Viewed as the benchmark for the English language, the Cambridge International Dictionary of English, by the Cambridge University Press has just become more inclusive, having added the word 'accha' formally to their list of over 140,000 words, phrases, and meanings.

Given the latest (and might we add, surprising) addition, many from the desi community have some thoughts on the update.

While some find it amusing, the Hindi and Urdu language descendants are fighting for ownership. Here's how Twitter is responding in chaos.

Some are conflicted

While others aren't quite convinced

It IS a little weird, isn't it?

The students are truly grateful

But the keyboard mafia is straight-up annoyed

However, Urdu enthusiasts are raising their hands up to rejoice

The suggestions have started rolling in....hmmm

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