Deposit £10 to get a £40 Welcome Bonus - That's £50 to play bingo, slots and more!*
New dictionary words
Vuvuzela, Cheeseball and Buzzkill are among two thousand new words that have been recognised by the latest Oxford Dictionary of English.
Some of the latest entries include:
A notional pill taken to make someone calm down
Calm down and relax
A roast dish consisting of a chicken inside a duck inside a turkey
Costing less than is usual or than might be expected; cheap or relatively cheap
Holiday spent in one's home country
A fussy person
A long horn blown by fans at soccer matches
Someone/thing regarded as emblematic of a nation's cultural heritage
A person or thing that has a depressing or dispiriting effect
Websites and applications used for social networking
The posting of very short entries on a blog
Automatically and in a way that seems ingenious, inexplicable, or magical
A pre-planned means of extricating oneself from a situation
Think about (something) too much or for too long
Viewing or presenting a situation as considerably worse than it actually is
Personal attributes that enable someone to interact effectively and harmoniously with other people
Little black dress
A person with whom one is friendly despite a fundamental dislike or rivalry
Lacking taste, style, or originality
A person whose job it is to make observations or predictions about new styles and trends
A meeting organized by means of posts on twitter
A close but non-sexual relationship between two men
An instance of a person accidentally exposing an intimate part of their body as a result of an article of clothing slipping out of position
Another term for unfriend (remove someone from a list of friends or contacts on a social networking site)
Do you have a word or phrase that you think deserves to be in the dictionary. It could be a word you and your colleagues use or a phrase you always use at home. Tell us below.
What's your new word?
Over 50 tracks to make you feel-good. New album out now...