Definition of 'Dane'
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Joe Stephens went with the Dane Soren, Red with Lawrence Rose. THE MAIN CAGES (2002)The original idea goes back a long way but in Western Europe now it originates with a Finn followed by a Dane called Karl Kroyer. THE GWEN JOHN SCULPTUREHe didn't care for Claude, but as the Dane had said, one took what one got. CORMORANT
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Translations for 'Dane'
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
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