If bilingual means you know two languages, and trilingual means you know three, what would be the proper term for knowing four, five or even six languages?
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From Wikipedia, the online encyclopedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Multilingualism#Multilingual_individuals
If you know more than 3 languages, you are supertrilingual.
(Which, of course, you can shorten to just being "super" :)
protected by tchrist Jan 2 at 2:31
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