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jargon

noun

Synonyms and Antonyms of jargon

  1. the special terms or expressions of a particular group or field <I don't understand a lot of computer jargon> Synonyms argot, cant, dialect, terminology, jive, language, lingo, patois, patter, shop, shoptalk, slang, vocabularyRelated Words colloquial, colloquialism, idiom, localism, parlance, pidgin, provincialism, regionalism, speech, vernacular, vernacularism; slanguage; bureaucratese, computerese, cyberspeak, educationese, governmentese, journalese, technobabble




jargon

verb

Synonyms and Antonyms of jargon

  1. to make a short sharp sound like a small bird <the birds who began jargoning to greet the dawn> Synonyms cheep, chirrup, chitter, chirp, peep, pip, pipe, tweet, twitterRelated Words cackle, chatter, jabber; sing, trill, warble




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