ICYMI - New words added to Oxford English Dictionary
Published 08/07/2016 | 10:36
We’d love a fro-yo, TBH.
Hundreds of new words were added to the Oxford English Dictionary in June – and some of them are deffo questionable.
Here are some of the most unexpected on the list, along with what they mean:
Throwing your hand into the air with your fist clenched.
This one’s pretty self-explanatory, don’t you think?
Term used to describe something that’s improper or wasn’t finished properly.
Used to describe a hooligan or someone that likes trouble: “a bovver boy”
A pair of very tight fitting men’s swim shorts.
Slang for “definitely”.
Frozen yoghurt, usually a dessert.
Shorthand for glamorous camping. A form of camping that has facilities more luxurious than traditional camping.
Abbreviation for “in case you missed it”.
Matcha is a finely ground powder used to make green tea.
For example, Posh and Becks, Chrissy Teigen and John Legend. A couple that’s popular and powerful, with successful careers and relationships.
A bit-sized snack usually given as a reward.
Abbreviation for “to be honest”.