The English term "full-grown, grown-up" matches the Dutch term "meerderjarig"

other english words that include "grown" : dutch :
grown-up, full-grown mondig
other english words that include "up" : dutch :
to, upon, towards, toward, beside, by, at aan
party, adherents, followers, supporters, disciples aanhang
supporter, adept, member aanhanger
recuperate, convalesce aansterken
supply, arrival, arrivals aanvoer
complementary, supplementary aanvullend
occupant aanwezige
abrupt, abruptly abrupt
supersign accent
supersign accentteken
eightfold, octuple achtvoudig
topical, current, present-day, up-to-date, present actueel
acupuncturist acupuncteur
acupuncture acupunctuur
supporter, adept adept
unhook, uncouple afhaken
uncouple afkoppelen
verify, audit, supervise aflezen
occupation, handicraft ambacht
Eros, Cupid Amor
supper avondeten
supper avondmaal
bankrupt bankroet
upset, perplexed, dazed bedremmeld
perplexed, upset, dazed beduusd
occupy, clothe bekleden
supporter, adept beoefenaar
occupation, handicraft, vocation, profession beroep
garnish, occupy, trim, comprise beslaan
dazed, perplexed, upset beteuterd
occupy bezetten
arrivals, supply, arrival bezorging
superstition bijgeloof
superstitious bijgelovig
make-up blanketsel
coupon bon
blunt, bone, rough, crude, raw, abrupt bot
abruptly botweg
upstairs boven
upper bovenste
abrupt bruusk
supervise, verify, audit checken
coupé compartiment
supervise, verify, audit controleren
coupé coupé
coupon coupon
Cupid, Eros Cupido
stupid, dull, cathedral, foolish dom
couple echtelieden
couple echtpaar
backup een backup maken
backup een backup maken van
Euphrates Eufraat
dull, stupid flauw
voluptuous geil
magnificent, grand, superb, grandiose grandioos
bevy, collection, group groep
group groepering
grandiose, magnificent, superb, grand groots
occupation, handicraft, handiwork handwerk
hiccough, hiccup hikken
header, pate, superscription hoofd
hypothesis, supposition hypothese
superintendant, steward intendant
interrupt interrumperen
interruption interruptie
Jove, Jupiter Jupiter
ticket, coupon, note kaartje
supersign kapje
sideboard, closet, cupboard kast
paid-up kiet
cupcake koekje
dome, pavilion, cupola koepel
heading, cup, pate kop
cup kopje
abruptly, abrupt kortaf
supporters, party, following, disciples, adherents leden
empty, vacant, unoccupied, void leeg
make-up make-up
puppet, marionette marionet
steward, superintendant meier
suppose, deem, believe menen
opinion, supposition mening
grown-up, full-grown mondig
cupcake, witticism, blot, joke mop
duplicate, multiply multipliceren
upwards, up naar boven
after-treatment, follow-up nabehandeling
up, upwards omhoog
vacant, unoccupied, free onbezet
interrupt onderbreken
interruption onderbreking
quell, suffocate, suppress onderdrukken
supposition, hypothesis onderstelling
superficial, shallow ondiep
stupid, innocent, naif, guiltless, naïve, dull onnozel
uncouple ontkoppelen
upon, worn, up, upwards, exhausted, on op
convalesce, recuperate op verhaal komen
unoccupied, vacant, free open
suppress opkroppen
superior opperste
superficial, shallow, shallowly oppervlakkig
superscription opschrift
upholster opvullen
upwards, up opwaarts
tousle, upholster opzetten
steward, superintendant, checker, controller opzichter
superfluous, overflowing overbodig
overflowing, superfluous overtollig
superb, grand, grandiose, magnificent overweldigend
superimpose plaatsen bovenop
pluperfect plusquamperfectum
superior prevalent
larder, store-cupboard, pantry provisiekast
paid-up quitte
buttercup ranonkel
make-up schmink
euphonious schoonklinkend
interrupt schorsen
interruption schorsing
lean, support, sustain schragen
dull, stupid simpel
syrup siroop
soup soep
steep, abrupt steil
suppose stellen
support, groan, lean, sustain steunen
syrup stroop
support, lean, sustain stutten
superior superieur
supermarket supermarkt
tomato-soup tomatensoep
coupé treincoupé
coterie, band, clique, troupe, gang, junto troep
superman übermensch
upload uploaden
repulse, suppress verdringen
conjecture, suppose, surmise vermoeden
duplicate verveelvoudigen
close-up, foreground voorgrond
coupon voucher
vacant, sufficiently, unoccupied vrij
upholster, fill vullen
euphonious welluidend
voluptuous, sensual, sensuous wellustig
voluptuous wulps


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.