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‘Swag’ has a long and diverse history, and the way the word is used continues to shift and change today. It’s no wonder Oxford Dictionaries users have been looking up ‘swag‘ a lot! Despite its widespread familiarity today, as well as its ubiquitous presence in celebrity news, the word ‘swag’ has actually been around since […]more
In this post, we look at Australian English. Professor Bruce Moore, director of the Australian National Dictionary Centre, Australian National University , has this to say about Australian English in an article on the OED website: Australian English differs from other Englishes primarily in its accent and vocabulary. The major features of the accent were […]more