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10 English Words That Mean Something Else Entirely In Other Languages

10 English Words That Mean Something Else Entirely In Other Languages



Die

In Italian, the word “die” literally translates to “from,” but means “come on” in a colloquial sense.

 

Gift

The Germans are not a very trusting people, apparently. The word “gift” means “poison” in their society.