Translations company Morningside Translations has created an entertaining infographic from which you can learn 50 foreign-language words that don’t have a direct English translation.
For instance, “tsundoku” is a Japanese word that describes leaving a book unread after buying it.
There are many other words in different languages that Google Translate can’t handle. It’s the beauty of each language. Do you know any such words? If yes, please share them in the comments below.
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