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meeting

meeting  n.— «In addition, other loan terms such as the Konglish term meeting (meaning a blind date) can be introduced in appropriate English usage contexts.» —“Speaking in Tongues: Chinglish, Japlish and Konglish” by David...

mobbing

mobbing  n.— «Well, “mobbing” is also used in Spain with the “workplace bullying” meaning.» —“English Words in German” by JR Living in Europe (Spain) May 13, 2004. (source: Double...

kanny

kanny  n.— «In most languages the terms used for mobile phones reflect their two salient features: mobility and intimacy. Finnish teenagers called mobile phones “jupinalle” (meaning yuppie teddy bears); now they call them...

kannykka

kannykka  n.— «In most languages the terms used for mobile phones reflect their two salient features: mobility and intimacy. Finnish teenagers called mobile phones “jupinalle” (meaning yuppie teddy bears); now they call them...

jupinalle

jupinalle  n.— «In most languages the terms used for mobile phones reflect their two salient features: mobility and intimacy. Finnish teenagers called mobile phones “jupinalle” (meaning yuppie teddy bears); now they call them...

Fujimorazo

Fujimorazo  n.— «The 1990 election of Alberto Fujimori, a political “outsider,” was an appeal by Peruvians for a strong hand at the helm as the country weathered the storms of economic chaos. Fujimori wasted little time in...