I've been reading the WordPress's codex recently, and noticed that WordPress is using a term called
GUID. According to codex:
The term "GUID" stands for "Globally Unique Identifier". It is a field that is intended to hold an identifier for the post which a) is unique across the whole of space and time and b) never, ever changes. The GUID field is primarily used to create the WordPress feeds.
Let's assume we have a website with it's posts written in English. Now web decide to translate the website's posts to Russian, and publish it under another domain as it's sister website.
According to WordPress's codex, even after the translation, the translated posts will still have the same GUID as the original website.
The question is, will this affect indexing? Will google or other search engines/feed readers consider the translated posts as duplicate?