Coolness or extreme reserve in manner. Also in the top 10 foreign words that are now in the Merriam-Webster Dictionary.
Oxford Dictionaries 2017 word of the year meaning “a significant cultural, political, or social change arising from the actions or influence of young people”.
The amount of odors humans can smell!
A form of body image disorder characterized by an obsessive preoccupation with a muscular appearance.
Named word of the year by dictionary publisher Collins.
The cost each year to five OECD countries due to sleep deprivation.
America has 4.4% of the world’s population, but almost half of the civilian-owned guns around the world.
The Japanese concept that offers a new perspective on finding happiness, roughly meaning ‘a reason to live’, or ‘the happiness of being always busy’.
The worth of the annual trainer resale market globally. All thanks to Yeezys.
The ratio of male fish that are now transgender due to chemicals from contraceptive pills being flushed down household drains.
People with this phobia suffer from a fear of being laughed at.
How much money some lookalikes can earn. Yes, it’s a real job!
Sleeping well gives a mood boost similar to a scooping jackpot of £120,000.
The supposed number of steps to take in a day… is an arbitrary number made up in a 1960s Japanese study?
Denoting or relating to people who identify as non-human. One of 300 words that has just been added to the English Dictionary!
The gene editing technique that could help eradicate health conditions and bring back the woolly mammoth!
Seafood eaters ingest up to 11,000 tiny pieces of plastic every year. Yuk!
Described as “coziness of the soul,” and for the Danes—who are considered the happiest people on the planet—it’s a way of life. Here’s how to get it.
The average patient now takes antidepressants for 50 per cent longer than they did in the 1990s.
Japanese lovers of the exquisite bento lunchboxes sold at train stations. Trainspotting taken to a whole new level!
Merriam-Webster’s “word of the year.” Never before have so many people felt compelled to look it up on their dictionary as they did in 2016.
Oxford Dictionaries 2016 “word of the year” is an adjective meaning when “objective facts are less influential in shaping public opinion than appeals to emotion and personal belief”.
The number of websites in North Korea.
In Qaddafi’s compound, Libyan rebels found a photo album filled with pictures of Condoleezza Rice.
The worth of gold flushed down British sewers every year, just by washing your gold rings!