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buzzword

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbuzzwordbuzz‧word /ˈbʌzwɜːd $ -wɜːrd/ noun [countable] 🔊 🔊 WORD, PHRASE, OR SENTENCEa word or phrase from one special area of knowledge that people suddenly think is very important 🔊 ‘Multimedia’ has been a buzzword in the computer industry for years.see thesaurus at word
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buzzwordMultimedia has been a buzzword in the computer industry for years.Interesting buzzwords that appear throughout your document will work well here.The big Internet buzzword at the moment is 'push technology'.'Going snap' on a decision was the latest buzzword in our office.These are the human dramas behind the organizational buzzwords.Heritage, the buzzword of the 1980s, is out; modernisation, the buzzword of the 1960s, is in.These are not the buzzwords of the legislated-excellence school reform movement.Customer-friendliness was the buzzword in British business circles.Mixed media: Those were the buzzwords for styles that combined several materials.
From Longman Business Dictionarybuzzwordbuzz‧word /bʌzwɜːd-wɜːrd/ noun [countable] a word or phrase from one special area of knowledge, that people suddenly think is important and use a lotThe term ‘online business community’ is something of a marketing buzzword these days.
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