Translation of buzzword in Spanish:

buzzword

palabra de moda, n.

Pronunciation /ˈbəzˌwərd//ˈbʌzwəːd/

noun

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    palabra de moda feminine
    • Far more efficient searches involve specific paedophile buzzwords or phrases documenting particular forms of abuse.
    • The terms have become buzzwords for coffee drinkers around the world.
    • We hear all the buzzwords and terms, such as ‘bright future’, but what do they actually mean?
    • Most of the questions are quite vague, and use lots of buzzwords.
    • Backyard biodiversity is the international buzzword, and it could well be a thought for the city residents.
    • As India's most fashionable week comes to an end, the buzzword here is business.
    • In their statements, they have become expert in using pompous phrases and key buzzwords to cover up ugly banalities.
    • The rest of us know this is just propaganda and the terms are just hollow buzzwords that do not match reality of living here.
    • It's a buzzword, a catchphrase, and I simultaneously wince and stifle laughter whenever I hear it.
    • Walking is a growing segment of soft adventure - the buzz phrase for active travel with modest physical challenge, but with little or no danger.
    • Sure, new creative techniques emerged, new buzzwords appeared, new brand theories and media were busy being invented at an ever-increasing rate.
    • A new female role model is emerging, and there's even a new buzzword to describe her.
    • Uncritical assumptions and buzzwords like these can lead to dodgy design.
    • The fashion buzzword is nostalgia and the new look is old-inspired as it is by the 70s and the 80s.
    • In all fairness, ‘exile’ has become a buzzword and is fashionable in academic circles.
    • Globalisation is an international buzzword, guiding government policies and attracting world wide protest.
    • Researchers noted the difficulty of adequately conveying terms such as these to people who were not fully conversant with the latest Western intellectual buzzwords.
    • In all such cases, there is a real meaning to the term but as a political buzzword it is rarely if ever defined.
    • If natural selection is the buzz phrase of Darwinian theory, then specified complexity is the buzz phrase of the intelligent design movement.
    • This winter's fashion has ushered in ‘ladylike’ as a buzzword, meaning that the classics are up for renewal again.