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solar road

noun
a cycle path paved with glass-coated solar panels that harvest energy
The solar road in the Netherlands is working even better than expected.
Submitted from United Kingdom on 16/07/2015

pansexual

adjective
relating to a sexuality that expresses itself in many different forms
Singer-songwriter Faylu, a kinda pansexual pin-up, has an outstanding style.
Submitted by: Max from China on 16/07/2015

introspect

verb
reflect on one's own thoughts and feelings
Each psychologist can introspect only his own mental processes.
Submitted by: Jansi from India on 15/07/2015

HDL

abbreviation
high-density lipoprotein: a type of cholesterol that carries bad cholesterol (LDL) away from your arteries and back to your liver, helping to prevent heart disease. It is also called good cholesterol.
Submitted by: Caleb Judy from United States on 15/07/2015

LDL

abbreviation
low-density lipoprotein: a type of cholesterol that can gradually turn into a hard substance which can stop your blood flowing properly and can eventually cause heart disease. It is also called bad cholesterol.
Submitted by: Caleb Judy from United States on 15/07/2015

abaculus

noun
a small tile made of glass, marble or other material used for making mosaics
Submitted on 14/07/2015

aloo tikki

noun
a famous Indian snack made of potato and spices
Give me one piece of aloo tikki 20rs please.
Submitted by: vineet kumar from India on 14/07/2015

gurl

noun
girl
Submitted on 13/07/2015

manage up

phrasal verb
to require lower-level employees to modify their performance in order to meet the interests and needs of their immediate supervisor. The opposite is 'manage down'.
Submitted by: Colchester Creek from United States on 13/07/2015

five-for

(also fifer)
noun
an expression used in cricket to refer to a bowler taking five wickets in a single innings
Steven Finn's 5 for 71 in England's World Cup opener in Melbourne was easily the most expensive five-for in World Cup history.
Submitted by: Colchester Creek from United States on 13/07/2015

crafternoon

noun
an afternoon full of crafts
I can't wait to have another crafternoon session!
Submitted by: Sophie from New Zealand on 12/07/2015

Matatu

noun
in Kenya and neighbouring countries, a privately owned minibus used as a shared taxi
Submitted on 11/07/2015

petrol shed

noun
a gas station in Sri Lankan English
Submitted on 11/07/2015

ladies' fingers

noun
another name for okra
Submitted on 11/07/2015

short eats

noun
snacks in Sri Lankan English
Submitted on 11/07/2015

parallelly

adverb
in parallel (used in Sri Lankan English)
Submitted on 11/07/2015

wanderoo

noun
in Sri Lanka, a gray langur (a type of monkey)
Submitted on 11/07/2015

mee

noun
a Malaysian English word for noodles
Submitted on 11/07/2015

handphone

noun
in Malaysian English, a mobile phone
Submitted on 11/07/2015

send

verb
in Malaysian English, to take someone somewhere
Can you send me to the ariport?
Submitted on 11/07/2015