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A world-renowned dance style developed in France where the dancer’s costume is known as tutu.
Another word for celebration.
A popular martial art that originated in Japan.
A gigantic sea wave generally caused due to an earthquake.
A style food of southern China that originally meant “touch your heart.”
A traditional component of Southeast Asian and East Asian cuisines and is being consumed in China since the past 2,000 years.
A Chinese word that means “big wind.”
A word meaning “have a nice trip.”
An appetizer served before a meal.
A method of operating.
A popular word meaning existing state of affairs
A French word meaning social blunder.
A popular word meaning “genuine.”
A king or ruler in Arabic cultures.
A popular part of mathematics that includes the study of symbols.
You cannot imagine your French fries without it.
A well-known comfort food usually containing a ground meat patty inside a bread roll.
This Spanish word is the synonym for prosperity.
A commonly used term for a single photographer or a group of photographers taking pictures of celebs.
Originally a word that means to “work together,” but refers to express enthusiasm in English.
Considered a healthy part of your daily diet, this word is adopted from an Old French word “fruges.”
The word used for stolen valuables.
A word referring to an icon or incarnation. This word was also the tile of James Cameron’s 2009 fantasy/science fiction film.
Originating from India, fresh and pickled preparations enjoyed with a number of rolled breads and forms a complimentary ingredient in many recipes.
Highly popular Japanese comics that have become an indispensable part of restaurants, cafes, and libraries.
A common French word used to describe culinary arts of fine food.
A restaurant that is often characterized with an outdoor section.
Drivers for the rich and famous.
Another word for forest.
A synonym for businessman. The word refers to a person who launches a new business and takes full responsibility of profits and losses.
Spanish word to describe a muscular man
A Japanese word for spy
This word can be translated to “First Woman” in Italian
Chinese philosophy that is used to describe opposites
When three people have romantic relations with one another
A French word that means “style” or “kind”
This French origin word means a woman’s sleepwear
German word that means “poor taste” or “trashy”
Originating from Greek, it’s a derogatory term for “common people”
Spanish word of Latin origin meaning “a connoisseur” or “an expert”
A Swedish word that basically means a cycle with a motor
French word that indicates revival or renewal
A type of entertainment involving singing and music that has a Japanese origin
A Spanish word used to describe an area outside a house
A word meaning “afternoon nap” that has its origin in Spanish
About 50 countries in the world have English as their native language. But did you know that some of the commonly-used English words or phrases are from a foreign language? Well, you can take this test and find out how well you know your daily-used English words' origin.