Aug 18, 2011

"Retweet" And "Woot" Make It To The Concise Oxford Dictionary

"Retweet" and "Woot" are among the new words being added to the Concise Oxford English Dictionary.

Both the terms owe their origin to the social networking sites Twitter and Facebook respectively.

Here is what these words mean according The Concise Oxford Dictionary

Retweet : Repost or forward (a message posted by another user).

Woot : Used to express elation, enthusiasm, or triumph.

Source - The Telegraph

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