nl-NL:
number:
# Used in number_with_delimiter()
# These are also the defaults for 'currency', 'percentage', 'precision', and 'human'
format:
# Sets the separator between the units, for more precision (e.g. 1.0 / 2.0 == 0.5)
separator: ","
# Delimets thousands (e.g. 1,000,000 is a million) (always in groups of three)
delimiter: "."
# Number of decimals, behind the separator (the number 1 with a precision of 2 gives: 1.00)
precision: 3

# Used in number_to_currency()
currency:
format:
# Where is the currency sign? %u is the currency unit, %n the number (default: $5.00)
format: "%u %n"
unit: "€"
# These three are to override number.format and are optional
separator: ","
delimiter: "."
precision: 2

# Used in number_to_percentage()
percentage:
format:
# These three are to override number.format and are optional
# separator:
delimiter: ""
# precision:

# Used in number_to_precision()
precision:
format:
# These three are to override number.format and are optional
# separator:
delimiter: ""
# precision:

# Used in number_to_human_size()
human:
format:
# These three are to override number.format and are optional
# separator:
delimiter: ""
precision: 1

# Used in distance_of_time_in_words(), distance_of_time_in_words_to_now(), time_ago_in_words()
datetime:
distance_in_words:
half_a_minute: "een halve minuut"
less_than_x_seconds:
one: "minder dan een seconde"
other: "minder dan {{count}} seconden"
x_seconds:
one: "een seconde"
other: "{{count}} seconden"
less_than_x_minutes:
one: "minder dan een minuut"
other: "minder dan {{count}} minuten"
x_minutes:
one: "een minuut"
other: "{{count}} minuten"
about_x_hours:
one: "ongeveer een uur"
other: "ongeveer {{count}} uur"
x_days:
one: "een dag"
other: "{{count}} dagen"
about_x_months:
one: "ongeveer een maand"
other: "ongeveer {{count}} maanden"
x_months:
one: "1 maand"
other: "{{count}} maanden"
about_x_years:
one: "ongeveer een jaar"
other: "ongeveer {{count}} jaar"
over_x_years:
one: "meer dan een jaar"
other: "meer dan {{count}} jaar"

activerecord:
errors:
template:
header:
one: "Door een fout in het invulformulier kon {{model}} niet opgeslagen worden."
other: "Door {{count}} fouten in het invulformulier kon {{model}} niet opgeslagen worden."
# The variable :count is also available
body: "De volgende problemen traden op:"
# body:
# one: "Het volgende probleem trad op:"
# other: "De volgende {{count}} problemen traden op:"

# The values :model, :attribute and :value are always available for interpolation
# The value :count is available when applicable. Can be used for pluralization.
messages:
inclusion: "staat niet in de lijst"
exclusion: "is gereserveerd"
invalid: "is ongeldig"
confirmation: "werd niet goed bevestigd"
accepted: "moet geaccepteerd worden"
empty: "mag niet leeg zijn"
blank: "moet ingevuld worden"
too_long: "is te lang (maximaal {{count}} tekens)"
too_short: "is te kort (minimaal {{count}} tekens)"
wrong_length: "heeft een verkeerde lengte (het moet {{count}} tekens lang zijn)"
taken: "is al bezet"
not_a_number: "is geen getal"
greater_than: "moet groter zijn dan {{count}}"
greater_than_or_equal_to: "moet groter zijn dan of gelijk zijn aan {{count}}"
equal_to: "moet gelijk zijn aan {{count}}"
less_than: "moet minder zijn dan {{count}}"
less_than_or_equal_to: "moet minder zijn dan of gelijk zijn aan {{count}}"
odd: "moet oneven zijn"
even: "moet even zijn"
# Append your own errors here or at the model/attributes scope.

# You can define own errors for models or model attributes.
# The values :model, :attribute and :value are always available for interpolation.
#
# For example,
# models:
# user:
# blank: "This is a custom blank message for {{model}}: {{attribute}}"
# attributes:
# login:
# blank: "This is a custom blank message for User login"
# Will define custom blank validation message for User model and
# custom blank validation message for login attribute of User model.
models:

# Translate model names. Used in Model.human_name().
#models:
# For example,
# user: "Dude"
# will translate User model name to "Dude"

# Translate model attribute names. Used in Model.human_attribute_name(attribute).
#attributes:
# For example,
# user:
# login: "Handle"
# will translate User attribute "login" as "Handle"

date:
formats:
# Use the strftime parameters for formats.
# When no format has been given, it uses default.
# You can provide other formats here if you like!
default: "%d-%m-%Y"
short: "%d %b"
long: "%d %B %Y"

day_names: [zondag, maandag, dinsdag, woensdag, donderdag, vrijdag, zaterdag]
abbr_day_names: [zo, ma, di, wo, do, vr, za]

# Don't forget the nil at the beginning; there's no such thing as a 0th month
month_names: [~, januari, februari, maart, april, mei, juni, juli, augustus, september, oktober, november, december]
abbr_month_names: [~, jan, feb, mrt, apr, mei, jun, jul, aug, sep, okt, nov, dec]
# Used in date_select and datime_select.
order: [ :day, :month, :year ]

time:
formats:
default: "%a, %d %b %Y %H:%M:%S %z"
short: "%d %b %H:%M"
long: "%B %d, %Y %H:%M"
time: "%H:%M"
am: "am"
pm: "pm"

# Used in array.to_sentence.
support:
array:
sentence_connector: "en"