I don't think there is an English word that can't be translated into any other language, but specific examples for specific languages abound.My irresistible impulse to test-drive the app was cellular in a non-technological sense: Every cell of my being craved it.While you’re out on the town, take these words and phrases for a spin to improve your language skills and impress your date with your fluency!
Google Translate works by recording the user's speech, sending the recorded words to the company's vast servers, which then send back an audio translation.
To the best of my knowledge, "shallow" cannot be said in one word in French ("peu profond"); another difficult word to translate is "cogent" (how different is it from "coherent"?
); other delightful English words: flabbergasted; mind-boggling; the countless nouns and verbs describing sight, light, and sounds (glisten, glare, gleam , rustle, etc...) Every language has words and concepts with no single equivalent in other languages.
It now covers more than 52 of the world's estimated 6,000 language.
As with automatic text translation, what may begin as a fairly primitive technique will, Google hopes, become more sophisticated with the help of millions of users around the world.