People Aren't Sure What Oxford Dictionaries' Word Of The Year Actually Means
"This is not a word that I have ever heard used."
Oxford Dictionaries announced its 2017 Word of the Year on Friday morning: “youthquake.”But there’s one slight problem. Lots of people are not entirely sure what the term actually means.YOUTHQUAKE is the Oxford Dictionaries #WordOfTheYear 2017. Find out more: https://t.co/BanfCMh2Gi pic.twitter.com/iIQ4ykwUwa— Oxford Dictionaries (@OxfordWords) December 14, 2017The British dictionary publisher defines “youthquake” as “a significant cultural, political or social change arising from the actions...
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