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"De aardbei is lekker."

Translation:The strawberry is delicious.

1 year ago

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I've seen lekker rendered as both tasty and delicious. In English, "tasty" is OK, pretty good, nice, but "delicious" is much more intense, superb, fantastic, great. Does lekker cover both ranges in Dutch? How can I congratulate a host on a really excellent meal? Will lekker suffice?

3 months ago

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if you really want to give a compliment you could use 'heerlijk' (delicious), instead of 'lekker' (tasty). the foremost meaning is regarding food, but the use of these words is much wider.

2 months ago

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Could you use the adjective "heerlijk"?

6 months ago

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Yep.

Note that it makes the starwbery even more delicious if you do so. ;)

2 months ago

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How can lekker mean tasty and delicious?

1 week ago