Oxford Dictionary has added a host of new words - like hawt, cool beans, duck face and IDC - to their dictionary and online products.

Oxford Dictionary has added a host of new words - like hawt, cool beans, duck face and IDC - to their dictionary and online products.

According to Oxford Dictionaries, one key criteria in chosing what word to be included in the dictionary is to chose "words that are likely to stand the test of time." 

Here is a list of some of the better words with definitions:

al desko: While working at one’s desk in an office (with reference to the consumption of food or meals)

catnip (definition 1.1): Someone or something that is very attractive or appealing to a particular person or group

cool beans: Used to express approval or delight

duck face: An exaggerated pouting expression in which the lips are thrust outwards, typically made by a person posing for a photograph 

hawt: Informal spelling of hot

IDC: abbreviation for "I don’t care"

keyboard warrior: A person who makes abusive or aggressive posts on the Internet, typically one who conceals their true identity

lolcat: (On the Internet) a photograph of a cat accompanied by a humorous caption written typically in a misspelled and grammatically incorrect version of English 

man crush: An intense and typically non-sexual liking or admiration felt by one man for another 

shabby chic: A style of interior decoration that uses furniture and soft furnishings that are or appear to be pleasingly old and slightly worn

the ant's pants: Australian informal An outstandingly good person or thing