That’s not an expression I’ve ever seen anywhere else, so I just made up my own little translation.
Apparently this is a very common phrase in English. According to online dictionary auf vedersan is a place that is frequented by those who are in a state of auf-voring, or being auf-vored.
I guess what I was trying to say is auf veid, but that doesnt translate well.
I think its clear that this expression has a more general meaning in Dutch. I can’t think of another one that would make a better translation. Anyway, this phrase is very common in the Dutch language, and I think it is very easy to find translations for it.
I’m not sure what all the fuss is about. Auf vedersan is a common English phrase meaning “in a manner of speaking”. It’s a bit of a general catch-all for a lot of different things.
Auf vedersan is a little less formal than veed.
Vee is a very common expression in the Netherlands. It means “in a manner of speaking.” If you want to be really strict with your translation, it would look like this: auf vedersan is literally “in a manner of speaking.
The Dutch here are extremely polite. In fact, they’re so polite that even in the Netherlands vedersan is considered rude. Most Dutch people are more reserved, so as a result they don’t want to be called out. Auf vedersan isn’t really as common as veed, but it’s still a common English phrase.
The expression comes from the idea that there are two types of people in the world: those who are polite, and those who are impolite. In the Netherlands, veed is considered polite, while vedersan is considered impolite. This is a really nice thing. In fact, the Dutch here are so polite that theyre so polite that even in the Netherlands vedsan is considered rude.
I’m not sure if this is the best example of how polite the Dutch are. The phrase veed is actually a form of politeness that can be used to refer to any kind of a situation. It could be a sentence, an object, a group of people, or even a person. In this case, we have a situation where you and everyone you know, which is your family, you have to get out of.