Tricky language quiz tests your knowledge of obscure new additions to the Oxford English Dictionary – so, how many do YOU know?
- Quiz tests the nation’s knowledge of the newest words in the Oxford Dictionary
- Posted on US trivia site Playbuzz, challenge asks ten multiple choice questions
- Oxford Dictionary adds around 100 expressions to their database each year
The Oxford Dictionary adds over 100 new expressions to its database every year, but a tricky new challenge reveals not everyone has heard of the latest phrases.
The 10-question, multiple choice quiz, created by Anna Claro for US-based trivia website Playbuzz, features a handful of new additions from the past year.
Featuring slang words from coploft to satoshi, the creator said many people are unable to select the correct definition for each word.
So, how up to date are your English language skills? Scroll down to take the test and check your answers at the bottom.
The nation has been stumped by a new multiple-choice quiz shared on US-based trivia website Playbuzz (file image)
1 A non-Jamaican person who adopts or identifies with aspects of Jamaican culture
2 Anxiety about not having access to a mobile phone or mobile phone services
3 A situation that has been comprehensively mismanaged
4 A type of art glass, originally and chiefly manufactured in the United States in the late 19th and early 20th centuries
5 A room or storage space at the very top of a house or other building
6 The smallest monetary unit in the Bitcoin digital payment system
7 A message delivered by an ambassador or envoy
8 To be conceited, vain or pretentious
9 The action of rippling through the water
10 The action or an act of stabbing a person with a makeshift knife.