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Oxford accent

the accent associated with Oxford English


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  • Oxford and cambridge universities

    The famed “ancient universities” of England, dating back to the twelfth and thirteenth centuries. Oxford and Cambridge have long held a commanding position in English education, and their graduates have often gained eminence in public life. Note: The names of these two universities are sometimes merged into “Oxbridge.”

  • Oxford bags

    plural noun 1. trousers with very wide baggy legs, originally popular in the 1920s Often shortened to bags

  • Oxford comma

    noun 1. a comma between the final items in a list, often preceding the word `and’ or `or’, such as the final comma in the list newspapers, magazines, and books noun See serial comma

  • Oxford blue

    noun 1. 2. a person who has been awarded a blue from Oxford University

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