smaak


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smaak

(smɑːk)
vb
slang (tr) South African to like, love, or be keen on (someone or something)
[from Afrikaans]
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(13) Die sintuiglike gewaarwordinge van smaak en reuk is onlosmaaklik verbind.
Dutch trio Kraak & Smaak were named as a "must-see live band" by dance music magazine IDJ, taking a respectable place alongside Moby, The Chemical Brothers and The Prodigy.
Sozopol Fest-July Morning: Jazzanova, Kraak & Smaak, Incognito, The Sweet Vandals, Nik Weston, Onur Engin, Tri O Five, Milenita, Beloslava, Kottarashky Live Band, Dirty Purchase.
A lot of these tunes are unknown but Kraak and Smaak sure do make them dammed attractive.
(10.) Gert-Jan Johannes, De barometer van de smaak. Tijdschriften in Nederland 1770-1830 (The Hague, 1995).
Opstellen over smaak, habitus en het veldbegrip [Essays on taste, habit and the field concept].
Also returning to the stage will be Dutch trio Kraak & Smaak who entertained at Glastonbury crowd this summer.
Als een abrupte smaak die losbarst in je mond een stortbui in het hartje van de zomer.
The next cruise in the North Sea Sounds series is a funk and soul special presented by Jumpin' Hot Club, with a range of top acts including the Brand New Heavies, the Craig Charles Funk & Soul Club, Kraak & Smaak and Smoove & Turrell.
Constellations in the Baltic Triangle is the venue for the relaunch party which sees sets from Dutch producers Kraak and Smaak. The trio will be joined by residents Mr Paul and Michael Williams, Pooky (the Peoples Balearic Disco) and Barney Rosenthal (Pagoda).
I Am Anushka, Sons of Kenet and Kraak and Smaak also delighted before Omar Souleyman took to the stage.