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English translation of 'Modewort'

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neuter nounWord forms: Modewörter plural
in-wordbuzz word

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Example Sentences Including 'Modewort'

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Aber plötzlich wurde es zum überstrapazierten Modewort , was seine weitere Verwendung ausschloß.
Die Tageszeitung (1998)
Intelligence " heißt das Modewort , das sich die Polizeien aus der Welt der Geheimdienste ausgeliehen haben.
Die Tageszeitung (1995)
Um die innere Krise zu beschreiben, die derzeit besonders die Lehrer in Westdeutschland trifft, bemühen die Pädagogen ein Modewort aus der amerikanischen Psychologie:
Der Spiegel

Trends of 'Modewort'

Used Occasionally. Modewort is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary

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'Modewort' in Other Languages

British English: buzzword NOUN
A buzzword is a word or expression that has become fashionable in a particular field and is being used a lot by the media.
Biodiversity was the buzzword of the Earth Summit.
  • American English: buzzword
  • Brazilian Portuguese: palavra da moda
  • Chinese: 某领域的时髦用语
  • European Spanish: palabra de moda
  • French: mot à la modeN
  • German: Modewort
  • Italian: termine alla moda
  • Japanese: 専門的流行語
  • Korean: 유행어
  • European Portuguese: palavra de ordem
  • Latin American Spanish: palabra de moda


Translation of Modewort from the Collins German to English
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