listen to the pronunciation of jargon
Englisch - Türkisch
{i} mesleki dil
(Tıp) Kelimeleri yerinde kullanamama ile belirgin anlamsız ve anlaşılmaz konuşma, karışık konuşma
(Kimya) zirkonun bir türü
(Dilbilim) uğraş dil
(Dilbilim) uğraş dili
teknik dil
bozuk şive
anlaşılmaz dil
belirli bir grubun kullandığı
{i} jargon
{i} meslek argosu
anlaşılmaz dil veya söz
{i} özel dil

Bu Wall Street'in argosu mu? - Is that Wall Street jargon?

mesleki argo
computer jargon
impenetrable jargon
delinmez jargon
computer jargon
(compuspeak) bilgisayar argosu, bilgisayarca
Englisch - Englisch
A variety of zircon
Language characteristic of a particular group
A technical terminology unique to a particular subject
Speech or language that is incomprehensible or unintelligible; gibberish
confused, unintelligible speech or highly technical speech
{n} gibberish, nonsense, a species of stone very hard and white
Language that is unique to a trade or profession, sometimes used to hide meaning
Nonsense syllables uttered by the baby when practicing linguistic inflection
The technical language of a special field Learning linguistic terms has been important to our course Groups use specialized lexicon to communicate more directly or accurately, express group solidarity, and maintain status or oppositional identity
A specialized vocabulary of those in the same work or profession; redundant or wordy writing (Monroe 4)
The language used within a particular field Computer Jargon is compiled in the definitive Jargon File [Buy the Book]
a colorless (or pale yellow or smoky) variety of zircon
a characteristic language of a particular group (as among thieves); "they don't speak our lingo"
The sometimes incomprehensible language used to talk about specialized topics If you need help with computer jargon, check out Jargon, by Robin Williams, a lighthearted and detailed trip through this industry
Language that is used or understood only by a select group of people Jargon may refer to terminology used in a certain profession, such as computer jargon, or it may refer to any nonsensical language that is not understood by most people Literary examples of jargon are Francois Villon's Ballades en jargon, which is composed in the secret language of the coquillards, and Anthony Burgess's A Clockwork Orange, narrated in the fictional characters' language of "Nadsat "
The language professionals use that no one can ever understand
Specialized language used by job holders or members of particular occupations or organizations
You use jargon to refer to words and expressions that are used in special or technical ways by particular groups of people, often making the language difficult to understand. The manual is full of the jargon and slang of self-improvement courses. words and expressions used in a particular profession or by a particular group of people, which are difficult for other people to understand - often used to show disapproval (jargoun)
{i} professional vocabulary, words used by a specific group or profession; gibberish, unintelligible words or writing; pidgin, language which has been corrupted or simplified from its original form; colorless or smoky kind of zircon
Technical language evolved by specialists so that they can communicate more accurately and efficiently about their interests or concerns
Words and phrases only you and a small circle of friends know Used for flashing around to show who is in and who is out
technical terminology of a special activity or group Also, selection of obscure and often pretentious language, indicated by the use of a large number of unnecessary words to express an idea needing fewer words
To utter jargon; to emit confused or unintelligible sounds; to talk unintelligibly, or in a harsh and noisy manner
Any specialized language of a group that is used to improve the efficiency of communication among members of the group
Like all other specialised subjects, the Internet has its own jargon; a somewhat cryptic language describing technical details Some jargon is explained in this glossary
the technical language of an occupation or group
New words (and sometimes old) are used in oral speech long before they are acceptable in formal written language When writing, generally avoid using trendy phrases "dysfunctional situation"), slang ("pretty tiresome"), jargon (especially computer jargon unless you're describing computers), and new or recently coined words
The language used within a particular field Computer Jargon is compiled in the definitive Jargon File
The informal or technical language used by members of the same profession or industry
language used by a particular group, often not understood by the general population: computer jargon, English teacher jargon (some of the terms in this glossary)
specialized technical terminology characteristic of a particular subject
is the technical or specialist words used by a particular group of people and difficult for others to understand Back to Top
The special technical language of a profession or a group In academic terms, it refers to the specialist language of various disciplines It should be used with restraint and discretion
language known only to members of a specific group, company or industry
Confused, unintelligible language; gibberish; hence, an artificial idiom or dialect; cant language; slang
The language, especially vocabulary of a particular trade, profession or group (e g , trade jargon) Jargon is distinct from terminology in that it tends to be colourful, colloquial and visual Its meaning is often confined to an occupational context and even to a locality Often the meaning of the jargon is not understood outside the occupation Examples of occupational jargon are "beans" a collier's term for small coals; "dolphins", a group of piles driven into harbors to serve as bumpers for vessels, and "ginnywink", an A-frame derrick with a fixed rear leg The latter two examples of jargon are from the operating engineers' occupation
- a form of diction related to particular trades or professions
technical terminology unique to a particular subject
Jargon File
{i} vocabulary of computing terms used by hackers
Chinook Jargon
A pidginized Native American language used by various tribes of the Pacific Northwest
Chinock jargon
pidgin language of the Pacific Northwest (USA) which is comprised of a combination of Indian languages from that region with French and English
Chinook Jargon
A pidgin language combining words from Nootka, Chinook, Salishan languages, French, and English, formerly used as a lingua franca in the Pacific Northwest
chinook jargon
a pidgin incorporating Chinook and French and English words; formerly used as a lingua franca in northwestern North America
computer jargon
{i} Jargon File, vocabulary of computing terms used by hackers
professional jargon
vocabulary common to people of a specific work field
Türkisch - Englisch