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Id: 71 Idiom: ain bie (de) poot had hebben , Dialect: Hogelandsters
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ainbie(de)poothadhebben
someonebythe.SG.NNpawhave.PTCPhave
to fool someone (Lit.: to have had someone by the paw)
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Id: 72 Idiom: aan (de) grond liggen , Dialect: Hogelandsters
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aan(de)grondliggen
onthe.SG.NNgroundlie
to have come down in the world (Lit.: to lie on the ground)
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Id: 73 Idiom: 't gras kennen heuren wassen/gruien , Dialect: Hogelandsters
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'tgraskennenheurenwassen/gruien
the.SG.Ngrasscanheargrow/grow
to be cocky, conceited (Lit.: to be able to hear the grass grow)
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Id: 74 Idiom: ain (de) mantel oetvegen , Dialect: Hogelandsters
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ain(de)manteloetvegen
someonethe.SG.NNcloakclean_out
to rebuke, punish someone (Lit.: to clean someone the cloak out)
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Id: 75 Idiom: achter (de) hand hol'n , Dialect: Hogelandsters
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achter(de)handhol'n
behindthe.SG.NNhandkeep
to keep s.th. for a rainy day (Lit.: to keep behind the hand)
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Id: 76 Idiom: 'n bult strōnt om hakken hebben , Dialect: Hogelandsters
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'nbultstrontomhakkenhebben
aheapdungaroundheelshave
to have a haughty manner, to brag (Lit.: to have a pile of shit on one's heels)
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Id: 77 Idiom: 'n kop teunen , Dialect: Hogelandsters
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'nkopteunen
aheadshow
to be headstrong after being rebuked, from a child (Lit.: to show a head)
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Id: 78 Idiom: 'n slechte piep rooken , Dialect: Hogelandsters
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'nslechtepieprooken
abadpipesmoke
to come off badly, to suffer damage or loss (Lit.: to smoke a bad pipe)
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Id: 79 Idiom: ʼn tumel holʼn , Dialect: Hogelandsters
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ʼntumelholʼn
atumbleget
to make a mistake, to overindulge and get discredited for it (Lit.: to get a tumble)
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Id: 80 Idiom: achter (de) pet zitten , Dialect: Hogelandsters
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achter(de)petzitten
behindthe.SG.NNcapsit
to pray or say grace before dinner (Lit.: to sit behind one's cap)
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Id: 81 Idiom: om (de) kop lopen; het lopt mie om (de) kop , Dialect: Hogelandsters
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om(de)koplopen;hetloptmieom(de)kop
aroundthe.SG.NNheadwalk;itwalksmearoundthe.SG.NNhead
to have (too) many things on your mind, to be extremely busy (Lit.: to walk around the head; it walks me around the head)
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Id: 82 Idiom: niks oet (de) stee kennen zetten , Dialect: Hogelandsters
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niksoet(de)steekennenzetten
nothingoutthe.SG.NNspotcanput
to not have the energy to get anything done, to be lazy (Lit.: to be unable to move anything out of the spot)
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Id: 83 Idiom: oet ('t) stuur komen/zijn , Dialect: Hogelandsters
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oet('t)stuurkomen/zijn
outthe.SG.Nrulecome/be
to be upset, confused (Lit.: to come/be out of rule)
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Id: 84 Idiom: 't an (de) loop hebben , Dialect: Hogelandsters
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'tan(de)loophebben
itonthe.SG.NNwalkhave
to get something going (Lit.: to have it on the walk)
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Id: 85 Idiom: aan (de) kladder wezen / op (de) kletter wezen , Dialect: Hogelandsters
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aan(de)kladderwezen/op(de)kletterwezen
onthe.SG.NNrattlebe/onthe.SG.NNrattlebe
to be on the run (for a horse), to be on a spree, on the loose (Lit.: to be on the rattle (=sound of horse's hooves))
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Id: 89 Idiom: ain de woorden oet (de) keel/strut mouten hoalen , Dialect: Hogelandsters
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aindewoordenoet(de)keel/strutmoutenhoalen
someonethe.PLwordsoutthe.SG.NNthroat/gulletmustpull
someone never says anything, is not a sociable person (Lit.: to have to pull the words out of someone)
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Id: 90 Idiom: 'r tegen bosseln mouten , Dialect: Hogelandsters
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'rtegenbosselnmouten
thereagainstbrushmust
to have to struggle hard, work against something (Lit.: to have to brush against it)
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Id: 91 Idiom: met ain kennen aiden en plougen , Dialect: Hogelandsters
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metainkennenaidenenplougen
withsomeonecanharrowandplough
to get along well with someone (Lit.: to be able to harrow and plough with someone)
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Id: 92 Idiom: gain bijn an grond kennen kriegen , Dialect: Hogelandsters
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gainbijnangrondkennenkriegen
nolegongroundcanget
to have no succes at something, to stay behind for instance in a game (Lit.: to get no leg on the ground)
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Id: 93 Idiom: ain (de) rogge toudraien , Dialect: Hogelandsters
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ain(de)roggetoudraien
someonethe.SG.NNbackat_turn
to turn one's back on someone (Lit.: to turn the back at someone)
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Id: 94 Idiom: (de) bek op 't rechte stee hebben , Dialect: Hogelandsters
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(de)bekop'trechtesteehebben
the.SG.NNmouthonthe.SG.Nstraightspothave
to be a good speaker, to talk easily (Lit.: to have one's mouth on the right spot)
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Id: 95 Idiom: mit (de) mond vol tannen stoan , Dialect: Hogelandsters
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mit(de)mondvoltannenstoan
withthe.SG.NNmouthfullteethstand
to be at a loss for words, be tongue-tied (Lit.: to stand with the mouth full of teeth)
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Id: 96 Idiom: mit ('t) verkeerde bijn oet ('t) ber stapt zijn , Dialect: Hogelandsters
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mit('t)verkeerdebijnoet('t)berstaptzijn
withthe.SG.Nwronglegoutthe.SG.Nbedstep.PTCPbe
to have gotten out of bed on the wrong side, be bad-tempered (Lit.: to have stepped out of bed with the wrong leg)
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Id: 97 Idiom: ain (de) keel oethangen , Dialect: Hogelandsters
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ain(de)keeloethangen
someonethe.SG.NNthroatout_hang
to be fed up with something (Lit.: to hang someone out the throat)
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Id: 98 Idiom: ain dicht op (de) hoed zitten , Dialect: Hogelandsters
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aindichtop(de)hoedzitten
someonecloseonthe.SG.NNskinsit
to sit so close to someone that you touch them, to keep on at someone (Lit.: to sit someone close on the skin)
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Id: 99 Idiom: ain 't hemd van 't gat vragen , Dialect: Hogelandsters
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ain'themdvan'tgatvragen
someonethe.SG.Nshirtfromthe.SG.Nbuttask
to want to know everything from someone, to pester someone with questions (Lit.: to ask someone the shirt off the butt)
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Id: 100 Idiom: op zien achterste pooten/hakken goan stoan , Dialect: Hogelandsters
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opzienachterstepooten/hakkengoanstoan
onhishindmostlegs/heelsgostand
to rise up in arms, get very cross (Lit.: to go stand on one's hind legs)
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Id: 101 Idiom: 't wel flikken zellen , Dialect: Hogelandsters
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'twelflikkenzellen
itquitepull_offshall
to pull it off, to manage s.th. (Lit.: to surely pull it off)
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Id: 102 Idiom: Den zellen mie de koezen nait meer jeuken , Dialect: Hogelandsters
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Denzellenmiedekoezennaitmeerjeuken
thenshallmethe.PLmolarsnotmoreitch
I will be long dead then. (Lit.: By then, the molars won't itch me any longer)
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Id: 103 Idiom: op zien kop geven , Dialect: Hogelandsters
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opzienkopgeven
onhisheadgive
to give someone a beating, to rebuke someone (Lit.: to give someone on their head)
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Id: 104 Idiom: nait tot vief tellen kennen , Dialect: Hogelandsters
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naittotvieftellenkennen
notuntilfivecountcan
to be or appear stupid, dumb (Lit.: to be unable to count to five)
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Id: 105 Idiom: ergens gain tou aan vast kennen knopen , Dialect: Hogelandsters
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ergensgaintouaanvastkennenknopen
somewherenoropeontightcantie
can't make head or tail of it, to not understand something (Lit.: to be unable to tie any rope to something)
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Id: 889 Idiom: achter (de) pet zitten , Dialect: Hogelandsters
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Vroegerzatzienvaderaaltiedachterdepet,ennuzithaizelfachterdiepet.
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Id: 890 Idiom: achter (de) pet zitten , Dialect: Hogelandsters
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Haizitbijiederemaaltijdachterpet.
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Id: 891 Idiom: achter (de) pet zitten , Dialect: Hogelandsters
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Vroegerzatzienvaderaaltiedachterpet,ennuzithaizelfachterdiepet.
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Id: 892 Idiom: achter (de) pet zitten , Dialect: Hogelandsters
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Vroegerzatzienvaderaaltiedachterpet,ennuzithaizelfachterzienpet.
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Id: 893 Idiom: achter (de) pet zitten , Dialect: Hogelandsters
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Erwerddeurhomachterpetzeten.
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Id: 894 Idiom: achter (de) pet zitten , Dialect: Hogelandsters
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Haizitachter(de)dankbarepet.
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Id: 895 Idiom: achter (de) pet zitten , Dialect: Hogelandsters
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Haizitbijiederemaaltijdachtereenpet.
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Id: 896 Idiom: achter (de) pet zitten , Dialect: Hogelandsters
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Haizitachter(de)rodepet.

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