I was under the impression that "lopen" means "to walk" in Dutch (even if it is "to run" in Flemish). Is there a particular reason it's being used as "run" here?
Running competitions are an exception, so one also loopt the 60m sprint. I'm not sure why .
Good to know...thanks! As its German counterpart, "laufen," means both "run" and "walk," I'm already used to this verb being a bit more trouble than it's worth. ;)
Wondering why "liep" is used rather than "rende."