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rexy

rexy  adj.— «Kate Moss and her friends have coined a new buzzword for her skinny physique—‘rexy.” The term, made up of the words anorexic and sexy, is apparently used by the supermodel, Sadie Frost and other A-list friends as a...

liftoff

liftoff  n.— «“Liftoff” in headhunter speak, or team movement in common parlance, is the latest buzzword that’s creating a stir in India Inc, especially in the financial sector.…Recently, four key executives from JM Financial...

windorphin

windorphin  n.— «Windorphins is the latest buzzword in eBay (Nasdaq: EBAY) CEO Meg Whitman’s vernacular. It’s the contraction of winning and endorphins, and it’s what the world’s leading online marketplace is hoping to stir up as it...

pay-for

pay-for  n.— «The Democrats’ new pay-as-you-go budget regimen means that lawmakers who want to spend more on one program have to either cut another or raise taxes to pay for it. Similarly, if they want to cut taxes, they must fund the cut...

pre-tox

pre-tox  v.— «However media reports into the benefits of peppermint may be stirring interest, and there is a general trend towards “pre-tox”—a new buzzword to describe preparing one’s body prior to overindulgence so that the...

informationalization

informationalization  n.— «Since the late 1980s when the word “informationalization” became a popular buzzword, many companies have adopted the local area network (LAN) system that connects PCs. “Employees of all...

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