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14 new tech words in the Oxford dictionary

14 new tech words in the Oxford dictionary

5 24 Oxford dictionary application. (Duncan Alfreds, Fin24) Cape Town Digitally inspired words are increasingly used in conversation and the Oxford Dictionary has been including the neologisms into its word lists. Ever since google ..., 22 hours ago
Singlish all abuzz China Daily Asia, 1 day ago

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Singlish all abuzz

Don't play-play, Singlish is very the powderful, okay? The authoritative Oxford English Dictionary (OED), in its quarterly update two months ago, took in 19 Singlish terms. Terms such as the exclamatory "wah" and "sabo", a contraction of ...
 Asiaone1 day ago Singlish 'betterer' than English for some S'poreans  China Post15 hours ago

Further examination of what World English really means

My last piece here on the addition of Hong Kong English words into the latest update of the Oxford English Dictionary (OED) got a number of responses. Given the complexity of the issue, this subject matter deserves another take in this column. In ...
 China Daily Asia15 hours ago
New Zealand Herald

Quiz: How good is your New Zealand English?

How well do you know the "Kiwi" language? You can find out thanks to the latest in a series of Oxford Dictionary quizzes focuses on English, specifically New Zealand English. Asking if you know your "hongi" from your "hangi", the list of 10 ...
 New Zealand Herald1 week ago How Many Of These 40 Common English Mistakes Can You Spell Correctly?  Lifehacker Australia2 weeks ago Hinglish, Swenglish and Manglish: There is no correct way to speak English  Sott.net1 month ago Ten of the most commonly confused words in the English language  The Gulf Today1 month ago

Creating a culture of compliance

By Neil Herbert , Director, HRComply Whatis culture? The Oxford English Dictionary defines it as -The philosophy,practices, and attitudes of an institution, business, or other organization. Generallyculture issomething that develops naturally ...
 FinanceDigest.com1 week ago

The Talkative Tomes Verity Limond, age 15

St Raphaela's Secondary School, Stillorgan, Co Dublin Can you feel the camaraderie on this shelf? an Oxford English Dictionary remarked. Indeed it is hardly elusive, replied an adventure book. It reminds me of one of my stories in which some ...
 Irish Times2 weeks ago
Bloomberg View

There's a Better Way to Pick Your P-Value: Narayana Kocherlakota

(Bloomberg View) -- The Oxford English Dictionary defines "significant" as "sufficiently great or important to be worthy of attention." It's a meaning that policy makers should keep in mind when weighing the statistical evidence for or against a ...
 La Repubblica1 month ago How to Pick Your P-Value  Bloomberg View1 month ago

A Pinoy in OED (2)

Dr. Danica Salazar, a Filipino now with the Oxford English Dictionary (OED), says the OED uses the term Philippine English to describe the uniquely Filipino style of English usage. Meaning, those that are chiefly or exclusively used by Filipinos ...
 Manila Bulletin1 day ago A Pinoy in OED (1)  Manila Bulletin4 days ago Andrew ball - The Oxford English Dictionary Online: work in progress, and future plans  SlideShare.net1 week ago

Lepak, Teh Tarik and Shiok now in Oxford English Dictionary

KUALA LUMPUR: Don't play play, our England now champion already. Distinctly Malaysian and Singaporean slang words such as 'lepak', 'teh tarik' and even 'wah', are now recognised by the Oxford English Dictionary. The Oxford English Dictionary ...
 New Straits Times1 week ago

READ book Caught in the Web of Words: James Murray and the Oxford English Dictionary (K.M. Elisabeth Murray ) Online Free

This unique and celebrated biography describes how a largely self-educated boy from a small village in Scotland entered the world of scholarship and became the first editor of the Oxford English Dictionary and a great lexicographer. It also provides ...
 SlideShare.net2 weeks ago
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