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Internet Slang Meets American Sign Language

As language evolves, the powers that regulate language tend to shift. Just look at the Oxford English Dictionary, who added terms like duck face, lolcat, and hawt to their prestigious lexicon this past December. For the English-speaking world, these ... Huffington Post, 2 months ago
Shrunken words and implications therein New Age Bangladesh, 2 weeks ago
What will the English language look like in 100 years? Christian Science Monitor, 4 days ago

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Oxford Dictionaries redefines online dictionary content with acquisition of multilingual online language portal bab.la

Oxford University Press (OUP), home of Oxford Dictionaries and the renowned Oxford English Dictionary, is pleased to announce its acquisition of the online language portal bab.la, a multilingual dictionary and translation website based in Hamburg, ...
 Alpha Galileo1 week ago Listening to a dictionary  Social Dashboard3 weeks ago Rand Paul's Campaign Website Misspelled 'Education'  Social Dashboard2 weeks ago Beautiful Maps Will Change How You Look At The World  Gizmodo3 weeks ago
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Why comfort food comforts

See Also When the Oxford English Dictionary added a definition for "comfort food" in 1997, it traced the term's etymology back to a 1977 Washington Post magazine article about Southern cooking: "Along with grits, one of the comfort foods of the ...
 Business Insider3 weeks ago

Milov: FDA should do its job and regulate e-cigs

In 2014, the Oxford English Dictionary's word of the year was vape. The FDA should take a hint from the OED and write its own definition of e-cigarettes — a definition that will treat them as a tobacco product. Congress created the FDA in 1906 ...
 Austin American Statesman1 month ago Take time to unwind  Irish Independent2 months ago

News24.com | The Oxford English dictionary defines the word public as being the community, unrestricted access.

In this respect the Elias Motsoaledi Local Council on the 17th March 2015 held a meeting at which MPAC, a body that is supposed to be controlling finances in the respective provinces similar to SCOPA that has to control spending in government ...
 News241 month ago

MSU's HML sets up trial access to Oxford English dictionary

VADODARA: With an aim to increase e-resources for its users, the Shrimati Hansa Mehta Library (HML) of M S University has set up a trial access to Oxford English dictionary. The trial access which the library has recently set up will be available ...
 Times of India1 month ago

No more putting on jam as Orstralia gets respect in Oxford Dictionaries update

It is perhaps the most significant linguistic event in the history of Australian English. In a major collaboration with the Australian National Dictionary Centre, the largest update of uniquely Australian terms was this week added to Oxford ...
 Sydney Morning Herald1 month ago Onya! No more putting on jam as Orstralian gets respect  Canberra Times1 month ago
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Oddity Central

Chinese Woman Somehow Memorizes Every Single Entry in the Oxford English-Chinese Dictionary

At an age when people usually start forgetting things, this Chinese woman has managed to do the opposite – she’s actually memorized the entire Oxford English-Chinese dictionary from cover to cover!Li Yanzhi, 51, from China’s Shaanxi Province, can ...
 Oddity Central1 month ago How the Chinese should develop Chinglish  CHINAdaily1 month ago
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Those leaked Mossad cables don't actually contradict Netanyahu on Iran's nuclear program

See Also To contradict, according to the Oxford English Dictionary online, is to deny the truth of (a statement) by asserting the opposite. Used in a sentence, it might look like this: Leaked cables show Netanyahu's Iran bomb claim contradicted by ...
 Business Insider2 months ago Mossad cables hardly contradict Netanyahu on Iran  The Times Of Israel2 months ago
The Press NZ

SmartEyeglass not so smart

According to the ANZ Oxford English Dictionary, "smart" means clever, ingenious, quick to take advantage, stylish, fashionable, and/or prominent in society. So we think it's about time electronics manufacturers ditched the term when referring to ...
 The Press NZ2 months ago Sony's SmartEyeglass is not so smart  Canberra Times2 months ago With Google Glass back in the labs, Sony's SmartEyeglass is not so smart  The Northern Times2 months ago
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