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Terms: Language code
Terms: Language code
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The language code is an abbreviated name consisting of two letters that define the language of the content inside the element. Lingohub uses the two-letter ISO 639-1 standard. This identifies a language used in many regions or a dialect used in a specific region. To specify a language used in many regions, use a language designator by itself. To specify a specific dialect, use a hyphen to combine a language designator with a region designator.

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