Book Description: New Words For the New Millennium!In Today's Best College DictionaryAs quickly as our language changes, Random House Webster's College Dictionary changes with it. The first college dictionary to record terms such as bit map, World Wide Web, Internet, domestic partner, Viagra, and yada-yada-yada continues to provide unrivaled coverage of new words and meanings into the new millennium:New Words Found Only HereantiestrogenAPRassisted livingB-ballDVDeBookEvistaextranetface timeFAQhalfpipeindex fundISPJavajelliesjiggyJuneteenthmehndiNolvadexnonstarterobject-orientedoff-labelPCSPilatesraloxifeneroad rageRoth IRAsmoothieSteadicamSVGAtelomerasetrackpadTSE24-7Visual BasicWintelIT'S A NEW MILLENNIUM. ISN'T IT TIME FOR A REALLY NEW DICTIONARY?In the Tradition of NEWER WORDS FASTER!Today, Random House Webster's College Dictionary continues the tradition of recording the latest developments in the English language ahead of any other dictionary. Because the Random House Living Dictionary DatabaseTM allows daily on-line updating and editing, this dictionary is alive and rich with important new additions to the language that you encounter every day in print, on TV and radio, and on the Internet.More of the Best Language Reference from Random House Webster'sRandom House Webster's College Thesaurus 0-375-40066-4Random House Webster's Computer & Internet Dictionary, Third Edition 0-375-70351-9Random House Webster's Build Your Power Vocabulary 0-375-70247-4Random House Webster's Pocket Bad Speller's Dictionary 0-375-70212-1The Newest Dictionary for the New MillenniumIncluding the Most Up-to-Date Words!Unrivaled Coverage of New Words and Meanings Keeps Your Vocabulary Up-to-the-Minute Random House Webster's state-of-the-art Living Dictionary DatabaseTM enables its team of expert editors to add new words as soon as they become current--faster than any other college dictionary. Shouldn't your dictionary include the newest words from technology (DVD, extranet), society (assisted living, road rage, Roth IRA), slang and jargon (jellies, halfpipe, jiggy) and more?Sensitive Treatment of Offensive Language Helps You Choose Your Words CarefullyOver 300 entries for terms that refer insultingly to ethnicity, gender, class, disability, and sexual orientation have been completely revised.Clearly visible usage notes, strong warning labels, and explanations of meanings indicate offensive language far more clearly than any other dictionary.A Full Vocabulary at Your FingertipsOver 207,000 clear definitions give the most common meanings, spellings, and pronunciations first, so you can find them quickly and use them accurately.Hundreds of expert usage notes help you choose exactly the right word, and avoid common mistakes.A One-Stop Reference Resource!Up-to-date biographical and geographical entries are listed in the A-Z dictionary--no need to hunt for them in separate sections.A 40-page Ready Reference Supplement of essays, charts, and tables helps you use English more efficiently--including a Guide for Writers, a guide to Avoiding Insensitive and Offensive Language, eight pages of world maps, and much more.Isn't It Time for a Really New Dictionary?