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==Other languages==
The Pokémon anime has been dubbed to many languages. Most western countries use the English dub as the basis for their own dub, while some Asian countries use the original Japanese version instead. Some dubs leave English names and text untranslated<!-- and also leave the opening song in English-->. Other than English, the anime has been at least partially dubbed to {{pmin|the Arab world|Arabic}}, {{pmin|Spain|Basque}}, {{pmin|Bulgaria}}n, {{pmin|Spain#Catalan dub|Catalan}}, both {{pmin|Greater China|Cantonese and Mandarin Chinese}}, {{pmin|Croatia|Croatian}}, {{pmin|the Czech Republic|Czech}}, {{pmin|Denmark|Danish}}, {{pmin|the Netherlands|Dutch}}, {{wp|Estonian language|Estonian}}, {{pmin|the Philippines|Filipino}}, {{pmin|Finland|Finnish}}, both {{pmin|Canada|Canadian French}} and {{pmin|France|European French}}, {{pmin|Germany|German}}, {{pmin|Greece|Greek}}, {{pmin|Israel|Hebrew}}, {{pmin|South Asia|Hindi}}, {{pmin|Hungary|Hungarian}}, {{pmin|Iceland|Icelandic}}, {{pmin|Indonesia}}n, {{pmin|Italy|Italian}}, {{pmin|Lithuania}}n, {{pmin|South Korea|Korean}}, {{pmin|Malaysia}}n, {{pmin|North Macedonia|Macedonia}}n, {{pmin|Norway|Norwegian}}, {{pmin|Poland|Polish}}, both {{pmin|Brazil}}ian and {{pmin|Portugal|European Portuguese}}, {{pmin|Romania|Romanian}}, {{pmin|Russia}}n, {{pmin|Serbia}}n, {{pmin|Slovakia|Slovak}}, {{wp|Slovene language|Slovene}}, both {{pmin|Latin America}}n and {{pmin|Spain|European Spanish}}, {{pmin|Sweden|Swedish}}, {{pmin|South Asia|Tamil}}, {{pmin|South Asia|Telugu}}, {{pmin|Thailand|Thai}}, {{pmin|Turkey|Turkish}}, {{pmin|Ukraine|Ukrainian}}, {{pmin|Spain|Valencian}} and {{pmin|Vietnam}}ese.
 
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