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http://www.translatebritish.com

Quite interesting :)

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It didn't do anything??

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That's handy, as neither Google translate nor Babelfish do British to American - which are nearly different languages.

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Didn't see the difference(I think most languages are the same anyway).

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No? Try translating this from American to British

Put some gas in the tank, check under the hood, and put this in the trunk.

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Yup i would say put some petrol in the tank, check under the bonnet and put this in the boot

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