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Campaign to remove 'Essex Girl' from dictionary gains traction

A campaign to ban the term 'Essex Girl' from the Oxford and Collins dictionaries has gained momentum with thousands signing a petition to have it removed. Both dictionaries list the term as a noun describing an Essex Girl as "unintelligent, ..., 5 hours ago

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'Mansplaining' Was Featured On 'Jeopardy!' And It Was Perfection

Not only has the definition of mansplaining been acknowledged by the Oxford English online dictionary ― it's now officially been acknowledged by Alex Trebek, too. The term was featured during the October 19 episode of Jeopardy! as the answer to ...
 Huffington Post1 day ago Aiyoh and budgie smugglers make it into dictionary  Free Malaysia Today1 week ago Using Emojis to Teach Critical Reading Skills  Edutopia1 week ago Coasteering say what?  Leisure Wheels1 week ago

Balle-balle! Aiyo ain't just Indian anymore!

Aiyo! 'Aiyo' has found its way into the Oxford English Dictionary, I announced as I read about the entry of the colloquial South Indian phrase into the Bible of the English language. My aiyo here stood for surprise as in 'OMG! (Oh my god)'. Aiyo! ...
 Chandigarh Tribune3 days ago Oxford English Dictionary Quietly Adds Tamil Slang 'Aiyo'  Newser1 week ago Aiyo now on Oxford Dictionary  Sri Lanka Daily News2 weeks ago Sri Lanka word 'Aiyo' recorded by Oxford dictionary  Xinhua News Agency2 weeks ago

Understanding Indian ethos

Ethos defines a culture, a people and even a country. The Oxford concise English dictionary says ethos is the characteristic spirit of a culture, era or community as is reflected in its attitudes and aspirations. In today's world, identifying a ...
 New Delhi Pioneer2 days ago
Oxford University Press - Academic

English Arabic Dictionary

Dict Box - English to Arabic & Arabic to English Offline Dictionary, Translation & Translator. Translate English to ArabicTranslate Arabic to EnglishEnglish to English DictionaryArabic to Arabic DictionaryIncludes more than 750K words and ...
 ZDNet1 week ago 'Rural English for All' project  Sabah Daily Express2 weeks ago Concise Oxford Spanish Dict TR  ZDNet3 weeks ago DioDict 4 ENG-KOR Dictionary  ZDNet4 weeks ago

Oxford English Dictionary: 6 Roald Dahl's words added to the dictionary to celebrate his 100th anniversary

To celebrate Roald Dahl's 100th birthdday anniversary the Oxford English Dictionary has added new words and phrases made famous by Dahl - including Oompa Lumpa' and witching hour - to their latest edition Michael Proffitt chief editor of the Oxford ...
 Uncova1 month ago Should 'moobs' be in the dictionary?  BBC1 month ago Roald Dahl Words Added to Oxford Dictionary  Adweek Online1 month ago Oxford English Dictionary celebrates Roald Dahl centenary with new word Dahlesque  Indian Express1 month ago

Now well never know the world's least favourite word

What's the most unpopular word in the UK? According to the Oxford Dictionary Brexit, moist and like were all top contenders. However, well now never know the true champion, after the publisher pulled a feature to try and find out from their ... month ago This is the most hated word in the English language  Yahoo! 7 Lifestyle1 month ago Search for worst English word abandoned after flood of offensive suggestions  MSN UK1 month ago 'Moist', 'Brexit' and 'No': People asked to vote for most hated word in English language  International Business Times UK2 months ago
Slate Magazine

What Is a Dictionary, Really?

Slate Sign In Sign Up A show about the mysteries of English. What Is a Dictionary, Really? John Simpson, former editor of the Oxford English Dictionary, talks about life as a lexicographer. Listen to Lexicon Valley Episode No. 94: ...
 Slate Magazine1 month ago Why words like 'squee,' 'moobs' and 'YOLO' really end up in the Oxford English Dictionary  Washington Post1 month ago Why words like squee, moobs and YOLO really end up in the Oxford English Dictionary  Albuquerque Journal1 month ago

How well do you know the dictionary's newest words?

Take our quiz on the new set of words that was added to the Oxford English Dictionary earlier this month. Don't forget to share your scores as a comment!
 The Hindu1 month ago Do you know the meaning of the dictionary's newest words?  BBC1 month ago
Yahoo! 7 Finance

More than a quarter of home owners since 2014 lied on their mortgage application

Lied is a strong word. The Oxford English Dictionary says that a lie is an intentionally false statement. But, after reading the latest research piece on Australian mortgage holders from investment bank UBS, it is impossible to come to any other ...
 Business Insider Australia2 weeks ago
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