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The YUNiversity 12 Dec 17
Are you a “textrovert”?
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Richard Coles Nov 8
I was at a busy Prêt just now waiting for my cappuccino and when it arrived I wanted one of those cardboard holders but I couldn’t think what it was called, so I said “may I have a scorch-girdle, please?” and the lady immediately understood what I meant
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Efe Sevin 15 May 18
We have a new term: kinetic diplomacy. This time, it means it is actually not diplomacy.
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The English Nut 6 Mar 19
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David Astle 23 Aug 18
CHAOCRACY - government by disarray.
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Tony Thorne 19 Nov 18
Try to keep up The Rise of ‘LOLwear’: A Very British Fashion Phenomenon via
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Michael H. Rubin 25 Jan 18
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Henry Liu Mar 30
Imagine how would handle like ? Which is why we need professional and to find, adapt or coin new terms or turn of phrase in the target languages Because matters RT
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Olga Jęczmyk 1 Jun 18
Can we consider it as a ? | 🤔💬📝
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Jenny Lewin-Jones 3 Oct 18
'Crafternoon': craft afternoon. A that's been in the Urban Dictionary since 2009, and was a new word suggestion to Collins Dictionary in 2016. A potential Word of the Year?
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DG MEME 🇪🇺 Mar 21
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Dan Sacharow The #Mythoverse is available! 10 Jan 18
It's a new comic called "English", in which I apparently coin a new term? Who knows.
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David Astle 16 Sep 18
Keming (noun) - any word misread due to improper kerning.
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Aleck-With-Ink ✍️ Jan 24
: Moronarchy. No definition required.
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Margaret L Ruwoldt 28 May 19
Synonym: flubbish, reflubbishment (esp. in relation to home renovations and branding redesigns). Coined late 1990s by my (then) boss, Stephen J Williams, a poet and editor.
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🕸Ginny Battson 27 Sep 17
Praximund (latin; process/Earth) the deepest possible respect for natural processes
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European Terminology Mar 27
From "social distancing" to "super-spreader": more and more neologisms appear. Check out the index of websites on , including resources in 🇩🇪 and 🇪🇸.
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DrBBirch 1 Nov 18
Sad to say that this is timely.
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Aseem Inam Aug 19
Does the term clarify or confuse our understanding of and efforts to overcome it [e.g. in ]? “Neoliberalism is the linguistic omnivore of our times, a that threatens to swallow up all the other words around it.”
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copyeditors 1 Aug 18
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