Dutch English Dictionary

Nederlands, Vlaams - English

eenvoudig in English:

1. plain plain


I think a plain dress will look more elegant than a patterned one.
Soba is made of buckwheat flour, and udon and kishimen are made of plain wheat flour.
Most of the plain, simple, everyday things he desires can be secured by people of average means.
Plenty of stalls selling fried rattlesnake, rattlesnake kebabs, barbecued rattler, or just plain baked rattlesnake.
plain furnishing
Plain English is a shortcut to the goal of language learning.
Your opinion is off the mark. That's plain to anyone.
The spacious plain spread as far as the eye can see, dotted with groves here and there.
A nudnik who believes he's profound is even worse than just a plain nudnik.
At no time does the plain look so perfect as in early autumn.
I think putting thieves to death is not lawful; and it is plain and obvious that it is absurd and of ill consequence to the commonwealth that a thief and a murderer should be equally punished.
Ms. Yamada translated the fascinating fairy tale into plain Japanese.
Stracciatella ice-cream is nothing but a plain ice-cream with chocolate chips.
Please ensure you always include a link-back in your replies. ">>" in plain ASCII + number (e.g. >>1).
Her clothes were old and dirty, and she wore a tight, plain cap over her beautiful blonde hair.

English word "eenvoudig"(plain) occurs in sets:

ENGELS A2 UNIT 3 LESSON 1

2. straightforward straightforward


She's really straightforward.
He is usually straightforward and sincere and thereby gains the confidence of those who meet him.
It is a straightforward, pragmatic amendment to meet a specific need.
simple and easy to understand [≠ complicated] This area of law is far from straightforward (=complicated).
When the design emerged it was surprisingly simple and straightforward. expand_more
My father is a hard-working, straightforward, and modest person.
We have to be ready not only for a straightforward test of strength, but also for a struggle in which every strategy comes into play.
I prefer a straightforward man like him.
It's a very complex issue to which there is no straightforward answer. It would seem to be a general truth that nothing is as straightforward as it at first seems.
The directions you gave me were very straightforward, thank you.
straightforward instructions a straightforward person
straightforward influense
We would rather just get straightforward information from the high school.
Making a clean separation between the "useful" and the "useless" is about as straightforward as drawing the fine line between water and ice.

English word "eenvoudig"(straightforward) occurs in sets:

Engels A2 hoofdstuk 5 les 3

3. simple simple


That's simple.
An intellectual is a man who says a simple thing in a difficult way; an artist is a man who says a difficult thing in a simple way.
As shown above, it is possible to obtain ample profit and customers with truly simple know-how that anyone can do!
This drama is missing something. All it is is a simple cautionary tale with no real depth.
The people of old were simple through honesty; the people of today are clever through artificiality.
What do you mean? Dima asked, but burped, for if he remained silent, this sentence would be too simple.
It is even becoming accepted even in exam-English that that called "simple future tense" does not exist.
Leading a fulfilling life really comes down to a simple question: When you turn off the lights at night and your head is on the pillow, what do you hear? Your soul singing or Satan laughing?
There was a very simple reason for this: their planet was cooling down internally and would become uninhabitable within 500 years.
Why do people add simple and common sentences such as "hello", "how are you", etc.?
We are shaped by every culture, drawn from every end of the Earth, and dedicated to a simple concept: E pluribus unum: "Out of many, one."
Women are directly adapted to act as the nurses and educators of our early childhood, for the simple reason that they themselves are childish, foolish, and short-sighted.
Everyone who uses Esperanto or works for it, is an Esperantist, and every Esperantist has the complete right, in Esperanto, to see only the language as a simple, cold tool for international comprehension.