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The Gen Z dictionary for parents - the words and phrases your kids are using and what they actually mean

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If you are in the company of anybody from the age 11 and up you may have been told that your story was ‘cap’ or been referred to as the ‘Rizz God’ recently.

They are just some of the new expressive and zany words the youth of today are using to communicate. An everchanging tool, slang is a subculture of language used by different communities that is often exclusive to them.

Described by the Collins Dictionary as "members of the generation of people born between the mid-1990s and mid-2010s who are seen as confident users of new technology" Gen Zers are no different when it comes to forming their own dialect. READ MORE: 'I left school in Salford at 16 - now I'm a millionaire with a Lamborghini and a Cheshire mansion' Below is a list of some of the lingo being used by Gen Z today: Icks - Ick is the word used to describe a turn-off.

They mainly apply to relationships and an ick can be obscure or a legitimate concern. NPC – Short for non playable character.

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