slang

slang
{slæŋ}
I. 1. ез. сленг, жаргон, арго (и професионален, групов)
2. attr жаргонен
II. 1. ругая, наругавам
SLANGing match размяна на ругатни
2. говоря на/употребявам жаргон
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{slan} n 1. ез. сленг, жаргон, арго (и професионален, групов); (2) {slan} v 1. ругая, наругавам; slanging match размяна на ругатни
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арго; жаргон;
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1. attr жаргонен 2. i. ез. сленг, жаргон, арго (и професионален, групов) 3. ii. ругая, наругавам 4. slanging match размяна на ругатни 5. говоря на/употребявам жаргон
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slang[slæʃ] I. n сленг, жаргон, арго; тарикатски език; \slang word (expression), piece of \slang вулгаризъм; newgate \slang апашки език (жаргон); II. v разг. наругавам; III. adj вулгарен, жаргонен.

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