What are the last 5 newest words in English?.
It is a very difficult question, as words are continually entering the language.
Here are the most recent entries to the Oxford English Dictionary, which were entered on 14th December 2006.
I have decided to choose five from this list, and define them
corporatization, n.: a form of economic reform which takes services from the direct control of the government, and places them in the control of government-owned corporations.
insourcing, n.: the opposite of outsourcing, that is, a service performed in-house.
jobseeker, n.: a person who is actively seeking work
thigh-high, adv., adj., and n.: reaching up to the thighs, a sock or stocking that extends to cover part of the thigh.
webcast, v.: a broadcast of an event or a recording of an event over the World Wide Web
If you are looking for spoken English examples here is a slang dictionary (double-tongued) which lists the last five entries into its database:
shack-wacky adj., exploding offer n., walkshed n., gravy plane n. motarded adj.
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