Tuesday , 23 July 2024

Jargon meaning

Noun: jargon

Pronunciation: (jaa(r)-gun)

Jargon meaning:

  • Specialized technical terminology or characteristic idiom of a special activity or group.
  • Obscure language marked by circumlocutions and long words.
  • Characteristic language of a particular group.
  • Their jargon is strange with barbarous dialect.
  • One of the strongest prejudices that one has to overcome when one visits Australia is that created by the weird jargon than passes for English in this country.
  • Incomprehensible jargon is the hallmark of a profession.
  • I think it’s the foundation of something really big. But there will be a problem in trying to find a way in describing this without all the technical jargon. I call it a personal media portal.
  • You can just look at the card and almost define the player without reading the report. It cuts through the jargon a little quicker.
  • There were very tough decisions, and it was heartbreaking at times. Sometimes a great organization would apply for something that wasn’t eligible. Or an application would be so full of jargon, the committee couldn’t understand what they were asking for.
  • Jargon seems to be the place where the right brain and the left brain meet.
  • It’s really very simple. It’s the formal charging instrument, which is legal jargon to say it tells him exactly what he is charged with and what he’s going to go to trial for. The purpose of the indictment is simply to put the defendant on notice so he knows what his defense will be.
  • In fast-moving, progress-conscious America, the consumer expects to be dizzied by progress. If he could completely understand advertising jargon he would be badly disappointed. The half-intelligibility which we expect, or even hope, to find in the latest product language personally reassures each of us that progress is being made.
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