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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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ONE of the great buzz phrases of the 1990s was performance-related pay.
While concepts like knowledge management and data warehousing have only recently become buzz phrases, IBM Research technicians are developing applications that will make them commonplace.
One of the current buzz phrases among media-makers is "the global market.
One-stop shopping," "transition from school to work," these are buzz phrases that also are challenging our expertise.
One of the currently popular buzz phrases is "interactive selling.
Despite the advent of various new buzz phrases in the search industry, success and failure in enterprise search pivots on pre-selection testing, adequate infrastructure, strong usability, and realistic budgets," reported Arnold.
Buzz phrases like 'Olympic legacy' and 'inspiration to young people' are being bandied around gaily in London as if in some way justifying what will be a gross expense on a two-week sporting celebration in four years' time.