Today, the Oxford English Dictionary announced a fair few new additions to their pages.

As they do every year, they added words that have either been invented or evolved from existing words.

Some of them are more used than others (remember ‘youthquake’), and some will make you feel 100 years old and so out of the loop.

You may also be surprised that some of them weren’t already in the dictionary.

Test your knowledge with our definition quiz. Beware, though, you’ll have to really be up-to-date on your 2019 zeitgeisty terms to get a full house.

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