Welterusten is the word for sleep well. This is the translation
from English to Dutch.
Slapen is how you say "Sleep" in Dutch.
Weltrusten (rest well) or Slaap lekker (sleep well)
they don't use 'sweet dreams' in dutch... if you want to wish someone to 'sleep well' you can say 'slaap lekker'. 'dreams' is in dutch 'dromen'
Slaap lekker is a Dutch equivalent of 'Sleep well' or 'Have a good sleep'.
You can say "hey" in Dutch as well. But for saying "hello" in Dutch you can say "hallo" of "hoi".
'sweet dreams' is in Dutch 'slaap lekker' (sleep well) or 'slaap zacht'
how to sleep well
In general goedenacht, when you also go to sleep people say welterusten ;)
Sleep well or Have a good sleep may be English equivalents of 'Slaap lekker'.
How do you say Please feel better and sleep well beautiful!
alles is goed
I'm well in dutch is more like a sentence Met mij gaat het goed - I am doing well
Goede nacht is a Dutch equivalent of 'Good night'. Welterusten means 'Rest well'. Slaap lekker means 'Have a good sleep'.
"moe ʻoluʻolu" Sleep pleasantly.
The Romanian language equivalent for did you sleep well is ai dormit bine ?
ik hoop dat het goed met je gaat. This is the translation of Hope, you are well in Dutch.
Depends on the name. Ask a native Dutch person who can speak Dutch well.
goed gedaan! (well done)
sleep well = lee-SHOHN TOHV (×œ×™×©×•×Ÿ ×˜×•×‘)
"Sleep well" is translated as "نام جيد", from English to Arabic, and is pronounced as "nam jeyid".
You would say: dormi bene.
'Heeft u goed geslapen?' (polite form), 'Heb je goed geslapen?', or colloquially: 'Goed geslapen?'
Did you sleep well? is 'as-tu bien dormi ?' or 'est-ce que tu as bien dormi ?' or as-tu pass
Some say it's the Daughter of Dutch, and it has some similarities but it's absolutely not the same. It also has a mix of other languages as well.
It means: Duerme bien.
The well... i dont know how to say this to you but... they sleep
Você dormiu bem ?
well doctors say that the best thing is to do when you have had a head injury is sleep (yess)
Please in Dutch is: alstublieft [als-two-blee-ft] Thank you in Dutch is: dankuwel [dan-ku-well - the a sounds like the a in 'car' and the 'u' like the u in 'tutor']
Just the same as in English: "team". You pronounce it the same way as well.
¿Dormiste bien? / ¿Has dormido bien?
How do you say Larissa in Dutch
You say: 'Uitspreken' in dutch
Hoe zeg je dit in het nederlands is a Dutch equivalent of 'How do you say this in Dutch'. Hoe zeg je dit woord in het nederlands is a Dutch equivalent of 'How do you say this word in Dutch'.
Sleep well is an English equivalent of 'Welterusten'. The word in Dutch is in the imperative form, as a command. But it's a kindly greeting to give someone.
In Dutch you say "interieur" or "inwendig".
gefeliciteerd holland, goed gedaan is the translation. This is the translation for congratulations holland, well done.
In Dutch they use "mooi." In Flemish they say "schoon" what means "clean" in Dutch.
"schlaf schön" is the correct term.
Translation: Namta jayedan? (نمت جيداً؟)
nimt kuwayes ya habibi
English: Sleep well Afrikaans: ( Lekker slaap)
They didn't sleep well
dont no but in greek it is sagapole
You would say: buona notte e dormi bene.
"Ezechiël" is how you say "Ezekiel" in Dutch.
The container usually will say "dutch processed" on it. If its unsweetened, it will say that as well. Also, if you were to taste it, it will be extremely bitter if its unsweetened.
"Good night" = "Goede nacht". However, if you say good night to a good friend or a family member, "slaapwel"/"slaapzacht" (sleep tight) en "welterusten" (litt. have a nice rest, i.e. sleep) are used more frequently.
They suffocate from their own dutch ovens.