Tuesday, 14 June 2016

Funny indeed: New meaning of buhari in the oxford dictionary [must read]

OXFORD DICTIONARY: New word inclusion.
BUHARI /boo-ha-ree:/ Noun: buhari
1. hard, hardship, difficult, harsh, tough;
e.g "The economy is now buhari for the masses" Synonyms: onerous, strenuous, arduous grueling, painful, hellish;
Antonyms: easy, smooth, simple.
Verb: buharify, buharicate, buharification;
2. to make complex, worse, unbearable;
e.g "Please don't come and buharicate issues here" "The only way to reduce applicants is to buharify the process"
Synonyms: complicate, exacerbate, degenerate;
Antonyms: simplify, ameliorate.
Adjective: buharific
3. terrible, hectic, difficult;
Synonyms: tough, back-breaking, intricate, knotty, thorny;
Antonyms: fantastic, splendid, pleasant.
e.g "How were your final exams? It was buharific!!!"

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