Dutch English Dictionary

Nederlands, Vlaams - English

spoor in English:

1. trace trace

Is there any trace of the missing child?
A cargo vessel, bound for Athens, sank in the Mediterranean without a trace.
I can trace my ancestors back 200 years.
The police have found no trace of the suspect yet.
The police dog found trace amounts of cocaine in his luggage.
Did the police find any trace of the murderer?
The police looked everywhere and could find no trace of Tom.
He's disappeared without a trace.
When I got back, my bag had disappeared without a trace.
There was a trace of anger in her voice.
Tom says he can trace his ancestors back about 300 years.
By demolishing buildings of bygone times, we wipe out every trace of the past forever.
Media sells a trace of hatred at bargain prices.
After cleaning the windows, there always seems to be a visible trace of dirt.
We must go back to the Middle Ages to trace the origin.

English word "spoor"(trace) occurs in sets:

48. Crime (2)

2. trail trail

I trailed my hand in the water as the boat moved along.
I trailed a suspect.
Let's follow the trails.
Suddenly he found a footprint on the trail.
a forest/mountain trail; a walking/snowshoeing/cross-country skiing trail; also: Presidential candidates were on the campaign trail in Mississippi yesterday.
The fat boy trailed behind the group breathing heavily.
The trail led over Boulder Pass before descending to a lake
Can't you take your shoes off? Look at this trail of muddy footsteps!
Are the trails well marked?
trailing a wheelie suitcase
The trail of blood led to the slaughterhouse. The detective is on the trail of the murderer.
My team was trailing by two goals to one.
If I were a cowboy I would trail you
However, we are not only planning to go on long hikes but also climb as there are a lot of interesting climbing trails for mountaineers in the Tatras.
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