Oxford dictionary has been updated and the updated version consists of some new words and their meanings. Words like YOLO, cheeseball and moobs are under the umbrella. With over 1,000 new entries, the update version also includes several words dedicated to the centenary birth year of celebrated author Roald Dahl.
Some of new words and their meanings are here, just take a look:-
1. Oompa Loompa: a. A short person. B .A person whose skin has an orange appearance typically because they are very suntanned.
2. Moobs: Deposits of excess fat on a man’s chest that resemble a woman’s breasts.
3. YOLO: You only live once
4. Gender-fluid: Denoting or relating to a person who does not identify themselves as having a fixed gender.
5. Merica: A truncated form of America, now often used self-consciously draw attention to stereotypical American ideals, institutions, or traditions.
6. Squee: Representing a high-pitched squealing or squeaking sound produced by an animal, musical instrument, etc.
7. Splendiferous: a. Full of or abounding in splendor; resplendent. b. colloq. and humorous. Remarkably fine; magnificent, splendid.
8. Clickbait: Content whose main purpose is to attract attention and encourage visitors to click on a link to a
particular web page.
As per reports Oxford English Dictionary is updated at least four times in a year every March, June, September and December since the year 2000.