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Dutch-English translation for: zij
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Dictionary Dutch English: zij

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NOUN   de zij | -
zij {pron}
3
she
zij {pron}
2
they
zij- {adj}side
textiel zij {de}silk
ze / zij zullenthey will
Zij waren met hun drieën.The three of them were together.
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