Moobs added to Oxford English Dictionary
Words including Moobs and gender-fluid have been added to the Oxford English Dictionary.
Moobs - meaning man boobs - was first recorded in 2001.
Gender-fluid dates back to 1987 and means someone who doesn't identify as male or female.
Other words among over 1,000 added include YOLO, which is an acronym for You Only Live Once.
Michael Proffitt, the chief editor of Oxford English Dictionary, said that the latest additions "confirm the OED as one of the largest and longest-running language research projects in the world".