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Synonyms for jargon
ˈdʒɑr gən, -gɒn

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. slang, cant, jargon, lingo, argot, patois, vernacular(noun)

    a characteristic language of a particular group (as among thieves)

    "they don't speak our lingo"

    Synonyms:
    cant, slang term, bevel, patois, slang, slang expression, vernacular, argot, pious platitude, lingo, camber, buzzword, chamfer, bank, jargoon

  2. jargoon, jargon(noun)

    a colorless (or pale yellow or smoky) variety of zircon

    Synonyms:
    cant, patois, vernacular, argot, lingo, slang, jargoon

  3. jargon(noun)

    specialized technical terminology characteristic of a particular subject

    Synonyms:
    vernacular, cant, argot, jargoon, slang, lingo, patois

Complete Dictionary of Synonyms and Antonyms

  1. jargon

    Synonyms:
    gibberish, jangle, slang, cant, lingo, patois, confused talk

    Antonyms:
    speech, conversation, literature, discourse, oration, eloquence

Dictionary of English Synonymes

  1. jargon(n.)

    Synonyms:
    gabble, gibberish, rigmarole, nonsense, balderdash, twaddle, palaver, flummery, moonshine, wish-wash, trash, stuff, unintelligible talk

  2. jargon(n.)

    Synonyms:
    slang, cant

Synonyms, Antonyms & Associated Words

  1. jargon(n)

    Synonyms:
    gibberish, drivel, babble, gabble, twaddle, bosh, cant, slang, flash, argot, dialect

PPDB, the paraphrase database

  1. List of paraphrases:

    lingo, parlance, vernacular, slang, terminology

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How to use jargon in a sentence?

  1. Harold Rosenberg:

    Politics in the United States consists of the struggle between those whose change has been arrested by success or failure, on one side, and those who are still engaged in changing themselves, on the other. Agitators of arrested metamorphosis versus agitators of continued metamorphosis. The former have the advantage of numbers (since most people accept themselves as successes or failures quite early), the latter of vitality and visibility (since self-transformation, though it begins from within, with ideology, religion, drugs, tends to express itself publicly through costume and jargon).

  2. Stephen Evans:

    The data show that there is only a small difference between the groups in improvement, these improvements are not dramatic - they are not a' game changer' in the terrible jargon, but at least there is some genuine evidence of improvement. For the patients it is good news that few died, but the evidence therefore that remdesivir improves mortality in these patients is uncertain and limited.

  3. Dominique Villa:

    Very often the problem of the UN is that the speeches long, full of acronyms, and the jargon is difficult to understand, making the jargon of the U.N. understandable is quite important.

  4. Musin Almat Zhumabekovich:

    1. Cupid is a squint sniper 2. Imagination is diving into the bottomless depths of madness. 3. A person is not a person, but only another figure. Look at your prison number. These are not numbers on the shirt, but your name. 4. Sleep is a unique museum of our past, present, and future. In which there is a library that stores unique knowledge. 5. Civilization is when a wild wolf becomes an obedient dog of the system. 6. A person does not want to please people, he wants to tease them. 7. Laziness is an adverse reaction to the artificial system of society. 8. Many people have a love with late ignition. 9. Conclusions - these are human tests, that is, blood, urine and feces. They give out a piece of paper that shows which psychological diseases you are sick with. 10. The corpse of truth, is located somewhere at the bottom of the ocean. 11. Because of slang, jargon and swear words. Words will turn into sounds and letters. 12. No matter how much you read, it is important how much you understand. 13. The enemy rules you with your anger. 14. The gloom of loneliness will give either holiness or madness. 15. Love is the blues of sincere feelings. Awakening in reality something paranormal, something supernatural. 16. Madness is when garbage recycling in the head breaks down. 17. Never confuse truth with opinion. 18. Everyone is drunk by his own madness. 19. If people are directed at you: resentment, envy, causticity, sarcasm, anger, aggression, hatred, revenge, rage - know that all this is the sympathy of people, this does not mean that you are a bad person, just very attractive personality. 20. A love couple who is able to constantly forgive each other is doomed to become the happiest couple in the world. 21. Never listen, and never react to someone who does not know and does not understand you. 22. Author: Musin Almat Zhumabekovich

  5. Eric Bentley:

    Ours is the age of substitutes instead of language, we have jargon instead of principles, slogans and instead of genuine ideas, bright ideas.


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