What is the 3 letter abbreviation for Netherlands?

What is the 3 letter abbreviation for Netherlands?

NL – Netherlands (the)

Which country uses +46?

Sweden Country
Sweden Country Code 46 – Worldometer.

Why is Ned shortened Netherlands?

Odd trivia: The Dutch language is called ‘Nederlands’, occasionally shortened to ‘Ned’. It is spoken in 2 places: 1) The Netherlands, 2) The Flemish area of Belgium. The name for Flemish Belgium is ‘Flanders’. In other words ‘Ned Flanders’ is basically a linguistic joke.

How do you dial 46?

To call Sweden from the U.S., just follow these dialing instructions:

  1. First dial 011, the U.S. exit code.
  2. Next dial 46, the country code for Sweden.
  3. Then dial the 1- to 3-digit area code (see sample calling code list below) and finally the 5- to 8-digit phone number.

Which country has 44 code?

United Kingdom Country
United Kingdom Country Code 44 – Worldometer.

How do you write 91?

91 can be written as “Ninety-one” in words.

What is an afkortingen in Dutch?

In last week’s post, we went over afkortingen(abbreviations) for chattaal(chat language) – think BRB, LOL, etc… but in Dutch. In a comment on the post, Peter reminded us that there are many, many afkortingenemployed in every-day Dutch language that can sometimes make you feel like you’re trying to crack a secret code.

How to call Netherlands phone numbers from abroad?

While calling Netherlands from abroad, you need to dial the ISD code followed by the area code and finally the phone number. Given below is a list of area codes for calling Netherlands’s major cities/regions.

What is the country IDD code for Andorra?

IDD Code Country IDD Code Country 355 Albania 376 Andorra 43 Austria 35129 Azores 375 Belarus 32 Belgium 387 Bosnia Hertzegovina 359 Bulgaria 34928 Canary Islands-las palmas 34822 Canary Islands-santa cruz de tenerife 385 Croatia 420 Czech Republic 45

How do you abbreviate quarter in the Dutch language?

– eerst komende (the one who arrived first), or eerste kwartier (Q1, first quarter); in spite of these, which often look like English abbreviations, the Dutch language does use real English abbreviations and acronyms (b2b, b2c, etc. mainly perhaps in business).