Dutch Netherlands

huidhonger

Word USED On Rare Occasion BY Some People

(noun) • (skinhunger) • The unfulfilled desire of another person's touch (non-romantic).

“Sinds het begin van de lockdown heeft zij last van huidhonger.”

“From the beginning of the lockdown she has been suffering from skin hunger.”

Confirmed by 2 people

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English English speaking countries

buy-cott

Word USED On Rare Occasion BY People Opposing Protests

(n.) • Going out of your way to buy from a certain brand that has been boycotted.

“I’ve been buying a lot of t-shirts as part of a buy-cott to save a local business from going under”

Confirmed by 8 people

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Dutch Netherlands

boteren

Word USED On Rare Occasion BY Some People

(v.) • (to butter) • If it butters between two people it means they get along. Can be used in negative form (e.g. “it doesn’t butter between x and y”) when people don’t get along.

“Het botert de laatste tijd goed tussen de twee zussen”

“It butters good lately between the two sisters”

Confirmed by 2 people

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Dutch Netherlands

voorgevoel

Word USED On Occasion BY Everyone

(n.) • (prefeeling) • A feeling something is about to happen. Can be used in both a positive and a negative sense.

“Ik heb hier geen goed voorgevoel over.”

“I don’t have a good prefeeling about this.”

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Dutch Netherlands

kloppen

Word USED Frequently BY Everyone

(v.) • (to beat) • To be right or be correct

"Klopt dit?" "Nee, volgens mij klopt dat niet"

"Does this beat?" "No, I think it doesn't beat"

Confirmed by 3 people

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Dutch Netherlands

chill

Word USED Frequently BY People Under 30

(adj.) • (chill) • Used as an interjection for something that's "nice" or "great", or in a sentence for things you like. Frequently used in combination with the word "echt" (really) and can also be combined with "niet" (not) for something that sucks.

"M'n baas heeft me morgen vrij gegeven" "Chill!"

"My boss gave me the day off tomorrow" "Nice"

Confirmed by 3 people

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Dutch Netherlands

niet chill

Word USED On Occasion BY People Under 30

(adj.) • (not chill) • Used for something that sucks

"Echt niet chill dat ik nu ook op zaterdagen moet werken"

"Really not chill that I now also have to work on Saturdays"

French France

un troquet

Word USED Frequently BY Everyone

(noun) • A local cafe or bar. Often a relaxed and informal place.

"Je pris un café au troquet."

"I had a coffee at the local cafe."

Italian Italy and Switzerland

spagnoletta

Word USED On Occasion BY Lombards and Swiss people

(n.) • (little female Spaniard) • It means "peanut".

"A Capodanno non possono mai mancare le spagnolette!"

"Peanuts can't ever miss for New Year's!"

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English Yorkshire, United Kingdom

mardy

Word USED On Occasion BY Some People

(adj.) • Used to describe someone who is sulking or in a bad mood.

"I'd leave her alone, she's being mardy today."

English Manchester, United Kingdom

ginnel

Word USED On Occasion BY Some People

(n.) • Used to describe an alley or passageway between houses.

"I walked my dog through the ginnel to get to the park."

English Manchester , United Kingdom

chuffed

Word USED Frequently BY Some People

(adj.) • Used to express satisfaction and happiness.

"I'm chuffed with my new trainers".

Italian Switzerland

natel

Word USED Frequently BY Everyone

(n.) • This is what the Italian Swiss call their phones.

"Ho dimenticato il natel a casa! E adesso come faccio a chiamare Lucia?"

"I forgot my phone at home! How will I call Lucy now?"

Dutch | Rotterdams Rotterdam, Netherlands

krotenkoker

Word USED On Occasion BY Most People

(n.) • (beet cooker) • Stupid person; weirdo; asshole

“Let eens op waar je loopt man, krotenkoker!“

“Watch where you're walking, beet cooker!“

Dutch Netherlands

voorpret

Word USED On Occasion BY Everyone

(n.) • (pre fun) • The joy you experience in anticipation of something fun. Often used in combination with the word "dikke" (thick or fat).

"Heb je zin in de vakantie" "Ja man, ik heb dikke voorpret"

"Are you excited about your vacation?" "Yes man, I am having thick beforefun"

Confirmed by 2 people

Italian Italy

Piantala!

Word USED Frequently BY Everyone

(v.) • (Plant it!) • Meaning "stop it", it's used when you want someone to quit annoying you.

"Non voglio più saperne dei tuoi scherzi! Piantala!"

"Enough of your pranks! Plant it!"

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English United States

copaganda

Word USED On Occasion BY Antifacists

(n.) • Combination of the words “cop” and “propaganda”. Used for media that promotes the police and/or shows them in a positive light.

“Say what you want, but Paw Patrol is pure copaganda.”

Confirmed by 4 people

Dutch Netherlands

nagenieten

Word USED On Occasion BY Everyone

(v.) • (to afterenjoy) • It means to take enjoyment in something after the fact, when something is not yet a distant memory. It’s generally used when you come home from for example a vacation, concert, and you are still feeling the enjoyment.

“Hoe was de vakantie?” “Heel fijn, ik ben nog lekker aan het nagenieten”

“How was your vacation?” “Very nice, I’m still afterenjoying”

Confirmed by 3 people

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Spanish Mexico

la neta

Word USED On Occasion BY Everyone

(n.) • (the truth) • A more colloquial word that used to mean "the truth," and when used, emphasizes the truthfulness of what was said.

“¿neta wey?”

“for real?“

Confirmed by 6 people

Romanian Moldova

de-atâta

Word USED On Occasion BY EVERYONE

(adverb) • (because) • Became very popular in common speech after president Igor Dodon used it as an answer to a provocative question addressed by journalists.

"De ce nu purtați mască? De-atâta!"

"Why don't you wear a mask? Because!"