Oxford declares ‘Toxic’ as 2018 Word of the Year
London: Oxford Dictionary has declared ‘toxic’ the word of the year. According to this, the word reflects the conditions, mood swings and emotion etc. which emerged in 2018.
The Oxford Dictionary has declared ‘toxic’ the word of the year. According to this, the word reflects the conditions, mood swings and emotion etc. which emerged in 2018. The Oxford English Dictionary said in a statement that “Oxford Word of the Year” is a word or expression that holds significance in terms of cultural significance. In addition to ‘toxic’ in the list of words for the year’s year, the words ‘Gaaselting’, ‘Insel’ and ‘Teclass’ were included. Of these, ‘toxic’ was selected.
Statistics show that this year the term ‘chemical’ and ‘masculinity’ are also used with ‘toxic’. According to the statement, ‘Toxic masculinity’ was used in the two-to-campaign. The use of toxic masculinity is also used in some of the most popular events of the year such as hearing Brett Kawanah Senate Judicial Committee that gathers international headlines. This word has deepened the public opinion and in 2018 people have discussed it very well. “
The use of the adjective ‘toxic’ is in the context of ‘poisonous’ and for the first time in English, it was used in the middle of the 17th century, which came from medieval Latin word ‘toxics’. It means ‘poison’ or ‘full of poison’.
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