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1085       * Filters script translations for the given file, script handle and text domain.
1086       *
1087       * @since 5.0.2
1088       *
1089       * @param string $translations JSON-encoded translation data.
1090       * @param string $file         Path to the translation file that was loaded.
1091       * @param string $handle       Name of the script to register a translation domain to.
1092       * @param string $domain       The text domain.
1093       */
1094      return apply_filters( 'load_script_translations', $translations, $file, $handle, $domain );
1095 }
1097 /**
1098  * Loads plugin and theme textdomains just-in-time.
1099  *
1100  * When a textdomain is encountered for the first time, we try to load
1101  * the translation file from `wp-content/languages`, removing the need
1102  * to call load_plugin_texdomain() or load_theme_texdomain().
1103  *