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management-speak

Syllabification: man·age·ment-speak

Definition of management-speak in English:

noun

Language regarded as characteristic of that used by managers in business, especially in being needlessly complex or filled with jargon: flip charts containing indigestible chunks of management-speak
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  • There were references to the fifties, too, via short, tight angora sweaters in baby pink sprinkled with large white polka dots.
  • Baby pink is always very cute, and the stronger pink is gorgeous in a pot by the water.
  • The actor looked handsome in a pearl white suit with a baby pink shirt.

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