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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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Davis and Botkin provide a list of "the seven major ways in which business is mastering the opportunities presented by the knowledge revolution." While the ways amount to a catalog of buzz phrases, rather than a closely reasoned argument, they are individually interesting:
Voice recognition technology will help troops and civilians in high-risk situations by translating buzz phrases such as "don't shoot", "stay back" and "help will be here soon".
JOINED-UP thinking - it's one of those buzz phrases that raises a wry smile among cynics.
BUZZ phrases have gone pear-shaped, says a report out today.
The voice recognition-based technology would aid troops and civilians in high-risk and "hot zone" situations by translating buzz phrases such as "don't shoot", "stay back" and "help will be here soon".
Buzz phrases: "Let's get dangerous!" and "I am the terror that flaps in the night!"
Life Long Learning has become one of the Government's and Birmingham City Council's favourite buzz phrases in recent years and to be truly a city of learning all ages much be catered for.
Matched funding is one of the buzz phrases of financing bodies.