Noun(1) informal language consisting of words and expressions that are not considered appropriate for formal occasions; often vituperative or vulgar(2) a characteristic language of a particular group (as among thieves
Verb(1) use slang or vulgar language(2) fool or hoax(3) abuse with coarse language
(1) But the best thing about Braff's report is his delight over our national slang words.(2) It's hard enough for me to understand English with all these slang words kids are trying to add to it.(3) New slang terms appear to fit within the same categories, rather than radically challenging them.(4) In the article about slang words used by different Western nationalities, we have this gem.(5) It also results in the legitimate public use of words that in other contexts are regarded as slang .(6) Analysis of the semantic or metaphorical categories in genital slang is not common.(7) army slang(8) Tibetans liberally sprinkle proverbs into daily conversations as a substitute for slang phrases.(9) The repeated word doesn't have to be slang , or a greeting, or anything else in particular.(10) We found that respondents disagreed about the specific meaning of even the most common slang terms.(11) The use of slang has been common among doctors for years, despite official disapproval of derogatory terms.(12) He would use rhyming slang for words that were slang already.(13) All those obscenities and repeated slang phrases may be authentic but they tend to impoverish the language of his books.(14) Worse still, we happily appropriate other nation's slang terms as our own.(15) Many words in English have obscure origins, particularly those which may be said to have risen in the world from lowly origins in argot, cant or slang .(16) The kid who knew and used the latest slang word was definitely a higher grade than the kid who hadn't used it.
(1) slang word :: jagon mo
(2) slang language :: lang jagon
(3) rhyming slang :: ki rime jagon
1. informal language ::
3. patois ::
4. argot ::
5. cant ::
6. jargon ::
7. dupe ::
9. take in ::
10. put one over ::
mete yon sèl sou
11. befool ::
12. cod ::
13. gull ::
14. fool ::
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- Again, urban SLANG.
The Big Bang Theory Season 2, Episode 9
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