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double-lifer

double-lifer  n.— «Double-lifers (students who lead double lives juggling their studies and business ventures).» —“Bitter Neologisms Arise During Employment Crisis” by Jung-Eun Lee Dong-a Ilbo (S. Korea) Jan...

eat rats

eat rats  v.— «The presenter, Khabilutsi Wotana, insisted that “Okhulia tsimbeba”—literally translated as “eating rats” (euphemism for adultery), could lead to a woman getting divorced.» —“Time for Song And...

grantepreneur

grantepreneur  n.— «Higher taxes needed to finance such action lead to growth of the tax avoidance industry and to the phenomenon of the grantepreneur and the rent-seeking society.» —by Dermot McAleese in Trinity College...

matchbook college

matchbook college  n.— «County funds have also paid for “internet campuses” that offer learning programs to “fit your learning style and budget” as well as online multiple choice exams that lead to a college degree...

scraper

scraper n. an automobile, especially a large, unfashionable passenger vehicle that has been customized. Editorial Note: This term appears to originate in and be specific to northern California, especially the San Francisco Bay area. Etymological...

foot fault

foot fault  n.— «TEI is highly concerned that even the slightest misstep—a mere foot fault—by a corporate employee could lead to Draconian personal penalties.» —“Misrepresentation of a tax matter by a third party” by John M...