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'Bestie', 'wackadoodle' latest addition to Oxford Dictionary
Times of India

The March Of The Sillytonians

The Oxford English Dictionary's Word of the Day on April 1 was a curious choice —Sillytonian— which at first glance appeared to be OED's 2014 April Fools Day joke. It wasn't. The word sillytonian first appeared in 1707 when the satirical ... Quadrant Online, 1 week ago
‘Bestie’, ‘wackadoodle’ make Oxford debut Ahmedabad Mirror, 2 weeks ago

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Selfies are OVER: Welcome to the age of 'Sleeveface'

High performance access to file storage When 'selfie' made it into the Oxford English Dictionary , and was then annointed word of the year it was clear that selfies themselves were kind of a big deal in 2013. As a forward-looking organisation, ...
 The Register2 weeks ago GIF Beats Out YOLO to Become the Oxford American Dictionary's 2012 Word of the Year  Beta Beat4 weeks ago Selfie named Oxford Dictionaries Word of the Year  Gadgets Magazine4 weeks ago From Selfie-ism to Teamwork  Business 2 Community1 month ago

Oxford Dictionary to Trace WWI Words

LONDON: Oxford English Dictionary has issued a worldwide plea to help it trace the earliest usage of words that became popular during World War I. To commemorate the centenary of the Great War, OED is seeking origins of a host of WWI-related words ...
 Indiatimes1 month ago Oxford Dictionary seeks help to trace WWI words  Times of India1 month ago PR Query: What Are Some of the Toughest Words to Spell?  PRandMarketingnetwork2 weeks ago

Oxford dictionary adds 'Hongkonger'

"Hongkonger" and "Hong Kongese" are among the 900 new words added to the Oxford English Dictionary.
 Times of India3 weeks ago Oxford dictionary adds Hongkonger  Big News Network3 weeks ago
Inter Press Service

Asia: The elephant versus the shark

COMMENT By Lawrence Wilkerson To pivot, according to the venerable Oxford English Dictionary, means "to turn as on a pivot." Which takes us to the noun, which seems more appropriate for describing the Obama administration's Pacific policy: "That ...
 Asia Times Online3 weeks ago Asia The elephant versus the shark  Big News Network3 weeks ago OP-ED: The Elephant vs. the Shark  Inter Press Service3 weeks ago Asia: The Elephant vs. the Shark  Foreign Policy In Focus3 weeks ago

Oxford University Press announces launch of Oxford Learner's dictionary of Academic English

Oxford University Press, the world's authority on the English language, today announced the launch of Oxford Learner's Dictionary of Academic English, the only dictionary for learners of English to focus exclusively on academic English. As more and ...
 Digital Journal1 month ago

Oxford English Dictionary new words for March 2014 include cted beatboxer and bestie

New entries including c**ted, beatboxer, Old Etonian and bestie have been added to the Oxford English Dictionary as part of the new words list for
 Big News Network4 weeks ago

Settlement on Cyprus: A structure for agreement or shaky ground?

Chris Green The Oxford English dictionary defines the noun 'settlement' as 'an official agreement intended to resolve a dispute or conflict': However there is also a mass-noun which describes the 'subsidence of the ground or a structure built on ...
 Avrupa Times1 month ago
Barbados Daily Nation

In search of national language

First, what is a national language? The Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary (8th Edition) defines a national language as A shared language of communication used between people whose languages are different. also defines it as the ...
 Graphic Ghana1 month ago The English language is getting increasingly tense and this is not restricted merely to verbs but nouns, adverbs and adjectives as well. In fact, it is past tense as Britain's Daily Mail reports." class="load" width="324" height="300" alt="" />  Barbados Daily Nation3 weeks ago 'Grammar police' ruin English  New Zealand Herald3 weeks ago Are the 'grammar police' ruining the English language?  New Zealand Herald3 weeks ago

New app from Oxford University Press with face recognition lets children star in Potato Pals stories

Children now have an exciting new way to develop their English and practice English at home with a new app from Oxford University Press. The app, based on the popular Potato Pals stories, uses facial recongition to encourage studetns to read, and ...
 PRWeb2 weeks ago
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