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film tourism

08.07.2024|

A form of tourism in which visitors explore locations and destinations that have become popular due to their appearance in films and TV series. Source: Wikipedia

situationship

01.07.2024|

A situationship is a romantic or sexual relationship that is not considered to be formal or established. Source: https://learningenglishwithoxford.com/2024/02/02/8-new-words-in-english-for-2024/.

voorkauwgeneratie

25.06.2024|

The generation growing up with AI, which heavily relies on it for tasks that require independent and creative thinking, potentially leading to a decline in these abilities. A Dutch neologism: voor (pre- or [Read More ...]

technolosolutionnisme

17.06.2024|

An ideology that seeks technological solutions to (social, economic, etc.) problems without examining the underlying causes. A French neologism: techno- (relating to technology); -solution (means of solving a problem); -isme (>a doctrine or ideology).

punktoza

10.06.2024|

The phenomenon in academia where the primary goal becomes accumulating credits (points) for published scientific work. A Polish neologism: punkty (credits) + -osis (>disease).

eneolist

04.06.2024|

A person who participates in ENEOLI, the European Network on Lexical Innovation. FR énéoliste PT eneolista

geobragging

25.04.2024|

Repeated status updates noting your location in an attempt to get attention or make other people jealous.

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