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If you've ever wondered the true meanings of "extra," "slay," or "salty," here's everything you need to know.
A survey found some slang terms that many Americans deem "annoying." We broke down what they mean and how they got so popular.
From "it's lit" to "yeet," here are some popular words and phrases that everyone seems to be using these days and what they actually mean.
Police officers have unofficial jargon they seem to use across the board. Here are 11 of their most interesting cop lingo terms and what they mean.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez says she’ll ‘run train on the progressive agenda,’ sparking backlash from right-wing critics for using crud...
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is facing backlash for saying she plans to "run train on the progressive agenda" — a crude sexual slang term.
Words like "y'all," "wicked," "ope," and "ginder" are all specific to certain regions in the US.
Teens say they cringe when brands use these 11 outdated slang words — here’s what Gen Z is saying instead
You might think you know what slang words teens are using these days, but they've probably been out of vogue for years. "Yolo," "swag," and "bae" are out. Keep reading to find out what's replaced them.
Do you call it a water fountain or a bubbler? A milkshake or a frappe? Every US region seems to have its own special words and phrases, and the Northeast is no different. Check out this list of 14 things you probably won't hear people say anywhere else.
The South is a special place with its own quirks and traditions, but it's especially well-known for having a way with words. Take a look at some of these classic Southern words and phrases you probably won't hear anywhere else.
Movies like "Star Wars," "Ghostbusters," and "Clueless" are celebrated as classics. They also have made some lasting contributions to our vocabularies — sometimes in ways we don't even realize.