Polyglot- One who knows many languages.
These other definitions come from Wikipedia under the term Polyglot:
* Multilingualism, a single speaker who uses two or more languages, or a community of speakers where two or more languages are used * Hyperpolyglot, one who can speak six or more languages fluently
The word for a person who speaks two languages is bilingual.The word 'bilingual' is both a noun and an adjective.
A person with two languages is bilingual. A person with three or more is multilingual. Looking for a word that describes the exact number of languages would seem disingenuous.
I know, you know, he/she/it knows Third person singular
One word is a "polyglot." This word comes from Greek, meaning "many tongues." It first came into use in the 1600s. But these days, a more common word is "multilingual." This word can refer to an individual, or to an entire community where more than two language are spoken. (A person who speaks two languages is "bilingual.")
he or she is apethetic
The word "no" appears in more than 570 languages, but its meaning varies in each language.
A person that can speak two languages is bilingual, a person that can speak three languages is trilingual. So if we were to extrapolate this with Latin, the Latin root for all, is omni so then someone who knows all the languages, both on Earth, in humans and other species, on computers, in nature and on other planets. That very rare type of person would likely be described as omnilingual. Of course, if they just speak a whole bunch of languages and aren't gods of language, you might use the word polylingual as well - both are the results of tying together Latin roots though and likely won't show up in spell check. Some more information: http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/omnilingual http://www.thefreedictionary.com/polylingual
The person in charge who knows how it all works.
Knows is the Third person singular simple present tense verb of 'know'.
If they speak two languages, they're generally referred to as bilingual. People who speak more than two can usually be referred to as a linguist.
There is no one word that is exactly the same in every world language. However, there are a great number of words that are similar in many languages. Banana is an example of a word that is largely the same in many, many languages. (Pineapple is ananas in many languages, but not all). Additionally many slang words are the same in all languages, such as OK, cool and some others. Many new words that are related to science and technology are also very similar in all languages, such as: computer, disc, etc.
There are many Indian languages. There are also many Native American languages. Which language do you mean?
There are many, many different languages in Africa.
there are one
The verb know is used with first and second person singular:I know, you know.It is also used with first, second and third person plural:we know, you know and they know.For third person singular, you must use knows:he knowsshe knowsit knows
A disinterested bystander.
The word are is used for both the singular and plural of the second person, while it is used for the plural of the third person. The English language does not make as many grammatical distinctions as many other languages do.
The German word for "languages" is "Sprachen."
Many languages spoken in India draw on Sanskrit.yogasanam योगासनम is a Sanskrit word, and it is same in all Indian and foreign languages.
in Portuguese = ritmo
Polyglot or multi-lingual.
Speaking many languages.
A polyglot is a person who can speak 3+ languages. Some Polyglots can speak dozens of languages, while others get by with the minimum of three. If you speak 2 languages you are considered BIlingual but if you speak three or more your are a polyglot. It came from a word which meant "many tonged".