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Read more about Oxford Dictionaries declares 'Youthquake' Word of the Year on Business Standard. Oxford Dictionaries said the word sounded a note of hope after... [Read More]
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Oxford Dictionaries has announced that the word "youthquake" is its word of the year for 2017 to acknowledge the surge in young people making their... [Read More]
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Oxford Dictionaries recognized the power of the millennial generation Friday with its 2017 word of the year: youthquake. [Read More]
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Oxford Dictionaries reports fivefold interest in use of word to describe rise of millennials... [Read More]
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The word of the year from Oxford Dictionaries has a few across social media doing some head-scratching. It's all about the youth rally, right? [Read More]
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Oxford lexicographers say there was a fivefold increase in use of the term between 2016 and 2017... [Read More]
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Oxford lexicographers say there was a fivefold increase in use of the term between 2016 and 2017... [Read More]
Oxford Dictionaries has announced its 2017 Word of the Year: youthquake. The word is a noun that is "a significant cultural, political, or social change... [Read More]
Oxford Dictionaries is recognizing the power of the millennial generation with its 2017 word of the year: youthquake. [Read More]
Oxford Dictionaries is recognizing the power of the millennial generation with its 2017 word of the year: youthquake. Oxford lexicographers say there was a fivefold... [Read More]
Oxford Dictionaries has announced its 2017 word of the year: "Youthquake". The word is thus the most recent in the line of words to have... [Read More]
Oxford Dictionaries has selected 'youthquake' as its 2017 word of the year... [Read More]
The word of the year for 2017 has been revealed by the Oxford Dictionaries, and it'sinspired by Labour's success at the General Election. [Read More]
"Youthquake" takes the title after it saw increased usage in 2017, partly due to the General Election and surge of young voters. [Read More]
"Youthquake" has been named as Oxford Dictionaries' word of the year following in the footsteps of "omnishambles", "post-truth" and "selfie" to have been awarded the... [Read More]
Oxford Dictionaries says the word, coined in the 1960s, sums up millennials driving political change. [Read More]
The "broflakes" and "milkshake ducks" of the world have been trumped by a "youthquake".Oxford Dictionaries has selected the noun — defined as a significant cul... [Read More]
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