Some of us may adopt the neutral pronoun " hän " that Finland is about to "donate" to the world to promote diversity. (They had already provided the word " Sisu " which is a very special type of grit, which gives them a reputation of being pig-headed)
Others fear the Japanese " Kar?shi ", which is not a Star Trek tactical game but the death by overworking.
And who has not felt recently the Swedish " flygskam ", or shame of flying because of ecological concerns?
Are there any foreign words that reflect your own world better than their English counterpart, either because they are more accurate/specific, or because they just sound more exotic, or even smarter/deeper/conceptual even when they have an exact equivalent?
Do you stick to the classic French expressions which have a " je-ne-sais-quoi ", or to the even more classical Latin locutions " ad captandum vulgus ", or do you find new ones?