Photobomb – Word of the Year 2014

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The word Photobomb has been named Word of the Year by the Collins English Dictionary.

Photobomb is the action of intruding on a photograph, often in the background.

Ther latest edition of the Collins English Dictionary include 50,000 new words.

The new print edition also includes the words selfie, onesie and adorkable.

Other new words in this edition include:

The new edition contains 722,000 words in total and is the largest single volume dictionary in print.

The dictionary was created in Scotland almost 200 years ago and is still compiled in Glasgow.

‘s and 1 H. Then select 25 of key words associated with the article.

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  1. These r the words i will crown when I’m in charge of the dictonary; Chocolate, Candy, Movie, T.V., Birthday, Christmas, Valentine, and LOVE!!! 🙂

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