Pages in category "2000s slang" The following 29 pages are in this category, out of 29 total. This list may not reflect recent changes . B. Bromance; C. Chairo (slang
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The 2000s (pronounced "two-thousands"; shortened to the ' 00s) was a decade of the Gregorian calendar that began on January 1, 2000, and ended on December 31, 2009.. The early part of the decade saw the long-time predicted breakthrough of economic giant China, which had double-digit growth during nearly the whole decade.
Slang is language of an informal register that members of particular in-groups prefer over the common vocabulary of a standard language in order to establish group identity, exclude outsiders, or both. The word itself came about in the 18th century and has been defined in multiple ways since its conception. With each definition, the implications of slang vary.
A slang dictionary is a reference book containing an alphabetical list of slang, which is vernacular vocabulary not generally acceptable in formal usage, usually including information given for each word, including meaning, pronunciation, and etymology.
word meaning Prog short for programme — a term used by the comic in place of "issue" or "edition" Thrill-power measurement of the quality inherent in 2000 AD.Reading too many progs can lead to a Thrill-power overdose and a common enemy of Tharg are Thrill-suckers.
2000年代. 2000年（平成12年） 6月26日 - Yahoo!のサーチエンジンに採用された。 10月 - Overtureの課金型リスティング広告を参考にアドワーズを開始。 2001年（平成13年） 2月 - Usenetのnewsgroupのdejaを初買収し、Googleグループに統合する。
President Bouteflika remained president for the entirety of the 2000s decade, after being re-elected to serve another five year term in 2004 and 2009.   The political system of the country during this period shifted to a slightly more democratic style government under Bouteflika’s leadership, as opposed to the strictly "military rule ...
Etymology. Opinion is divided on the origin of the term. "Chav" may have its origins in the Romani word "chavi", meaning "child". The word "chavvy" has existed since at least the 19th century; lexicographer Eric Partridge mentions it in his 1950 dictionary of slang and unconventional English, giving its date of origin as c. 1860.