Australian leader Julia Gillard's fiery speech in parliament on misogyny prompts the Macquarie dictionary to update its definition of the word. Footage of Ms Gillard lambasting the opposition's Tony Abbott as a misogynist in parliament last week drew global attention. The Macquarie Dictionary describes misogyny as ''hatred of women''. But editor Sue Butler says it will be expanded to ''entrenched prejudice against women'' in the next edition. "We decided that we had the basic definition, hatred of women, but that's not how misogyny has been used for about the last 20, 30 years, particularly in feminist language," she told ABC radio. A second definition was needed, she said, that was ''slightly stronger than sexist but heading in that direction towards entrenched prejudice rather than a visceral hatred".