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buzzword

Vox populi A generic name for a term that has been recently incorporated into the argot of a particular field
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LinkedIn has also noted a new trend based on the commonly used buzzwords in user profiles in the UAE.
What frustrates me with buzzwords is that by trying to sound important, they tend to confuse what really is important.
Most buzzwords are direct replacements for other words or attempt to twist the original meaning enough to claim a new meaning.
Here are tips on how to make sure your profile says all the right things, while giving you an edge over the competition: Banish overused buzzwords.
CEOs and corporations aren't looking for another buzzword.
Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed's colt seemed the logical market leader, having beaten Buzzword by more than four lengths when they clashed in the Group 2 King Edward VII Stakes at Royal Ascot, but his father's home bred son of Pivotal turned the form upside down.
Sheikh Mohammed's operation had struck with Campanologist, trained by Saeed bin Suroor, on Saturday and Buzzword got in on the act with a determined effort.
Instead, I would like to draw attention to a word that fits snugly into the definition but is rarely accorded the buzzword status it so richly deserves: democracy.
Fellow Godolphin inmates Al Zir and Buzzword could also be targeted at major prizes after being far from disgraced in finishing sixth and eighth respectively.
STRAPPING Shakespearean proved the buzzword at Sandown when he stormed into the top league of two-yearolds.
The colt followed trainer's orders and made all to leave Godolphin hotpot Buzzword minus a happy ending to his tale.
BUZZWORD (S bin SUROOR) Godolphin might not be farming the top races like they used to in the past but the 'Boys in Blue' still have some decent talent in their stables.