Instagirl noun [C]
UK /ˈɪn.stə.gɜːl/ US /ˈɪn.stə.gɝːl/
a female model who has a large number of followers on Instagram, a social media site for sharing photographs
US Vogue coined the term “Instagirl” to describe the new crop of models whose careers and Instagram platforms are effectively one and the same.
[The Observer, 5 March 2017]
shelfie noun [C]
a photograph that someone takes of the books and other objects on their shelves and then publishes on a social media site
Instagram has a lot to answer for. While most us are just beginning to get to grips with the selfie, the ‘shelfie’ movement has been gaining digital ground.
[The Telegraph, 3 February 2017]
surroundie noun [C]
a 360-degree photograph taken with a special camera
Forget selfies – 2017 is all about 360° cameras and ‘surroundies’, which capture the entire scene around you.
[Elle, January 2017]
14 thoughts on “New words – 29 May 2017”
The words are not useful。
I think many people do not want more words in the English Dictionary.
Nice thinking Mr.Marcelo Hahaha
Hello, why are you thinkng in this manner, in order to get more information in english is important to know new englisg words. bye take care Marcelo
Can’t agree more!!
Languge is alive and keeps changing. Thank God we have people registering changes and keeping us updated.
I like the first two, but ‘surroundie’ makes me cringe a little bit.
Language changes every day.
Languages Change, and We with Them.
wow.surroundie sounds awful
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