Circa 1961, A company sent me to Israel for over a year to teach/organize a programming staff for a computer. When in a foreign country, I avoid hotels/motels which cater to American tourists. This resulted in some confusing entrees. I would order Roast Prime Ribs & Filet mignon would be served. I might order a London broil & be served sirloin steak. An investigation indicated that The language used by the chef only had only one word for meat from a cow or steer. The person who prepared the menu for English Speakers used a language dictionary. In that dictionary the chef’s word for cow meat had a large number of entries: Roast prime ribs, Salsbury Steak, London broil, et cetera. The person preparing the menu picked one of the terms, avoiding any term he had used recently.