Around the web – December 2019 & January 2020

Here’s a round-up of popular articles about language and translation you may have missed over the past two months:

Triumph and ovation are two other words from Ancient Rome

How young queer people are identifying their sexual and romantic orientations is expanding—as is the language they use to do it

The political struggle over impeachment involves both emotive vocabulary and the legalistic kind

Un point médian, un seul, et c’est toute la phrase qui se casse la figure.

 

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