Dutch Word: of
English Meaning: 1. or 2. and 3. whether

Example Sentences:

Het is een kwestie van leven of dood.
It's a matter of life and death.
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Wilt u koffie of thee?
Do you want coffee or tea?
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Hou je van tulpen of van rozen?
Do you like tulips or roses?
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Ik vraag me vaak af of ik op een dag beroemd zal zijn.
I often wonder, whether I will be famous one day.
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Oesters kunnen gekookt of ongekookt gegeten worden.
Oysters can be eaten cooked or uncooked.
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Is je broer ouder of jonger dan jij?
Is your brother older or younger than you?
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Houd je van roze of van rode rozen?
Do you like pink or red roses?
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