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jargon1 US English

Special words or expressions that are used by a particular profession or group and are difficult for others to understand

jargon2 US English

A translucent, colorless, or smoky gem variety of zircon

Chinook Jargon US English

An extinct pidgin composed of elements from Chinook, Nootka, English, French, and other languages, formerly used in the Pacific Northwest

jargon US Thesaurus

the brochure is written in legal jargon

jargon English-Spanish

jerga f

people get put off by all the technical jargon in put English-Spanish

la gente se desanima con toda esa jerga técnica

people get put off by all the technical jargon in put off English-Spanish

la gente se desanima con toda esa jerga técnica

you have to cut through all the academic jargon to get to the heart of the matter in cut English-Spanish

hay que abrirse camino por entre toda esa jerga académica para llegar al meollo del asunto

you have to cut through all the academic jargon to get to the heart of the matter in cut through English-Spanish

hay que abrirse camino por entre toda esa jerga académica para llegar al meollo del asunto


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