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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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Bowlingual - This is a walkie-talkie that analyses your dog's barks and translates them into written form, so you can determine your dog's true emotions.
Summary: Japanese toymaker Takara Tomy said Thursday that it would launch a talking version of its Bowlingual gadget that can "translate" dog barks into the human language.
BowLingual assesses the tone and length and then chooses from among 200 phrases such as "I feel great" and "Let's go".
It also makes Choro Q clockwork miniature cars and Bowlingual, a toy Takara says can translate dogs' thoughts.
They are known to have codeveloped Bowlingual, a palm-sized gadget that ''translates'' the feeling of a dog by analyzing its bowwow.
To operate Bowlingual, users are to insert a special card into the handset and move it closer to the dog.
Of course, nothing may be as effective as the Bowlingual, the new Japanese device that win allegedly translate your dog's barks into human speech.
Among the notable gainers, toy maker Takara surged 35 yen to 774 yen after saying it will release a version of its Bowlingual dog translator gizmo for cat owners at the end of November.
Launched in late September, Takara's Bowlingual supposedly has the Dr.
The talking gadget called Bowlingual Voice is developed by Japanese toymaker Takara Tomy.
Those eager to hear their mutt's appreciation can cash in with a bowlingual dog translator for pounds 60.