Definition of jargonize in English:


Line breaks: jar¦gon|ize
Pronunciation: /ˈdʒɑːɡənʌɪz
(also jargonise)


[with object]
Use jargon to talk about: (as adjective jargonized) the jargonized world of information superhighways
More example sentences
  • He has actually lived what careerist academics prefer to patronise and jargonise in structuralist abstraction.
  • For in whichever way you wish to package or jargonise it, there is a ` cost’ and a ` benefit’ to every management decision.
  • From ‘co-production’ to the ‘proactive de-concentration of deprivation’, the government's regeneration policy is stuffed full of jargonised platitudes.

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