The New Oxford American Dictionary Shows Support for Local

The New Oxford American Dictionary Shows Support for Local
Christine Huang
  • 13 november 2007

The results are in: this year’s New Oxford American Dictionary word of the year is … locavore. As a testament to the growing salience of the sustainability movement, the triumph of “locavore”  is no minor prize. The Oxford University Press made the announcement yesterday on their blog, explaining the meaning and significance of the word:

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