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FOG

FOG  n.— «We’ve had penthouses, duplexes and coach houses—and now the latest “must have” property in the housing market is a FOG—a flat over a garage.» —“FOGs—the new property buzzword ” Property...

craftivism

craftivism  n.— «This holiday season, consider the latest crafting-community buzzword: craftivism, crafting for a cause. Whatever your skill level or your cause, there’s a way to match your handiwork with someone who really needs it...

chummery

chummery  n.— «PG accommodations, working people’s hostels, messes are fast making ways for what is known as called chummery, a new buzzword among host of urban professionals.…Most of such “mixed” apartments are owned...

polyloom

polyloom  v.— «Recycling plastic waste in an easy, cost effective manner is now possible with a “polyloom”—a loom which weaves plastic bags into items of daily use.» —“Polylooming, new buzzword for a plastic-free...

drop-in

drop-in  n.— «For Labour’s strategists, the buzzword is direct communication — cosy meetings between candidates and “ordinary voters”, ideally captured by television cameras and with no opportunities for hacks to ask questions...

olectronics

olectronics  n.— «Consumers may soon have to learn a new word—”olectronics”—when buying electronic products now a scientific breakthrough has added new features to lamps and cell phones. The first letter “o” in the...

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