Dutch English Dictionary

Nederlands, Vlaams - English

kelder in English:

1. basement basement

The burglar locked the couple in the basement.
She went down to the basement.
He's in the basement
He has a large house with a basement.
I don't want to go down to the basement. There's something down there.
My neighbours who built their house upon a rock ended up with a damp basement.
The basement has been made over into a workshop.
I like spending time in my basement.
My home has a basement.
These are the steps leadning down to the basements.
I keep my bike in the basement
I'm afraid to go to the basement at night.
Our bicycles are kept in the basement.
There is no basement in my house
The basement of his house is constantly inundated with inexplicable water leaks.

English word "kelder"(basement) occurs in sets:

engels voca 1 hoofdstuk 6
Hoofdstuk 5&6 Engels-Nederlands

2. cellar cellar

The cellar is ugly, dark, and stinky.
If you want any more wine, go to the cellar and get some.
We spent all of that night, the next day, and the next night in the cellar.
The gunfire was getting worse, so we ran down to our cellar.
Our team is in the cellar.
I have two three-phase power generators in my cellar.
What about the tall grass you left over by the cellar door?
A cellar was dug on top of the hill and they slowly moved the house from the road to the hill.
The girls were trussed up and left in a cellar.
I realized then that this awful cellar was the only place that could save our lives.
I heard screaming down from your cellar. Is everythink is ok? Noooooo...
My cellar is under my flat.
Why do new Irish houses have no cellars or utility rooms?
wine should be in a cool dark cellar
The cellar downstairs is always cool, and handy for storage.

English word "kelder"(cellar) occurs in sets:

17. About houses (1)