I found an interesting feature in Webster’s Online Dictionary at http://www.websters-online-dictionary.org . If you set it to “Non-English” and type in a word – it will give you that word in all of the languages it has for the word, with the definition. That’s pretty interesting to see.
For instance, the word “okay” exists in many languages. If you set the dictionary to “Non-English” and type that in, you can see all the languages for which they have information, that have the word “okay”. (Of course, “okay” is originally an English word, but it’s spread all around the world.)
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