10 more words from the Cambridge Dictionary blog
PUBLISHED: 11:22 01 January 2018 | UPDATED: 11:58 04 January 2018
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As we’ve reported, the word populism was the word of the year for 2017 in the Cambridge Dictionary, but here are 10 more new words from the Cambridge Dictionary blog, and their meanings:
Omurice: A Japanese dish consisting of an omelette filled with fried rice and topped with ketchup.
Birchwater: A drink made from the sap of the birch tree, said to have health-giving properties.
Vegducken: A cooked dish consisting of three different types of vegetables placed inside each other.
Doorbuster: An article that is sold very cheaply in order to attract customers into a shop and make them buy other, more expensive, things.
Rovable: A very small robot that can be worn on your body and can carry out a number of different tasks.
Femoir: A book or other piece of writing based on a female writer’s personal knowledge and experiences, written from a feminist viewpoint.
Flybrary: A collection of books at an airport or on an aeroplane that people can borrow to read during their flight.
Snackadium: A selection of snack foods arranged in the form of an American football stadium, usually served to a group of people who are watching the annual Super Bowl game.
Manfant: An adult male who behaves like a young child.
Funsultant: Someone who advises employees on how to make the company a more fun place to work.