TBH, not everyone will be bovvered by all of the 1,000 new words added to the Oxford English Dictionary (OED) in its latest quarterly update, which reveals current trends in the use of language.

Entries include air-punching - the action of thrusting a clenched fist into the air in elation or triumph - and bovver - part of the catchphrase of comedian Catherine Tate’s teenage character Lauren.

注:bovver这个词其实是凯特琳独创的bothered的变形,当她觉得烦了怒了囧了,就会说“Am I bovvered?”、"Do I look bovvered?"。

A number of internet slang acronyms such as ICYMI (in case you missed it), TBH (to be honest), and FWIW (for what it’s worth) also make the list.

Budgie smugglers, an Australian term used to refer to close-fitting swimming trunks, are featured in the update, along with Scandi crime thrillers and wild swimming.
用来表示紧身泳裤的一个澳大利亚术语Budgie smugglers(品牌俗称“走私鹦鹉”的三角泳裤)、Scandi crime thrillers (斯堪的纳维亚犯罪惊悚片)以及wild swimming(野外游泳)也出现在更新词汇中。

The phrase “taking candy from a baby”, in which one exploits an easy opportunity, is included as well as “sister from another mister” - a term for a very close female friend.
意指“一个人利用毫不费力的机会”的“taking candy from a baby”(易于反掌)以及用来表示“闺蜜”的“sister from another mister”也包含在新词中。

Other entries include fro-yo, the short form for frozen yoghurt, dudettes - the female form of dude - and agender for designating people who do not identify themselves as a particular gender.

Starter marriages are short-lived first marriages, often in preparation for something more long-term, while stupid o’clock is a time outside one’s normal waking life.
Starter marriage”指的是短暂的初婚,这条短语经常用来表示人们为了以后更长久的婚姻而权当试验的婚姻,而“stupid o’clock”指的是一个人正常清醒状态以外的时间(愚蠢的时间)。

Among the initialisms are a range of different ways to indicate that you’re about to be AFK (away from the keyboard) but hope to return shortly, including BRB ‘be right back’, TTYL ‘talk to you later’, ltr or l8r ‘later’, SYS (‘see you soon’), and GTG (‘got to go’).

There are also various ways to indicate either that you’re ‘just kidding’ (JK) or that someone else has (deliberately or unwittingly) managed to get you ROFL (‘rolling on the floor laughing’), including LMAO (‘laughing my ass off’) and the more emphatic (and profane) LMFAO.