Definición de jingo en inglés:


Silabificación: jin·go
Pronunciación: /ˈjiNGgō

sustantivo (plural jingoes)

dated, chiefly • derogatory
  • A vociferous supporter of policy favoring war, especially in the name of patriotism.
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • Certainly, the leadership of the violent jingo crowds was middle-class.
    • I'm sure the illustration below went down like a Steve Bell cartoon with the jingoes.
    • The Olympic Games is a festival of nationalism, a gourmandising 17-day feast of jingo.


by jingo!

An exclamation of surprise.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • By jingoes I'm looking forward to seeing the footage of what Deep Impact's up to on Monday.
  • By jingo, there are some good stoushes between media and governments at the moment.
  • By jingo, I thought, I might actually be good at this.


late 17th century (originally a conjuror's word): by jingo (and the noun sense) come from a popular song adopted by those supporting the sending of a British fleet into Turkish waters to resist Russia in 1878. The chorus ran: “We don't want to fight, yet by Jingo! if we do, We've got the ships, we've got the men, and got the money too.”.

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