> Monthly google searches 4.8 million
> Introduced: September 2012
Oxford dictionary definition: A high-capacity transmission technique using a wide range of frequencies, which enables a large number of messages to be communicated simultaneously.
> Monthly google searches 5.6 million
> Introduced: June 2011
Oxford dictionary definition: Able to be heard.
In American Football: A change of playing tactics called by the quarterback at the line of scrimmage.
Origin: Late 15th century: from late Latin audibilis, from audire ‘hear’.
> Monthly google searches 5.9 million
> Introduced: June 2012
Oxford dictionary definition: A colleague or friend.
As a noun in the U.S.: short for opposition research
Origin: 1930s: abbreviation of opposite number.
> Monthly google searches 7.0 million
> Introduced: June 2018
Oxford dictionary definition: Spend time using the social networking website Facebook.
Origin: Early 21st century: from Facebook, the proprietary name of the social networking website.
> Monthly google searches 14.7 million
> Introduced: June 2015
Oxford dictionary definition: As a combining form – Denoting an outstanding or supreme example of a particular kind of person or thing.
Origin: German über ‘over’, after Übermensch.