buzzword


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buzz·word

 (bŭz′wûrd′)
n.
An stylish or trendy word or phrase, especially when occurring in a specialized field.

buzz•word

(ˈbʌzˌwɜrd)

n.
a word or phrase, often sounding authoritative or technical, that has come into vogue in popular culture or a particular profession.
[1965–70]

buzzword

A word used in a particular jargon that gains a wider, fashionable, currency.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.buzzword - stock phrases that have become nonsense through endless repetitionbuzzword - stock phrases that have become nonsense through endless repetition
hokum, meaninglessness, nonsense, nonsensicality, bunk - a message that seems to convey no meaning
Translations
كَلِمَه شائِعَه
módní slovo/pojem
modeord
palabra de moda
buzzwordmot à la modemot en vogue
divatos frázis v. kifejezés v. szó
madingas/populiarus žodelis/posakis
populars vards
buzzword
módne slovo
modna beseda
buzzword
cafcaflı sözgösterişli söz

buzzword

[ˈbʌzwɜːd] Npalabra f que está de moda, cliché m

buzzword

[ˈbʌzwɜːrd] nmot m à la mode

buzzword

(ˈbazwəː(r)d) noun
a word or phrase that is frequently used because of its importance or popularity especially among a certain age-group or profession. `Recycling' is the new buzzword.
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Writing in his https://www.thescottishsun.co.uk/sport/football/4675578/kris-boyd-brendan-rodgers-text-celtic-rangers/ column, Boyd hit back at Rodgers with a withering retort, in which he referred to the Northern Irishman as "prickly" and "Mr Buzzword", without revealing exactly what was said in the message.
Without that, pardon the buzzword, there's no win-win.
LinkedIn reveals the most overused CV buzzwords According to social media giant LinkedIn, "experience" is the most overused buzzword by the platform's millions of users in the UK.
Summary : Don't just replace one buzzword with another buzzword.
Meanwhile, the buzzword 'expert' re-enters the top ten in 2016 while 'specialised' topped the list in both 2016 and 2017, as professionals look to verify their expertise.
The buzzword for the post-Brexit landscape both in Europe and further afield is 'uncertainty'.
Whether it's a colleague speaking perplexing phrases in a meeting or a baffling corporate memo, the business buzzword blitz shows no sign of abating.
Austerity - Despite it having become a key election buzzword, with party leaders pressed to declare whether they are for or against austerity, the word is actually fairly meaningless in terms of specific economic policy commitments.
I started to think that perhaps attendees could play some sort of Buzzword Bingo each time one of these phrases were uttered at a newspaper conference (and it would probably make a very dangerous drinking game).
As you emerged from the holiday season, brushed off the bits of turkey hanging on your clothes and tried to figure out what to remove from that stupidly optimistic new year resolutions list, there is one thing that should have hit you in the face the moment you returned to your desk: yup it's the new buzzword. And the buzzword is 'retail'.
Finally, rather than focusing on the latest and greatest buzzword, don't forget that customers need suppliers that can solve their peculiar problems and help them with their daunting challenges just as much as suppliers need customers who can articulate what they need, what they want and what they value, so together (read: working together and share information) true value can be derived.
This can be an especially irritating buzzword when combined with persona, as in, "Your authentic persona is disrupting my growth hacking."