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Vocabulary Lists 17 Untranslatable Words From Around The World

17 Untranslatable Words From Around The World

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RomanianPod101.com
Tuesday at 12:53 pm
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Hi Listeners! What words would you add to this list? Let us know!

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RomanianPod101.com
Thursday at 2:03 am
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Bunฤƒ Jano,


The words are really similar, aren't they? Thank you for sharing this information with us.


Cheers,

Mika

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Janรณ
Sunday at 8:33 pm
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Bunฤƒ Raluca,


I checked it and the Czech/Slovak word for it is Pรกlenka.


Janรณ

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Raluca
Monday at 2:54 am
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Salut Jano,


Wow! Thank you for sharing.

I had no idea that there are similar products in other countries too. Do you know if it's the same word in Czech or Slovakian?


Raluca

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Janรณ
Tuesday at 2:59 am
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Bunฤƒ Raluca,


... Actually, why not? The Turkish word 'Gumusservi' (No. 8) was also listed and there is a Hungarian word for that, too: ezรผsthรญd, which literally means sg. like 'silver bridge'.


By the way, similar products exist in Czechia and Slovakia, too. :smile:

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Raluca
Monday at 5:38 am
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Hi Jano,


It's funny that you chose the word "palinka", because in Romanian sounds the same : pฤƒlincฤƒ and has EXACTLY the same meaning (double-distilled plum brandy).:smile::thumbsup:

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Janรณ
Tuesday at 9:11 pm
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Pรกlinka: Hungarian - Drink that is about 55% alcohol.

Abiocco: Italian - Napping after a huge meal

Sobremesa: Spanish - Staying at the Table after a meal to talk