Have you spent this year Phubbing, taking Selfies, Twerking or doing the Harlem Shake? Perhaps you've been investing in Bitcoins as you search for an Olinguito or munch on a TomTato.
If you have, then you have been using some of the best new words of 2013.
Phubbing All Over The World looks back at the year in words and paints a unique picture of what has mattered to people in 2013 by seeing which words have come to prominence over the last 12 months. Find out how this year's latest words came to be, whether their popularity will last, and just how much the English language has changed.
Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende
Hugh Westbrook has worked for a number of leading media organisations in the UK and has written about a diverse range of subjects throughout his career. Always fascinated with the English language, he has an English degree and a postgraduate qualification in linguistics. He started his Wordability blog in September 2011 and has seen it grow to be read in around 100 countries round the world. He has previously published Eastwooding With The Mother Flame: The Words of 2012. A passionate supporter of Brentford Football Club, Hugh lives in Oxford with his wife and two young children. He appeared on Countdown but prefers not to talk about it.