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The Oxford English Dictionary's newest entries include more than 100 film-related terms... [Read More]
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In 1990, the American Dialect Society named its first "word of the year" — a word (or phrase) chosen by a group of linguists and... [Read More]
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Test your knowledge with amazing and interesting facts, trivia, quizzes, and brain teaser games on MentalFloss.com. [Read More]
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Have you ever used a word like "Kubrickian" to describe something and felt a little strange? Referred to a movie as "torture porn" and been... [Read More]
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a government formed of people considered ignorant or idiotic - is among 1,400 new words, senses, and phrases added in the latest update of the... [Read More]
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The Oxford English Dictionary has acknowledged over 1,400 new words, including film-related ones such as Kubrickian, Spielbergian, Altmanesque and Lynchian... [Read More]
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Fam, nothingburger and idiocracy are among the latest words to be added to the Oxford English Dictionary, reflecting the turbulent politics and popular culture sweeping... [Read More]
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The Oxford English Dictionary has added more than 1,400 new words to its vocabulary. [Read More]
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A slang term for friends and family, a few insults and various film terms make the cut. [Read More]
FAM, bonking and arse-kisser are among 1,400 new words and phrases added to the Oxford English Dictionary, sparking calls for a rethink from shocked social... [Read More]
The Oxford English Dictionary has recognised the cultural influence of film makers such as David Lynch, Quentin Tarantino and Stanley Kubrick. The latest edition has... [Read More]
Do you ever wonder what somebody actually means when they say something is "Tarantinoesque?" Have you ever seen a movie where someone heard a "diegetic"... [Read More]
From "The Puffy Chair" to the Oxford English Dictionary, mumblecore has come a long way. [Read More]
New edition of Oxford English Dictionary will include more than 100 cinematic words and phrases... [Read More]
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