New English Words & Slangs Youth Should Know


Language is alive and forever changing, that is why we’ve compiled this handy list of English words, slangs to keep you updated and to pump up your English vocabulary.

We’ve also included definitions/ examples of how to use them in a sentence.

It’s time to become the smartest among your friends. Here we go…

  1. Moobs

Meaning- Oddly breasts on a man, typically as a result of fat.

Sentence- Dude! Banish your moobs with workout.

  1. YOLO

An acronym meaning- ‘You Only Live Once’.

Sentence- You only live once; but if you live it right, once is enough.

  1. Yogalates

Meaning- Used when Pilates exercises are combined with yoga asanas.

Sentence- Have you tried Yogalates yet?

Do yoga with a twist. Try Yogalates Babendude.

  1. Earworm

Meaning- A song or tune that once you hear, gets stuck in your head.

Sentence- That new song of that movie is such an earworm.

  1. Staycation

Meaning- Spending holiday in a hometown rather than travelling out of the country.


Relaxing around the house or doing activities in the local area.

Sentence- I’m having a ‘Staycation’ this weekend, as I’m trying to save money dude.

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  1. Webisode

Meaning- An episode or a series created solely for online screening.

Sentence- There is a new romantic webisode online, have you seen that babe?

  1. Bromance

Meaning- A close, but non-sexual relationship between 2men.

Sentence- Bromance is blossoming, says research.

  1. Screenager

Meaning- Teenagers (Twenties youth) who have an aptitude for computers & Internet.

Sentence- We’re living in a era of ‘Screenager’.

  1. Sus

Meaning- Sus comes from ‘Suspect. It’s the Internet’s word for sketchy or shady.

Sentence- Stuffs that you have given to those folks. That was sus.

  1. Stan

Meaning- Word for a hardcore, overzealous, obsessive fan of a celebrity.

Sentence- This celebrity has millions of stans, who are obsessed with him.



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