I’m not an expert at Greek linguistics so I won’t pretend to be, but I can give you a modern example: what does the word “gay” mean?
If you go back sixty, seventy years, “gay” means happy, but today it can also mean homosexual (often but not always homosexual male).
Sometimes writers quote an important and respected text in order to borrow from the original text’s prestige or influence, or to solve a problem related to the original.
This happens frequently in the New Testament: the writers regularly quote Hebrew scriptures to back their claims about Jesus.
Let me tell you, not one single stone will be left on top of another! ”The writer of Matthew chose to tuck his reference to the destruction of the Temple in a prophecy.