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Technocrats

A person who is knowledgeable and skilled in new technologies, who usually believe technology is the answer. apparent meaning: A group of people especially proficient in technology, who are More…

Technoexorcism

The purging of a system, likely a computer, of unwanted programs, typically viruses =The term “technoexorcism” would most likely heard by expert users of modern technology. It relies on More…

technology-y

relating to technology or the STEM fields =Though the correct form would seem to be technological, the word was likely formed on analogy to other informal adjectival words like mathy or More…

technolust

Enthusiasm to embrace and to possess new technology, and to exploit it to its fullest advantage. It is one of the buzzwords of the technology age, and it brims with energy and youthful More…

Technolust

The desire or craving for ownership of the newest, shiniest, or fastest models in technological development. apparent meaning: Yearning after the newest technology. This creative word More…

Technophobe

(blend, clipping) A person who is not proficient at using new technology, and, therefore, avoids using technology such as computers, cell phones, or portable music. =Much like other phobias More…

TECHNOPHOBIC

Characterized by a fear of new technology and failure to operate it successfully. Possible reason used: The person wanted to describe her fear of technology in a sophisticated and succinct More…

technoscientific

of or pertaining to both technology and science =This is a very technoscientific project. Etymology : From techno(logy) + 'scientific' =Television

technosexual

A person that spends more time with electronics and technology, than with other people; someone who is very passionate with technology; generally someone who has all the newest everything. More…

TedCruzin

Cruising through life with little idea of what is going on, but somehow managing decent success. =In other words, faking it so hard that you eventually make it. “I’m not sure how I’ve More…

Tee-Tee

to go to the bathroom for the purpose of urination. Reason Used: used to seem more like a baby, to look “cute.” =I have to go tee-tee. Etymology : Formed from More…

Teflon

(metonymy) To be slippery; to have criminal charges slip off of you due to connections, good lawyers, or careful proceedings. =“Rick Ross always gets out of his criminal charges. That’s why More…

tegwar

[the initials of the exciting game without any rules]. A card game played by three or more players in which a master invents the rules as the game progresses and subjects the other players More…

Teh

1. Definite article. 2. Exceedingly, very. Common mistyping of “the” has come to replace the original in certain online communities and the 1337 (elite) language where it is More…

Teh

The. Apparent meaning: a synonym for the Analysis of word: a misspelling of the, commonly occurring when typing very fast on a computer keyboard Type of novel formation: misspelling More…

teh

Intensifier meaning awesome, paramount, or “super big” Type of Formation: creative misspelling Possible Reason Used: The use of this term likely gained popularity among the More…

teh

A word in the ‘haxor’ online language that means ‘the’. The function is the same as ‘the’ but the pronunciation is altered. in the online More…

Teh sux0rs

That/this sucks. I'm sorry. That's too bad. =This is an example of leet (or 1337) speak in which typos and symbols and numbers are substituted for letters. It is not actually More…

Tele

television set =The term “tele” or “telly” is commonly used by the British to refer to a television. The use of the word most likely arose out of the desire for ease of pronunciation. More…

Tele (1)

(of teleport) the act of teleporting to a location (used to refer to the spell "Teleport" in League of Legends") =A clipping of teleport, used to refer to the spell More…


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