Chef Eddie Huang and TV host Jeannie Mai are calling out the dictionary's outdated definition for "Chinese restaurant syndrome."
The term's usage shot up 10,796 percent in 2019.
Yes, "Gammon" is definitely funnier, but 2018 should be remembered for its environmental shockwaves.
Most dictionaries, as well as popular culture, mistakenly define “hacker” with a malicious connotation. It’s time to change that.
You'll never struggle to describe music again!
The popular, crowd-sourced lexicon was supposed to be the people's resource. The people are awful.
Over the years we've seen many charismatic agitators rise through the ranks with a straightforward populist agenda and an axe to grind.
We talked to the editor of the New Words department about how the staff determines which words to include each year.
Then Motherboard explains the problems inhibiting the rise of sex robots and i-D celebrates Vans' 50th birthday.
They also added the word "cakeage," which is that thing where a restaurant charges you money to eat the cake you brought from home.