Japlish


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Jap·lish

 (jăp′lĭsh)
n.
1. Japanese characterized by numerous borrowings from English.
2. English affected by Japanese pronunciation, vocabulary, or syntax.

Japlish

(ˈdʒæplɪʃ)
n
(Languages) the adoption and adaptation of English words into the Japanese language. Also called: Japanglish
[C20: from a blend of Japanese + English]
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Similarly, the word English has spawned many--lish words like Chinglish, Gertish, and Japlish to describe blends of English with Chinese, German, and Japanese.
So by adding a vowel sound to words you can make yourself understood - it is a hybrid called Japlish.
In addition to more Japanese words, the new Collins edition also contains a new entry that describes the adoption and adaptation of English words into the Japanese language: Japlish, or Japanglish.