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In the Doctor Who universe, one would have to consult with someone who knows the Gallifreyan language, such as the Doctor. The TARDIS translation matrix does not translate written Gallifreyan ("A Good Man Goes to War"), although it can be assumed to be able to translate spoken Gallifreyan since non-Gallifreyan companions have gone to Gallifrey and could understand what the Time Lords were saying, such as Leela ("The Invasion of Time") and Mel ("The Trial of a Time Lord").

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