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freeter

freeter n. a person who takes a series of temporary jobs; a job-hopper, temp worker, or freelancer. Also freeta. Etymological Note: free + Ger. arbeit ‘work’ (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

freeter

freeter  n.— «Some young people choose to live on a series of part-time jobs rather than look for a permanent one. In the local vernacular, they’re called “freeters,” a combination of “free” and...

–ting

–ting  suffix— «Adding or using the English gerund suffix “-ing” (or “-ting”) is quite common in Korean/Konglish, from “sogaeting” to “phone-ting” to “meeting” (group blind...

meeting

meeting  n.— «Adding or using the English gerund suffix “-ing” (or “-ting”) is quite common in Korean/Konglish, from “sogaeting” to “phone-ting” to “meeting” (group blind date)...

meeting

meeting  n.— «As dating became less and less formal, the “-ting” ending was used to describe these new styles of courtship. The dating format began changing in the 1970s, with university students who felt stifled by the old...