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Uitgebreide vertaling voor curtsy (Engels) in het Nederlands

curtsy:

curtsy [the ~] zelfstandig naamwoord

  1. the curtsy (bow)
    de buiging; de nijging
    • buiging [de ~ (v)] zelfstandig naamwoord
    • nijging [de ~ (v)] zelfstandig naamwoord

to curtsy werkwoord (curtsies, curtsied, curtsying)

  1. to curtsy (bow)
    eerbied tonen; buigen

Conjugations for curtsy:

present
  1. curtsy
  2. curtsy
  3. curtsies
  4. curtsy
  5. curtsy
  6. curtsy
simple past
  1. curtsied
  2. curtsied
  3. curtsied
  4. curtsied
  5. curtsied
  6. curtsied
present perfect
  1. have curtsied
  2. have curtsied
  3. has curtsied
  4. have curtsied
  5. have curtsied
  6. have curtsied
past continuous
  1. was curtsying
  2. were curtsying
  3. was curtsying
  4. were curtsying
  5. were curtsying
  6. were curtsying
future
  1. shall curtsy
  2. will curtsy
  3. will curtsy
  4. shall curtsy
  5. will curtsy
  6. will curtsy
continuous present
  1. am curtsying
  2. are curtsying
  3. is curtsying
  4. are curtsying
  5. are curtsying
  6. are curtsying
subjunctive
  1. be curtsied
  2. be curtsied
  3. be curtsied
  4. be curtsied
  5. be curtsied
  6. be curtsied
diverse
  1. curtsy!
  2. let's curtsy!
  3. curtsied
  4. curtsying
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

Vertaal Matrix voor curtsy:

Zelfstandig NaamwoordVerwante vertalingenAndere vertalingen
buiging bow; curtsy bend; bending; curve; tribute; twisting
nijging bow; curtsy
- curtsey
WerkwoordVerwante vertalingenAndere vertalingen
buigen bow; curtsy arch; bend; bow; bow in honour; curve
eerbied tonen bow; curtsy
- bob; curtsey
OverVerwante vertalingenAndere vertalingen
- curtsey; curtseying; curtsying

Verwante woorden van "curtsy":

  • curtsying, curtsies

Synoniemen voor "curtsy":


Verwante definities voor "curtsy":

  1. bending the knees; a gesture of respect made by women1
  2. make a curtsy; usually done only by girls and women; as a sign of respect1
    • She curtsied when she shook the Queen's hand1
  3. bend the knees in a gesture of respectful greeting1



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