Oxford Dictionary has declared ‘Youthquake’ the Word of the Year. This word means political awareness among million voters. Information about this was provided on Friday’s media report.
According to the report, Vogue magazine editor Diana Really used the term for the first time in 1960. This term was used for improving fashion, music and behavior. In the Oxford dictionary, the term “Youthquake” has been defined in the 1960s a series of stark political and cultural upheaval chains between students and students. Oxford dictionary said that the use of this word is currently made public. The word refers to the youth who want political change.
On the Oxford Dictionary case, Garthol said that this was not an easy choice but in 2017 the use of this word has increased five times in every day speeches.
These words were widely used in the general elections held in Britain in June. Word of the Year is the word or expression. It has attracted people’s attention for the last year, and it was widely used in newspapers, books and blogs. The word ‘post-truth’ was declared the Word of the Year last year.