Definition of 'Dane'
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Joe Stephens went with the Dane Soren, Red with Lawrence Rose. THE MAIN CAGES (2002)He didn't care for Claude, but as the Dane had said, one took what one got. CORMORANT
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British English: Dane /deɪn/ NOUN
A Dane is a person who comes from Denmark.
A win for the Danes put them in the finals.
- American English: Dane
- Arabic: دَانْـمَرْكِيّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: dinamarquês
- Chinese: 丹麦人
- Croatian: Danac
- Czech: Dán
- Danish: dansker
- Dutch: Deen
- European Spanish: danés
- Finnish: tanskalainen henkilö
- French: Danois
- German: Däne
- Greek: Δανός
- Italian: danese
- Japanese: デンマーク人
- Korean: 덴마크 사람
- Norwegian: danske
- Polish: Duńczyk
- European Portuguese: dinamarquês
- Romanian: danez
- Russian: датчанин
- Spanish: danés
- Swedish: dansk
- Thai: ชาวเดนมาร์ก
- Turkish: Danimarkalı
- Ukrainian: данець
- Vietnamese: người Đan Mạch
Definition of Dane from the Collins English Dictionary
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