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"Online" not a neologism, IMHO
Jan 23, 2014
Interesting post and resource. However, I would not qualify "online" as a neologism "in Spanish". It is rather a borrowing (préstamo), however widely it may (and is) used. To be a neologism it should be incorporated into the Spanish language and it should follow the Spanish grammar rules. Even a new meaning of an old word can be termed a neologism, but a term in English used in Spanish remains a borrowed term. IMHO.
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