Dat ziet er lekker uit?

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Dat ziet er lekker uit?

Post by Dirtyfishydishcloth » Sun Oct 07, 2012 12:01 pm

Hallo everyone! Does the expression "Dat ziet er lekker uit" mean "this is delicious"? If not, what does it mean? Moreover, is there any difference between lekker and heerlijk or their meaning is pretty the same? Thank you in advance! :)

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Re: Dat ziet er lekker uit?

Post by Quetzal » Sun Oct 07, 2012 12:49 pm

Dirtyfishydishcloth wrote:Hallo everyone! Does the expression "Dat ziet er lekker uit" mean "this is delicious"? If not, what does it mean? Moreover, is there any difference between lekker and heerlijk or their meaning is pretty the same? Thank you in advance! :)
It means "this looks tasty/good/...". "Heerlijk" is stronger than "lekker", I would translate "heerlijk" as "delicious" and "lekker" as "tasty" or "good" or so.

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