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neologism
American English: /niˈɑləˌdʒɪzəm/
British English: /nɪˈɒlədʒɪz(ə)m/

Translation of neologism in Spanish:

noun

  • Example sentences
    • His work routinely exhibits a Joycean verbal playfulness and exuberance, and is littered with inventive neologisms and mixed metaphors.
    • Politicians invent neologisms and use words in a very imaginative way.
    • Radner writes long, convoluted sentences and regularly coins neologisms; he also employs words without much sensitivity to the alternative associations that they are likely to breed in the minds of the reader.

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