This new suite of 313 new words shows, purposefully or not, the manner in which technology and the digital world are altering our own language. The phrase”digital nomad,”for instance, which describes somebody who works remotely from various corners of the globe, can’t exist in a world without laptops. Also of note is the rise in words and phrases that tend to focus themselves within internet-based discourse, especially on social networks. Language like”folx”and”injury disposing” speak with left-leaning conversations around race and mental health, which are renters of platforms like Twitter and TikTok. Dictionary.com is not alone in letting the web affect its offerings. Dictionary.com.
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