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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
{i} argo

O, genç insanlar tarafından kullanılan argo kelimeleri anlamıyor. - She doesn't understand the slang used by young people.

Yabancı dillerde argo kelimeler öğrenmek eğlencelidir. - It's fun to learn slang words in foreign languages.

{f} argo konuşmak
{i} meslek argosu
külhanbeyi dili
argo deyim
(fiil) argo konuşmak, küfretmek, azarlamak
slang for an apocryphal story
bir uydurma hikaye için argo
slang for demagnetize
manyetikliğini için argo
slang for one million dollars
bir milyon dolar için argo
slang word
kelimesi argo
slangy
argo
slanging
Uyuşturucu satma
vocational slang
(Dilbilim) ağız
alright, i agree (internet slang)
tamam, i (kabul argo internet)
complain (slang)
şikayet (argo)
copper, police officer (slang)
bakır, polis memuru (argo)
drunk (slang)
Sarhoş () argo
excellent, great, fine (slang)
Büyük, ince (argo) mükemmel
experienced, knowledgeable (slang)
deneyimli, (argo) bilgili
i caught you, i tricked you (slang)
i, i (argo) kandırdın sen yakalandı
snout, nose (slang)
burnu, burun () argo
television addict (slang)
televizyon bağımlısı (argo)
vocational slang
özel dil, ağız, şive
weasel - suffolk slang
çakal - Suffolk argo
woman (slang)
kadın () argo
woman prostitute (slang)
kadın fahişe (argo)
back slang
tersten konuşma
back slang
kelimeleri tersten söyleme
slanging
argo konuşma
slangy
argo deyimler kullanan
slangy
{s} argolu
slangy
küfürlü
slangy
argo kabilinden
slangy
argo kullanarak
vulgar slang
halk argosu
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
Language outside of conventional usage
The specialized language of a social group, sometimes used to make what is said unintelligible to those not members of the group; cant

I beg your pardon: correct English is the slang of prigs who write history and essays. And the strongest slang of all is the slang of poets..

Language that is unique to a particular profession or subject; jargon
To vocally abuse, or shout at
informal language, which might stay in use only for a short time It is used by particular groups of people who know each other, and is usually spoken rather than written
Language that is outside of conventional usage
words or meanings inappropriate in writing except for a special effect, such as gig or stressed out
To address with slang or ribaldry; to insult with vulgar language
Slung
Any long, narrow piece of land; a promontory
of Sling
{i} informal words or phrases, colloquial language; language peculiar to a particular group or class, jargon
fool or hoax; "The immigrant was duped because he trusted everyone"; "You can't fool me!"
use slang or vulgar language
Slang consists of words, expressions, and meanings that are informal and are used by people who know each other very well or who have the same interests. Archie liked to think he kept up with current slang. very informal, sometimes offensive, language that is used especially by people who belong to a particular group, such as young people or criminals. Nonstandard vocabulary of extreme informality, usually not limited to any region. It includes newly coined words, shortened forms, and standard words used playfully out of their usual context. Slang is drawn from the vocabularies of limited groups: cant, the words or expressions coined or adopted by an age, ethnic, occupational, or other group (e.g., college students, jazz musicians); jargon, the shoptalk or technical terminology specific to an occupation; and argot, the cant and jargon used as a secret language by thieves or other criminals. Occupying a middle ground between standard and informal words accepted by the general public and the special words or expressions of these subgroups, slang often serves as a testing ground for words in the latter category. Many prove either useful enough to become accepted as standard or informal words or too faddish for standard use. Blizzard and okay have become standard, while conbobberation ("disturbance") and tomato ("girl") have been discarded. Some words and expressions have a lasting place in slang; for instance, beat it ("go away"), first used in the 16th century, has neither become standard English nor vanished
Low, vulgar, unauthorized language; a popular but unauthorized word, phrase, or mode of expression; also, the jargon of some particular calling or class in society; low popular cant; as, the slang of the theater, of college, of sailors, etc
Marked forms of casual language of a group, often temporary in duration of use, because group changes slang terms when other groups start to use them
{f} use slang; rudely attack; abuse with words
nonstandard language particular to a time and often to a specific locale; acceptable in everyday speech, slang should be avoided in formal contexts and, with few exceptions, in writing Ex : Someone ripped off Ken's new Adidas
abuse with coarse language use slang or vulgar language
informal language consisting of words and expressions that are not considered appropriate for formal occasions; often vituperative or vulgar; "their speech was full of slang expressions"
{s} pertaining to slang, expressed in slang, that contains slang
A fetter worn on the leg by a convict
abuse with coarse language
words and phrases that are used in everyday talk but are out of place in fine or serious writing or speech
a characteristic language of a particular group (as among thieves); "they don't speak our lingo"
informal, non-standard vocabulary
sl
slang dictionary
dictionary containing words and expressions from colloquial language
slang expression
saying that is taken from common speech but is not officially part of the language
slang word
word that is taken from common speech but is not officially part of the language
Australian rhyming slang
The set of slang expressions used by Australians in which a word or phrase is replaced by a rhyming word or phrase, this word or phrase then often being abbreviated to its first syllable or syllables, or its first word. Examples include bag of fruit, joe blake, and noah's ark
Cockney rhyming slang
A cant used by Cockneys in which a word or phrase is replaced by a rhyming word or phrase, this word or phrase then often being abbreviated to its first syllable or syllables, or its first word. The word chosen as the rhyme often shares attributes of the word that it replaces
rhyming slang
Any system of slang in which a word is replaced with a phrase that rhymes with it; the rhyming word often being dropped

bees and honey (money).

taboo slang
Any slang expression that should not be used in a particular situation
slanging
Selling weed or cocaine or other drugs
Internet slang
{i} slang and jargon coined and formally made public by Internet users
Slangy
slangous
rhyming slang
Rhyming slang is a spoken informal kind of language in which you do not use the normal word for something, but say a word or phrase that rhymes with it instead. In Cockney rhyming slang, for example, people say `apples and pears' to mean `stairs'. a way of talking, used especially by cockneys (=people from east London) , in which you use words or phrases that rhyme with the words you mean, instead of using the normal words. For example, 'plates of meat' is rhyming slang for 'feet'
rhyming slang
slang that replaces words with rhyming words or expressions and then typically omits the rhyming component; "Cockney rhyming slang
sexual slang
street language used to describe sex
slanged
past of slang
slanging
present participle of slang
slangs
third-person singular of slang
slangy
{s} pertaining to slang; tending to use slang; informal, colloquial
slangy
Slangy speech or writing has a lot of slang in it. The play was full of slangy dialogue
slangy
constituting or expressed in slang or given to the use of slang; "a slangy expression"; "slangy speech
slangy
constituting or expressed in slang or given to the use of slang; "a slangy expression"; "slangy speech"
slangy
Of or pertaining to slang; of the nature of slang; disposed to use slang
slangy
Including or given to slang
slang
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