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jargon
American English: /ˈdʒɑrɡən/
British English: /ˈdʒɑːɡ(ə)n/

Translation of jargon in Spanish:

noun

uncountable
  • Example sentences
    • This is the essential function of a cliché, and of cant and jargon; to neutralise expression and ‘vanish memory’.
    • Jargon is a kind of SHORTHAND that makes long explanations unnecessary.
    • In fact ask any management specialist, from any sector, to exclude every word of jargon from a conversation, and there is likely to be silence.

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