jargon


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a variety of a language that differs from the standard form

specialized expressions indigenous to a particular field, subject, trade, or subculture

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

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

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specialized technical terminology characteristic of a particular subject

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The most hated jargon in job adverts included "open the kimono", "cloud-first", "blue sky thinking" and "thought shower", said the report.
Research from CV experts at PURPLECV found one in five use industry-appropriate jargon to try to catch the eye of a potential employer.
Avoiding jargon reduces the chance that the reader will mistake your intentions.
Cricket is cut from the same cloth as racing in the jargon stakes and it seems to be more popular than ever; certainly you do not watch a cricket match on television and find the commentators explaining what a doosra is or what short fine leg means.
"Often the amount of irritating jargon I use goes up during important presentations and meetings.
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Rochelle Kopp and Steven Ganz know the value of startup jargon well.
18 April 2016 - US-based digital media services provider Giant Interactive has acquired California-based home video distribution company Jargon Technologies, the company said.
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So hats off to Kirklees Citizens Advice and Law Centre for its attempt to demystify the jargon used by pension companies - 'uncrystallised funds pension lump sum' anyone?
Many cynics like me have continually criticised political jargon coming from our Chief Constable and the almost apologetic rhetoric of the Mickey Mouse police commissioner's office.
Ah, if only there was a natty little tome on the top of his reading pile called Nonsensical Jargon and When To Bin It.
Edilberto Mahusay, spokesperson of NPA- Alex Ababa Command, said in a statement that the three heavy equipment consisted of road roller, grader, and backhoe owned by Jargon construction firm.
A new Global M&A jargon app, Book of Jargon--Global Mergers & Acquisitions--has been launched by law firm Latham & Watkins LLP that includes a glossary of more than 1,500 legal and regulatory terms that make up the code of the corporate mergers and acquisitions and private equity communities around the world.