grip-lit noun a genre of novel that has an exciting psychological storyline
The Bookseller magazine remembers otherwise. In a puzzling article in its most recent issue, it refers to ‘grip-lit’ (AKA the gripping psychological thriller) in a way that suggests it is a trend belonging to last year and, if we’re lucky, this year too […]
[www.theguardian.com/ 29 January 2016]
hunkvertising noun informal the use of pictures of attractive, scantily-clad young men to advertise products
Beckham in his pants and David Gandy in his swimming trunks: How ‘hunkvertising’ has put men under pressure to get the perfect body
[www.dailymail.co.uk 27 January 2016]
sad rap noun a form of slow rap music with emotionally intense lyrics
Hopsin is a kind of new rapper who has great potential, but this song just doesn’t cut it, there’s plenty other sad rap songs that belong in this spot.
[www.thetoptens.com 04 January 2016]
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Eu tenho utilizado muito o Cambridge Dictionary porque é fiel aos verdadeiros costumes das pessoas que moram no reino Unido. Por exemplo hoje me mandaram “MKAH”. Quando eu perguntei a pessoa o que significava ela disse “beijos”. No Cambridge Dictionay confirmou isto, em outros sites no google o significado explica muito diferente. Em quem acreditarei? Num nativo e não no site.
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