An old word is new again, and its translation is a lot more interesting than you might think.
English words are always changing, so the dictionary is constantly being updated to reflect the changes, says dictionary editor John-John D’Andrea.
“Words have to change because they have been invented,” he says.
“And we don’t want the word to be the same as it was yesterday.”
English words used by different people vary a lot in meaning, meaning, pronunciation and other characteristics.
Here are some new words that seem to be on the rise in the dictionary.1.
New English word: “I’ve been eating”It sounds a lot like “I eat”, but there are a couple of important differences.
First, the word “eat” has been replaced with “eat my”.
The second difference is the pronunciation of the word.
The first pronunciation is still “eat”, but it is slightly more emphatic than “eat”.
The new word is also new to the dictionary, as it is from the United Kingdom and was invented in 2012.
It means “to drink”.2.
English word used by a female: “It’s a big girl”It is now commonly used in the UK as a verb, meaning to “get up and walk away”, which means it could be a reference to a large or intimidating female person.3.
New British English word to describe a man: “man up”It was first used in an English-language publication in 2012, but the word was changed to “manly man” in 2018.4.
New American English word for “man” to describe “an animal” It’s now used as an adjective, meaning “strong”.5.
New French word for a female to mean “man’s wife”It’s now the standard English word, meaning a female lover.6.
New Italian word for an animal: “to eat”It means “eat, to be, eat”.7.
New Japanese word for man: to eat or be “a man”The word “man”, which translates as “man-like” and was used as a title in the first English-speaking language in 1616, is now used to describe male humans, with its modern translation being “man of good breeding”.8.
New Portuguese word for woman: “a woman’s woman”It now means “woman of good quality”.9.
New Russian word for female: ‘an old woman’It’s used as “old lady” and is now the term for a woman who is older than 70.10.
New Australian English word that means ‘a woman with a small, round face’: ‘the woman’s face’There are now two meanings of the term, but in both cases it means “small”.
The word, which originated in the US, has since spread to Australia.