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Quiz: Can you define Oxford Dictionaries' newest entries?
The dictionary released a quarterly update with words gaining popularity in English. - photo by Payton Davis
Language traditionalists beware: Trying to define some of Oxford Dictionaries' newest entries might make you "rage-quit."

The online dictionary, created by the Oxford English Dictionary's publishers, issued a quarterly update Thursday, according to The Associated Press.

Katy Steinmetz wrote for Time that Oxford Dictionaries focuses on modern language, "words that people are using now and how they're using them."

Because of the emphasis on how people communicate today, Oxford Dictionaries differs from the historical Oxford English Dictionary and shows through what mediums new words come from, Steinmetz wrote.

"Their new words often arise from fresh technology and pop culture and might include Internet slang (like new entry pwnage) that would get laughed out of the OEDs admittance office," according to Time. "As with every update, the additions reflect who English-speakers are."

From "awesomesauce" to "hangry," the new entries explain how we feel, use technology and, especially this year, as NPR reported, describe food. Take this quiz to see if you can define the new words.