Learn New Words - 35

tramp stamp noun informal a derogatory term for a tattoo on a woman’s lower back
When Cheryl Cole debuted a butterfly on her lower back earlier this month, blogs and commentators were outraged that it ‘cheapened’ her Versace dress, and the words ‘tramp stamp’ were uttered.
[Grazia (UK celebrity magazine) 17 March 2011] 

tatt noun informal a tattoo
‘The demand for tatts has grown massively,’ says Saira.
[Grazia (UK celebrity magazine) 17 March 2011] 

micropigmentation noun permament make-up using tattooing techniques
After losing all her body hair after developing alopecia following a car crash in 1994, she turned to micropigmentation to restore her eyebrows.
[The Sunday Telegraph (UK broadsheet) 9 January 2011] 

flesh tunnel noun a hollow, round ear decoration that fits inside the edge of a large hole in the lobe
Our range of stretching tools can be used to stretch up any piercing to enable Flesh Tunnels & Ear Plugs to be worn.
[www.bodymetallics.com 16 March 2011] 

white hat noun someone who engages in computer security
In this controversy, the term hacker is reclaimed by computer programmers who argue that someone breaking into computers is better called a cracker, not making a difference between computer criminals (‘black hats’) and computer security experts (‘white

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