SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – Next time someone tries to tell you “hangry” isn’t a word during a game of scrabble, tell them to check the dictionary.
Tuesday, Merriam-Webster added 840 new words and definitions to adapt to the ever-evolving English vocabulary.
Science and technology advancements led to the addition of words like “fintech” and “biohacking.”
Words that aren’t even really words made it into the dictionary:
The abbreviation for “the greatest of all-time,” G.O.A.T., and “TL;DR:” – the abbreviation for “too long; didn’t read” – also made it into the dictionary.