Some typical examples of revised and updated entries are found under praline, precipice, and preppy.
If the range contains a cluster of important terms from a particular area of life, then it is probably from religion and the Church, represented by preach, prebendary, presbytery, priest, and a number of other terms.
On 15 March 2007 the alphabetical range Prakrit-prim was added to the New Edition: every word in this range has been thoroughly revised and updated. We have also added a further list of new words from across the alphabet.
The OED’s chief editor, John Simpson, provides some observations on the revision of this section of the alphabet, and Graeme Diamond comments on some of the most interesting new words in the batch. But a recheck shows that it has at last been toppled from this position.
(1) An organization that provides an information service over the Internet.
Examples are search engines, cloud storage services and application service providers.
If e-mail was provided, it could only be sent to members of the same service.
After the Internet became popular, all the proprietary services provided Web access to their content.
have two main intersecting aims: to revise thoroughly a section of the alphabet, and to add new entries from across the alphabet.Pig Latin, a systematically altered form of English used as a sort of code, especially by children (commonly produced by transferring the initial consonant or consonant cluster of each word to the end of the word and adding a vocalic syllable, usually /e, which continues to give rise to new formations as rapidly as ever.