Short Dutch words

Can you translate all these short Dutch words into English ones?
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Last updated: October 19, 2015
First submittedJune 26, 2012
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Dutch
English
Vlag
Flag
Koe
Cow
Vork
Fork
Boek
Book
Kaas
Cheese
Molen
Windmill
Vis
Fish
Thuis
Home
Dutch
English
Oog
Eye
Muis
Mouse
Dicht
Closed
Huis
House
Hoe
How
Kok
Cook
Snor
Mustache
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Level 21
Aug 20, 2012
<3 <3
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Level 20
Dec 14, 2013
accept moustache because that is the english spelling
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Level 38
Jul 27, 2015
I think you sould accept home for huis and also chef for kok.
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Level 36
Aug 11, 2015
I agree with you on the chef part, i'll add that. Thanks you! But I already included thuis for home, a huis=house doesn't necessarily has to be a home.
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Level 52
Oct 10, 2015
Moustache is with ou
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Level 36
Oct 19, 2015
Both Mustache and Moustache are correct. Mustache is more used. Moustache will be correct too.
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Level 37
Jun 14, 2017
Ok, people. HUIS = HOUSE

THUIS - Means "at home" (Ik ben thuis = I am home)

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Level 43
Jun 12, 2020
"Dicht" is a bit problematic, because it has a lot more meanings and only "closed" counts. It can mean poem/poetry, express something near in close proximity, not only closed but also sealed and it can be the dense in "densely populated/forested".

How about "tulp" instead? Even shorter, not many meanings and associated with the Netherlands.

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Level 51
Jan 26, 2021
Could you add 'shut' for dicht as well as closed? I would also agree with adding poem, it's not like people will guess it accidentally.