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A.Word.A.Daywith Anu Garg
Are you still calling people around you in the workplace with worn-out words? Terms such as colleague, employee, boss, and intern are so passé. Here's a fresh supply of words to bring some variety at work.
noun: A servant or a low-level employee tasked with many things.
From Latin factotum, from facere (to do) + totus (all). Earliest documented use: 1573.
"Now, a reporter trying to interview a business source is confronted by a phalanx of factotums."
David Carr; The Puppetry of Quotation Approval; The New York Times; Sep 16, 2012.
See more usage examples of factotum in Vocabulary.com's dictionary.
A THOUGHT FOR TODAY:It is as easy to dream a book as it is hard to write one. -Honore de Balzac, novelist (1799-1850)