The latter in particular has become a buzzword for Silicon Valley start-ups.
The Carter lovefest shows insensitivity to the buzzword of this year—the optics—not just with Israel but with American voters.
Sustainability” is all the rage as a buzzword, but a $3.6 trillion budget is not “sustainable.
“It's for the conference set; the buzzword of 2013's business model,” she said, laughing.
The perilousness of ubiquity with a hashtag—or any buzzword, for that matter—is that people can too easily forget its origin.
Netconomy started as a buzzword, joining net, network, and economy.
A modish technical or arcane term used to make one appear sophisticated: The rhetoric has sputtered with buzzwords like ''anticolonialist'' and ''progressive''/ I avoid buzzphrases like ''this point in time''/ Buzzword of the Month Dept
[1946+; coined in the mid-1940s by students at the Harvard Business School and meaning ''a word used to describe the key to any course or situation'' in their specialized and amusingly stilted vocabulary; hence buzz may be a shortening and repronouncing of business]