"Het horloge zit in de portemonnee."
Translation:The watch is in the wallet.
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The thing is, portemonnee is wallet. If broke into half, it is porte-monnee; porte is like port, portable etc. monnee exactly resembles money in English
However I googled monnee, there is no such word in Dutch (money is geld) and then it becomes quite strange to me. Is Monnee a french word? or it is an obsolete word?
It's French actually. It consist of the words 'porter', which means 'to carry', and 'monnaie', which is 'coin' or 'money'.
If you put those words together, and you pronounce it like the French, you (kind of) get 'portemonnee'. :)