bowlingual

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bowlingual

(ˌbaʊˈlɪŋɡwəl)
n
a device that allegedly translates a dog’s barks and grunts into a human language
[C21: from bow(wow) + (bi)lingual]
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The Bow-Lingual is a wireless mic on your dog's collar that beams his every bark, snarl, and whine to a handheld walkie-talkie box.
Using a "top 10" theme and an "amazing factor" score, this title explains inventions such as the phone tooth, bow-lingual translator, and the earth simulator.
DD) The Bow-Lingual Ever wonder what your dog would really want to tell you if she could?
Japanese scientists have just invented the Bow-lingual, which is attached to a dog's neck and has a number of pre-programmed sounds that it can recognise and translate into human speech.
THE wackiest invention has to be the Bow-lingual, a device that allows your dog to talk to you.