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|German to English translations [PRO]|
Marketing - Tourism & Travel
|German term or phrase: Gemütlichkeit|
|1 MUNICH. After much tire-kicking, data-sifting and deliberation, Munich emerged as Monocle magazine's most liveable city in the world. A winning combination of investment in infrastructure, high-quality housing, low crime, liberal politics, strong media and general feeling of Gemütlichkeit make it a city that should inspire others.|
My question: is Gemütlichkeit already an English word now?