unique identifier: a number or attribute added to data to make it unique, and to differentiate it from other data
I've renamed the files to add a uniqueifier, so there are no clashes with existing files.Submitted from United Kingdom on 13/10/2016
We stoked up a bonzer campfire to keep the chills of a clear winter's night away.Submitted by: Javad Hekayati from Iran, Islamic Republic of on 12/10/2016
Bob and Chad are coproprietors of Company XYZ. Submitted by: brpenta from Brazil on 12/10/2016
(also pussycat bow)noun
a large, soft, floppy bow at the neck of a woman's blouse
Amid the controversy surrounding comments made by Donald Trump in 2005, Melania Trump walks into the second presidential debate wearing a "pussy bow" blouse.Submitted from United Kingdom on 12/10/2016
a small work (literary or musical)Submitted from India on 12/10/2016
a television show that deals with topics such as sadness, existential longing, and depression, with jokes and humour
The seeds of the unfunny comedy trend – dubbed, in the US, the sadcom – can probably be traced back to the original Office’s 2003 Christmas specials.Submitted by: Liz McGrath from United Kingdom on 11/10/2016
a sequence of words and phrases that means nothing
Do you think she thought for one second before spewing out another word salad?
A common symptom of schizophrenia is word salad.Submitted from United Kingdom on 11/10/2016
a system of education where children decide what to learn and when
Unschooling, also known as autonomous, child-led or delight-directed learning, has spread across the world from its inception in the counter culture of 1970s America.Submitted from United Kingdom on 11/10/2016
used instead of 'shit'
I tend to write a lot of shizzle about The Bachelor without ever having watched it.
used instead of 'sure'
I thought fo shizzle I was going to miss the ceremony. Submitted from United Kingdom on 11/10/2016
moving or behaving in an uninhibited way
We were itching to get jiggy with it, but we were in a city where we weren't sure if there were any good dancing places.Submitted from United Kingdom on 11/10/2016
have sex with someone
Nell's ex Jeremy got jiggy with her younger sister.Submitted on
Kim Kardashian has made a fortune out of her bootylicious curves.Submitted from United Kingdom on 11/10/2016
a dance style associated with hip hop that involves fast exaggerated movements
I started as a krump dancer for a local dance crew.
also a verb
Kiefer Sutherland is pretty cool. But can he krump?Submitted from United Kingdom on 11/10/2016
a very quick, deep, and unstable fall in securities prices in a very short period of time
Navinder Singh Sarao faces extradition to the US over claims he helped cause the 2010 Wall Street 'flash crash'.Submitted from United Kingdom on 27/04/2015
a sudden sharp and unexplained drop in the value of a currency, shares etc
Any hopes of the pound recovering after Friday’s “flash crash” were smashed at the opening of markets on Monday morning as trade-weighted Sterling fell to its lowest level since January 2009.Submitted from United Kingdom on 11/10/2016
a small structure that you sit in to have your phot taken by a machine; usually called a photo booth
I'm renting a party booth for our wedding.Submitted on 10/10/2016
a joke that is a bit laboured and not very funny, typically told by an older man
When he was at home he would always have some dad jokes to share.Submitted from United Kingdom on 10/10/2016
backwards and forwards
The object has moved fore and aft.Submitted by: Sevada Hakobyan from United States on 10/10/2016
a representation of the elements of a system using abstract, graphic symbols rather than realistic picturesSubmitted by: Mino from Italy on 08/10/2016
someone who takes an examination
Visual acuity is recorded for the person with normal vision as 6/6, the 6 on the left indicating the distance at which the testee is positioned for the test and the figure on the right, the digit found above the last perfectly read row of letters.Submitted by: Samuel Chung from Mexico on 08/10/2016