10 Words That Don’t Translate Into English

10 Words That Don’t Translate Into English Have you got a backpfeifengesicht? Find out here, along with 9 other terms that don’t translate into the English language. Music = Funked Out by Bob Bradley
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20 Responses to 10 Words That Don’t Translate Into English

  1. tremeloblues says:

    I’m mexican and deutsch student. Thank you.

  2. Phillip Griffith says:

    1:00 That feeling of playing slender

  3. remhunter2 says:

    Schadenfreude – Sadism

  4. yoyocrazyface says:

    1:28 i hate when that happens

  5. guardianofwillpower says:

    Backpfeifengesicht - Douchbag

  6. hyugakaruto says:

    I love the german ones xD

  7. hyugakaruto says:

    in my country we got churrasco, churra de lejos y un asco de cerca xD

  8. Andres Kim says:

    aegyo, Korean, childish cute face, or sth like that haha

  9. alegzandur says:

    I’m Bulgarian and if you check our language we have a lot of words that can’t be translated directly into english

  10. TheKasoy90 says:

    im french and i can say it cannot be translate but that really not sound like that in my head if im trying to translate

  11. jackvincent90 says:

    bfb- better from behind

  12. aisbell55 says:

    Maybe I should change it from Gullible first!?

  13. realityfusion says:

    mas·och·ism: The enjoyment of what appears to be painful or tiresome. Merriam-Webster

  14. realityfusion says:

    If you want a twist on it, next time someone asks to use your computer if it is password protected tell them yes and that the password is (spell it out) g-u-l-l-i-b-l-e When they say “it doesn’t work say “oh, it’s with a capital G” then spell it out again. Repeat until they figure it out, then laugh maniacally.

  15. RecipeForDisasta says:

    These are all words that we need in English too…

  16. MrSackH says:

    No it doesnt mean the same: Schadenfreude is if you laugh or are happy if someone else gets damaged or is treated badly. Masochism is if you get horny to get damaged yourself.

  17. Knifefest Degroot says:

    Schnadenfreude translates into masochism…

  18. aisbell55 says:

    Yeah i’ve been using that joke for a good couple of years now!

  19. littlemavs91 says:

    I’m sorry but I’m french and i never heard “L’esprit de l’escalier”… Maybe this is canadian or belgian no ?

  20. anjopag31 says:

    yay im filipino! 😀

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