lexicon : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n a language user's knowledge of words
- n a reference book containing an alphabetical list of words with information about them
- Davos entered the global lexicon as a place you went to try out new ideas, confirm trends or launch initiatives.
- Had to learn the hard way the lexicon of the 80's and discover exactly what "spin" means.
- There's an exhaustive lexicon of such Singlish gems at talkingcock.
News & Articles
- The Money Pivot: Your Drastic Financial Make-Over Begins Now
By Hal M. Bundrick NEW YORK (MainStreet)--We have been hearing a lot about "The Pivot" for a while now. Silicon Valley lexicon has entered the mainstream once again. Popular use is defining it as a sudden change in strategy for a business, a politician - even a media mogul. Oprah Winfrey says that her fledgling television network is in the midst of a turnaround: "Let me just say, we have made ...
June 13, 2013 - TheStreet.com
- Lexicon Pharma To Present At Goldman Sachs Global Conference; Webcast At 5:40 PM
Lexicon Pharma To Present At Goldman Sachs Global Conference; Webcast At 5:40 PM
June 12, 2013 - Nasdaq
- Lexicon dips as analyst questions diabetes drug
Shares of Lexicon Pharmaceuticals Inc. slipped Tuesday after a Morgan Stanley analyst downgraded the stock based on his view of its experimental diabetes drug LX4211. THE SPARK: Analyst David Friedman ...
June 11, 2013 - Associated Press via Yahoo! News
- Gordon Brown in Telegraph.co.uk
A stunned Mr Brown replied: "No. I think this is the sort of questioning which is all too often entering the lexicon of British politics."
- Ken Salazar in The Guardian
The term cap and trade is not in the lexicon anymore,Salazar told CNBC television.
- Brendan Nelson in Sydney Morning Herald
My preference would certainly be that the term `stolen' be not used,Dr Nelson said. "It is, however, something that (has been) taken on in the lexicon ...... in relation to this issue. It's something upon which the government is not...