (dis.reploe-tibl), a. —ably, ad. berueht onfatsoenlijk. —ation (tee'sjun) , —e 1-re-pjoet'), a. kwade naam; schande; oneer. Disrespect (die-re-speet'), a. oneerbiedigheid —, v. a. oneerbiedig behandelen. —ful, a. —fully, ad. oneerbiedig. Disrobe (diz-roob'), v. a. ontkleeden; ontblooten. Disruption (die-rup'sjun), a. vaneenscheuren. Dissatist action (dis-set-ie-fek'sjun), a. ontevredenheid, onvoldaanheid. —aetory, a. onvoldoend. —y (-set'is-faj), v. a. onbevredigd laten, niet vcldoen. Dissect (die.s-ekt'), v. a. ontleden. —ible, a. ontleedbaar. —ion (-sek'sjun), a. ontleding. —or, e. ontleder. Disseiz e (die-siez' t, v. a. nit het bezit etooten. —ee s. die nit het bezit geatooten is. . —in, a. wederreebtelijite berooving. —or, a. die iemand ult het bezit stoot. Disseanbl ance (din-sem'blena), a. verschil. —e (-sem'b1), v. a. veinan, vertrclen; v. n. huichelen. —er (-sem'blur), s. veinzer. —ing, a. —inglY ad. huiehelachtig. Dif,sen.ina te (dis-semi-neet), v. a. verspreiden. —tion (-nee'sjun), s. veropreiding. —tor, a. verapreider. Dissensi on (dis-een'sjun), a. oneenigheid, verdeldheid. —out I-ejus), a. twistziek. Dissent Idis-sent'), a. verschil van gevoelen; arscheiding. —, v. n. in meaning verschillen; zich atscheiden. —aneout (-tee'ni-us), a. afwijkend, tegenetrijdig. —er, s. andersgezinde; algescheidene. —tent (-sen'sjent), a. verechilland. Dissertation (din-sur-tee'sjunl, a. verhandeling. Disserve (die-surv'), v, a. ondienst doer; benadeelen. Disservice (dis-sur'vis), a. ondienat, nadeel. —able, a. ondienstig. Dissever (die-eev'ur), v. a. vaneen acheiden —ance, a. echeiding. Dissiden ce (dis'81-dens► , a. oneenigheid. —t, a. oneenig. Dissillent (die-mil'jent), a vaneen eprIngend. Ulssimll ar (die-rsim'i-ler), a. ougeltjk. —arity 1-ler'it-tih)„ —itude (411-tjoed), a. ongeltilcheld. Dlaelmislation (die-slm-joe-lee'sjun), a. veinzert,

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Tutors are often keen for students of subjects such as Politics or International Relations to participate in Erasmus. It is seen as a great opportunity to study abroad while not having the expense of studying outside the European Union, since the grants available to Erasmus students are not available to those opting to leave the continent to study.
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.[32] For example, more than a quarter of Erasmus participants meet their life partner through it and participation in Erasmus encourages mobility between European countries.[33] 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.[34]

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