Why does the Japanese language have English loan words for things they already have words for?

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Words like “relax” (rirakkusu) and “hose” (hosu) seem like something that would have existed before contact with English-speaking people.

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Same with hindi/urdu unfortunately amongst many younger gens. Its usually just to sound “wake”. Many developing countries in the world, how much ever they act like Patriots have a hell lot of inferiority complex towards Western countries.

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