Words that don’t exist in the English language

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They say language cannot be truly translated. What you feel as a native speaker in your language will not really translate properly into another language without a paragraph of explanation.

The most common one for me is schadenfreude (German), or the pleasure derived from others’ misfortune.

Via Tumblr @ sleepwaking dawn

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