15 expressions to understand Generation Z
Millennials are already adults and we have a new generation among us.
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Millennials are already adults and we have among us a new generation that is already giving to talk: the centennials. These are those born between the mid-90s and mid-2000s (there is no agreement on the exact dates) who are today teenagers or young-adults and are already stepping hard with their own customs and idioms. Today we want to leave you a small dictionary for you to learn how to interpret the language of Generation Z: Aqueni “Oh, what a level.” It is a synonym of quantity or desire. ATR : “At full pace.” It is used to demonstrate the energy you have to do something. Chapar : Kiss. A classic that returns renewed. Data : It's an ironic answer when someone says something we don't care about. From the ring : Means someone is in a couple and only thinks about their boyfriend or girlfriend. Rest : To take your hair, make fun. On the pear : Exit willing to overturn; finish on the floor. Friendzone : “Friends Zone.” It's when one person likes another, but he only sees him as a friend or friend. Gede : Intense, dense, unbearable person. Lit : This is the abbreviation for “literal”. It is used to express that what is being told is as it happened. Random : It means random and applies to something that is not very important. Tincho and Milipili : Used to designate chetos boys and girls who play rugby and hockey. Cloudy : When a situation or a person is rare or suspicious. UPD : It is the acronym for “last first day.” It refers to the last first day of school boys. Yaqui “You'd like it.” It's used to refuse to do something.
Publication Date: 03/12/2018
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