Detailed Translations for ruffle from English to Dutch


to ruffle verb (ruffles, ruffled, ruffling)

  1. to ruffle (offend; put out; upset)
    • ontstemmen verb (ontstem, ontstemt, ontstemde, ontstemden, ontstemd)

Conjugations for ruffle:

  1. ruffle
  2. ruffle
  3. ruffles
  4. ruffle
  5. ruffle
  6. ruffle
simple past
  1. ruffled
  2. ruffled
  3. ruffled
  4. ruffled
  5. ruffled
  6. ruffled
present perfect
  1. have ruffled
  2. have ruffled
  3. has ruffled
  4. have ruffled
  5. have ruffled
  6. have ruffled
past continuous
  1. was ruffling
  2. were ruffling
  3. was ruffling
  4. were ruffling
  5. were ruffling
  6. were ruffling
  1. shall ruffle
  2. will ruffle
  3. will ruffle
  4. shall ruffle
  5. will ruffle
  6. will ruffle
continuous present
  1. am ruffling
  2. are ruffling
  3. is ruffling
  4. are ruffling
  5. are ruffling
  6. are ruffling
  1. be ruffled
  2. be ruffled
  3. be ruffled
  4. be ruffled
  5. be ruffled
  6. be ruffled
  1. ruffle!
  2. let's ruffle!
  3. ruffled
  4. ruffling
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

Translation Matrix for ruffle:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- affray; choker; disturbance; flounce; fray; frill; furbelow; neck ruff; ruff
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
ontstemmen offend; put out; ruffle; upset
- cock; cockle; flick; fluff; mess up; mix; pleat; prance; riffle; ripple; ruffle up; rumple; sashay; shuffle; strut; swagger; tittup; undulate
OtherRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- tousle

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Synonyms for "ruffle":

Related Definitions for "ruffle":

  1. a noisy fight1
  2. a high tight collar1
  3. a strip of pleated material used as a decoration or a trim1
  4. pleat or gather into a ruffle1
    • ruffle the curtain fabric1
  5. disturb the smoothness of1
    • ruffle the surface of the water1
  6. erect or fluff up1
    • the bird ruffled its feathers1
  7. mix so as to make a random order or arrangement1
  8. twitch or flutter1
  9. trouble or vex1
    • ruffle somebody's composure1
  10. discompose1
    • This play is going to ruffle some people1
    • She has a way of ruffling feathers among her colleagues1
  11. to walk with a lofty proud gait, often in an attempt to impress others1
  12. stir up (water) so as to form ripples1

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