Auto-Correct may still be unable to nail them, but Oxford Dictionaries Online is adding a slew of new words to its dictionary - reflecting reflect the newest trends in technology and culture.

While Oxford University Press publishes both the ODO and the more famous Oxford English Dictionary, these words are only going into the Oxford Dictionaries Online, which prides itself of keeping up-to-date with the latest lingo.

Below is a partial list of the added words, along with the ODO definition:

• bitcoin, n.: a digital currency in which transactions can be performed without the need for a central bank.

• buzzworthy, adj. (informal): likely to arouse the interest and attention of the public, either by media coverage or word of mouth.

• derp, exclam. & n. (informal): (used as a substitute for) speech regarded as meaningless or stupid, or to comment on a foolish or stupid action.

• emoji, n: a small digital image or icon used to express an idea or emotion in electronic communication.

• FIL, n.: a person’s father-in-law (see also MIL, BIL, SIL).

• me time, n. (informal): time spent relaxing on one’s own as opposed to working or doing things for others, seen as an opportunity to reduce stress or restore energy.

• phablet, n.: a smartphone having a screen which is intermediate in size between that of a typical smartphone and a tablet computer.

• selfie, n. (informal): a photograph that one has taken of oneself, typically one taken with a smartphone or webcam and uploaded to a social media website.

• squee, exclam. & v. & n. (informal): (used to express) great delight or excitement.

• twerk, v.: dance to popular music in a sexually provocative manner involving thrusting hip movements and a low, squatting stance.

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