buzz word


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buzz word

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buzzword

n
informal a word, often originating in a particular jargon, that becomes a vogue word in the community as a whole or among a particular group
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buzz word

n (fam) → termine m in voga
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Ecotourism is a popular buzz word in Pakistan right now, and everyone knows it is required, but it means different things to different people.
Summary: Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India], Dec 18 (ANI-NewsVoir): Crypto Currency is the new buzz word in today's electronic transaction age.
FIRST we had hygge (pronounced 'hoo-gah', the Danish word for cosiness) and now the latest Danish buzz word is lykke ('lookah').
READ IT FIRST we had hygge (pronounced 'hoo-gah', the Danish word for cosiness) and now the latest Danish buzz word is lykke ('lookah').
Benny Boye Johansen, head of Open API, said, 'Open Banking has become a buzz word in the financial industry, but Saxo Bank's multi-asset trading infrastructure is unique in actually making it possible to tap into almost any part of the value chain using a combination of APIs and technologies.
Sherwin Gatchalian wants the government to once and for all clarify President Rodrigo Duterte's repeated call for an independent foreign policy, which according to him has become a 'buzz word' but without details.
With air miles being a buzz word, importing food (hygiene standards) isn't an option!
com) Two for one deal CO-WASHING is the latest buzz word in hair care.
Big data is a buzz word, which really identifies the nexus between statistics, business intelligence, data gathering, analytics, and storage, he says, and while none of the skills involved are particularly rare, the combination and understanding of big data mean that staff with the right combination of skills are rare.
But 'momentum' is the new buzz word around these parts and pulling level on points with champions St Patrick's Athletic represents a solid start.
Julien may have been swept off the Strictly dancefloor but with "barely there" the current buzz word in red carpet ds s resses, the Welshman is having quite the fashion moment.