"It is my only dress."
Translation:Het is mijn enige jurk.
'Enkele' means 'a few', and 'enige' means 'only'. ('Enkele' is the plural form of 'enige')
According to van Dale, 'enkele' is the plural form of 'enige'. ;)
Interesting. Wiktionary does not explicitly mention it (the meanings of 'enkele' and 'enige' speak for themselves though). I'll have a look into it later today, if I can find my dictionary.
Ah, I think I switched it. xD It's the other way around, isn't it? 'Enige' is the (or a) plural of 'enkele'. Now I'm confusing myself. I'll look into it later tomorrow.. :)
'Jurk' is a 'de woord', so there is an 'e' at the end.
- één enkele jurk
- één enkel huis