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bochurim"Bochurim" is a Yiddish and Hebrew term used to refer to young unmarried Jewish men, typically in their late teens or early twenties. In a traditional Jewish context, it often specifically refers to students studying in a yeshiva (a Jewish educational institution) or engaged in religious studies. The term is commonly used within Orthodox Jewish communities.added
1 month ago
toytThe secret language of toddlers who have mastered the art of toy negotiation. In the whimsical world of "Toyt," it's a universally understood expression that translates to, "This toy is mine, and I shall guard it with all the might of a dragon protecting its treasure hoard." The linguistic nuances of "Toyt" include subtle variations in pitch and intonation, allowing for sophisticated negotiations such as, "I'll trade you two Toyt-toys for that shiny one with the buttons!" It's a language only the most seasoned playroom diplomats can truly comprehend.added
1 month ago
paraphraserA paraphraser is a tool or individual that rewrites or rephrases a given text, maintaining its original meaning while using different words and sentence structures. Paraphrasing is often employed to convey information in a clearer or more succinct manner, to avoid plagiarism, or to present the same ideas in a different style. Paraphrasers can be both human writers or automated software designed to generate alternative versions of a text.added
2 months ago
raucous caucus"Raucous caucus" is a playful and alliterative phrase often used to describe a noisy, energetic, or tumultuous gathering, especially in the context of political discussions or meetings. The term combines "raucous," meaning loud, disorderly, or boisterous, with "caucus," which refers to a group of people with shared political goals or opinions.added
2 months ago
Ẹ ní kure (a yoruba phrase)"Ẹ ní Kure" is a Yoruba phrase that translates to "Good morning" in English. Yoruba is one of the major languages spoken in Nigeria and is also spoken in neighboring West African countries. In Yoruba culture, greetings are an essential part of daily interactions, and expressing good wishes in the morning is a common and polite practice.added
2 months ago
cybersavvy"Cyber-savvy" refers to being knowledgeable, skilled, and cautious in navigating the digital world, particularly in relation to online safety, security, and responsible digital behavior. It involves having a good understanding of potential risks, threats, and best practices to protect oneself and others from cybercrime, scams, privacy breaches, and other online hazards. Being cyber-savvy also entails being mindful of digital etiquette, critical thinking, and responsible use of technology.added
8 months ago
pirellisPirelli is an Italian multinational company that produces and distributes tires for various types of vehicles, including cars, motorcycles, and bicycles. The company was founded in 1872 and is headquartered in Milan, Italy. Pirelli is known for its high-performance tires, which are often used in motorsports such as Formula One racing. The company has a long history in motorsports and has been the official tire supplier for the Formula One World Championship since 2011. In addition to its tire production, Pirelli is also involved in other areas of business, including real estate, fashion, and telecommunications. The company has a strong presence in the global market and operates in over 160 countries worldwide. Pirelli is recognized for its commitment to sustainability and has implemented various initiatives to reduce its environmental impact, such as investing in renewable energy and reducing emissions in its manufacturing processes.added
11 months ago
iykykIYKYK is an acronym often used in informal conversation to indicate that a certain topic of conversation or piece of information is only understood by those who are already aware of it. It is typically used as a response to a statement that someone else may not immediately understand.added
1 year ago
redescente'Downhill' in the French language.added
1 year ago
neurologically intactNeurologically intact generally means that there is no problem of brain function that can be found on a physical exam.added
1 year ago
finiculaIn the Corsican language, Finicula means Finish.added
1 year ago
altcoinsAltcoin refers to any type of cryptocurrency other than Bitcoin, the first and oldest cryptocurrency. Cryptocurrencies that were launched after Bitcoin are called Altcoins.added
1 year ago
ateitAcronym for the Alexander Technological Educational Institute of Thessaloniki, a former higher education public institute, part of the Greek tertiary education system, specialized on science.added
1 year ago
asertAcronym for Academic Science Education & Research Training.added
1 year ago
asertPossible typo of Assert.added
1 year ago
asertThe Autism Services, Education, Resources, and Training Collaborative (ASERT) is a statewide initiative funded by the Office of Developmental Programs (ODP).added
1 year ago
sa'dArabic family name.added
1 year ago
webtoonWEBTOON(TM) is the world's largest digital comics platform, home to some of the biggest artists, IP, and fandoms in comics. As the global leader and pioneer of the mobile webcomic format, WEBTOON has revolutionized the comics industry for comic fans and creators. Today, a diverse new generation of international comic artists have found a home on WEBTOON, where the company’s storytelling technology allows anyone to become a creator and build a global audience for their stories.added
1 year ago
freatAn alternative form of the word freet.added
1 year ago
appidShort for Application Identifier — the unique ID assigned to your app.added
1 year ago
NARCANNARCAN is a trademark for the generic drug naloxone.added
1 year ago
wannawant to; want a.added
1 year ago
uniquestUniQuest Pty Ltd. is the technology and consulting arm of the University of Queensland.added
1 year ago
creapMisspelling of the word Creep.added
1 year ago
creadOperating as a statutory government agency, the Climate Resilience Execution Agency for Dominica (CREAD) leads and coordinates strategic initiatives across sectors in the Commonwealth of Dominica with the goal of making the country the world’s first climate resilient nation.added
1 year ago

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