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16 Words That Don't Translate Directly Into English

Edited By: Jake Ramirez
 Although the English language is one of the most widely-spoken in the entire world (after Mandarin Chinese and Spanish), there are certain words in other languages that simply don't exist in it. For instance, did you know that there's a German word for weight gain due to emotional overeating? Here are 16 words from other languages don't have an English equivalent: 
 
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