Gangnam Style Made it to Collins Dictionary

Gangnam Style Made it to Collins Dictionary -- Psy must have made a very distinct footprint in the world music industry by finding his single "Gangnam Style" into Collins Dictionary. On the same ground of recognition, "Fiscal Cliff" and "Romneyshambles" also made it to the dictionary's list.

The term "Fiscal cliff" refers to the issue facing the US citizens and their government brought about by the effectivity of the terms stipulated in the Budget Control Act of 2011. One of the highlights of it is the 2% tax increase for workers as year 2013 enters.

On the other hand, Romneyshambles is about the recent visit of the then US President candidate Mitt Romney to London, wherein he raised his doubts about the country's capability to host Olympics.

Collins English Dictionary is a British dictionary which was published by HarperCollins in Glasgow, sometime in 1979; It was under the editorial of Patrick Hanks.

Said Ian Brookes, the dictionary's consultant editor:
We were looking for words that told the story of the year. Some words are from events that have been and gone and so are not likely to stick around... but others are probably here to stay
Gangnam is actually a district in Seoul, Korea. People in the said area are known as trendy and hip.

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