The English term "all" matches the Dutch term "de hele, door"

other english words that include "all" : dutch :
build, construct, level, aim, install aanleggen
enticing, tempting, attractive, alluring aanlokkelijk
fall afvallen
ceaselessly, constantly, continually, continuously aldoor
total, overall algeheel
alloy alliage
alligator alligator
clod, chunk, globe, palm, dance, ball, lump bal
ballast ballast
ballet ballet
balloon, air-balloon ballon
baseball baseball
basketball basketball
tapestry, wallpaper behang
appoint, call benoemen
visitor, caller bezoeker
constantly, continuously, continually bij voortduring
blouse, smock, overalls boezeroen
globe, ball-bearing, sphere, vault bol
stall box
brave, gallant braaf
firecall, fire-alarm brandmelder
Callisto Callisto
valley dal
dance, ball danspartij
valiant, brave, fearless, gallant, courageous dapper
partially, partly deels
thingamajig, whatchamacallit dinges
generally doorgaans
swallow doorslikken
showerstall douchehokje
marriage, really, authentic, genuinely, matrimony echt
gallant, brave, above-board, honest eerlijk
finally, ultimately eindelijk
momentarily, equally even
parallel evenwijdig
equally, also, too evenzeer
install fitten
solid, energetic, brave, gallant flink
sound, shall, go, travel gaan
gallery gaanderij
gall, bile gal
gallery galerie
gallery galerij
Gallic, Gaulish Gallisch
galloon, stripe gallon
gall galnoot
gallop galopperen
passage, corridor, gallery gang
recollect, recall, remember gedenken
whole, entirety, overall, integer, entire, fully geheel
gradual, gradually geleidelijk
smooth, equal, even, equally gelijk
equally gelijkelijk
town-hall, townhall gemeentehuis
little, diminutive, small gering
ordinarily, usually gewoonlijk
thoroughgoing, thoroughly, radically, radical grondig
hall hal
overalls, smock hes
call heten
tall, high, lofty hoog
generally in het algemeen
principally, mainly, especially, specially in het bijzonder
indeed, actually, genuinly inderdaad
engulf, swallow inslikken
install installeren
specially, mainly, chiefly, especially inzonderheid
tallow, suet kaarsvet
small, little, diminutive karig
metalled kei-
metalled keislag-
overalls, smock, keel, blouse kiel
diminutive, little, tiny, small klein
sphere, globe, ball-bearing kloot
globe, bullet, ball-bearing kogel
gradually langzamerhand
cause, allow, let laten
let, allow laten begaan
allow, let laten schieten
alloy legering
alluring, enticing, tasty, tempting lekker
allot loten
balloon, air-balloon luchtballon
little, diminutive, small luttel
Majorca, Mallorca Majorca
alloy metaalmengsel
metal, metallic metalen
indeed, actually metterdaad
little, small, less, diminutive, minus min
fallacious misleidend
orally, oral mondeling
wall muur
wallflower muurbloem
wall-painting muurschildering
wall-tile muurtegel
allegedly naar men zegt
detrimentally, prejudicial, disadvantageous nadelig
natural, naturally natuurlijk
fall neervallen
mention, cite, call, quote noemen
superficial, shallow ondiep
recollect, recall, remember onthouden
appall, dismay onthutsen
appall, dismay ontstellen
appall, dismiss, dismay, sack, fire, discharge ontzetten
original, originally oorspronkelijk
superficial, shallow, shallowly oppervlakkig
parallel parallel
ultimately, finally per saldo
continuously, continually, constantly permanent
gall plantengal
smallpox pokken
wallet portefeuille
town-hall, townhall raadhuis
thoroughly, radically, radical radicaal
suet, tallow reuzel
swallow slikken
tallow, suet smeer
townhall stadhuis
alley, lane steeg
groan, metalled, brick stenen
metalled stenig
pay, fall storten
tallow, suet talg
tallow, suet talk
defy, challenge tarten
partially, partly ten dele
ultimately, finally ten slotte
allusion toespeling
total, sum, full, overall totaal
defy, challenge trotseren
challenge, defy uitdagen
naturally uiteraard
call uitmaken voor
defy, challenge uittarten
valley vallei
fall vallen
naturally van nature
originally van oorsprong
sallow, pale verbleekt
high, lofty, tall verheven
allot verloten
shallowly vluchtig
soccer, football voetbal
especially vooral
Walloon Waals
actually waarachtig
Wallachia, Walachia Walachije
Valhalla, Walhalla Walhalla
Wallonia Wallonië
wall wand
wall-painting wandschildering
waterfall waterval
real, actual, genuinely, truly, really, factual werkelijk
truly, genuinely, really wezenlijk
recall, recollect, remember zich herinneren
hint, allude zinspelen
allusion zinspeling
shall zullen


Dutch as an Influencer
The English language has much to thank Dutch for. Dutch settlers came to the American colonies during the 17th century and added a few words to the vocabulary. Words like Santa Claus, waffle, blink, cookie, bazooka, gin, and iceberg wouldn’t exist without it.
Learning Dutch is Easier for English Speakers
Given the influence Dutch has had on English, it makes sense that Dutch is easier for speakers to learn. This is in part because Dutch, German, and English have similar roots. It’s between English and German. It only has two definite articles, “de” and “het” to English’s one “the” and German’s “der”, “die”, “das”. But Dutch words are more difficult to pronounce. The way words are pronounced indicates to a native speaker whether they’re talking to a second-language speaker.
Dutch is a Melting Pot of Languages
Just as English owes a lot to Dutch for contributing to its vocabulary, Dutch owes the same to other languages. It picked up words like jus d’orange (orange juice) and pantalon from French, mazzel (lucky) and tof (cool) from Hebrew and others. Dutch also incorporates texting and social media slang from English as well as street slang from places like Morocco, the Antilles, and Suriname.