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Ten cool words that the SAR would have to include in its dictionary

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Words like «Albericoque», "plunge", «Word», «Almóndiga», «Otubre», «Change», "whiskey" or «Bluyín», which comes from English blue jeans, were some of the words that surprisingly managed to unleash countless reactions on social networks after their approval by the RAE.

And is that every attempt of the Royal Spanish Academy to approach the common use of the language manages, at least, to flee from indifference and this is something that always provokes comments and reactions found.
Despite these storms, there is a question we should ask ourselves and be aware that evolution in any field is necessary. Therefore, what about those words that are common in our conversations and describe the tangible reality of so many Spanish speakers? Since they have included terms that until a couple of years ago did not even exist and that both fame and everyday use have made them worthy of a new entry into the SAR. That is why we believe, there are some cool words that the SAR would have to include in its dictionary.



According to a study by the Evercom Life agency, some of these words are becoming especially important in the conversations that we have on a regular basis, so we believe that they should begin to value their inclusion in the near future and more taking into account that many of them, they have a lot to do with what we like the most: travel! So let's get started!

Instagram: This term that seems simple refers to the action of “post”, A word that exists but does not refer to uploading content to the network, at least for the moment, in the social network Instagram.
We all like reinstate, true?

Cool words that the SAR would have to include in its dictionary

Polyamory: carried out or not, this enemy practice of monogamy, involves maintaining intimate or loving relationships with more than one person simultaneously and still does not appear in the SAR.

Flexivegano: taking into account that there are people who have a vegetarian diet, others vegan, organic, Mediterranean ... and all of them are incorporated into the SAR, flexiveganoIt should be too.
This is the variation in the vegan with a broader spectrum, which guides food to vegetables and fruits, limiting the consumption of animal proteins.

Sorority: This beautiful word, at least in terms of its loudness, refers to solidarity and harmony among women. An increasingly known and recognized movement in a society that fights for equality and that should be within the cool words that the SAR would have to include in its dictionary.

Casoplon: there are currently words like mansion, mansion or mansion, but casoplon, it is this term that materializes when we talk about luxury real estate, large and in privileged areas of cities.

Undoubtedly, all this list of words we use them often and represent the reality that we are currently living and that we think, are cool words that the SAR would have to include in its dictionary.
Will the RAE value the inclusion of these terms in its next update? Will there be luck in 2018?

** This article is written as part of a collaboration with Evercom Life, but always based on our experiences, with original content and without any brand having influenced us in any case.

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