You can actually create a new language pack, which allows you to get the users to choose between it (e.g. Developers use English, and the "risk assessment team" use English-Risks), but you can't do it on a project basis. That's because a lot of the language is displayed *outside* a project context, so the system has no way of knowing which words it should be using.
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