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synonyms for lingo

  • argot
  • jargon
  • patois
  • slang
  • vernacular
  • vocabulary
  • cant
  • idiom
  • language
  • patter
  • speech
  • talk
  • tongue
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antonyms for lingo

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  • standard
  • listening
  • quiet
  • silence
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How to use lingo in a sentence

The scientists wondered how quickly the pooches could pick up new lingo.
ANALYZE THIS: SOME DOGS QUICKLY LEARN NEW WORDSCAROLYN WILKEMARCH 2, 2021SCIENCE NEWS FOR STUDENTS
These points all have one thing in common in that we need to try and move away from the acronyms, verbiage, and lingo that was coined in a non-customer-centric world and based on optimization rather than value.
THE PANDA ANNIVERSARY AND WHAT WE DESPERATELY MUST REMEMBER ABOUT SEARCHKEVIN MULLANEYFEBRUARY 24, 2021SEARCH ENGINE WATCH
In mathematical lingo, a set that allows addition and subtraction is called a group.
TOPOLOGY 101: THE HOLE TRUTHDAVID S. RICHESONJANUARY 26, 2021QUANTA MAGAZINE
All inaugurations are, in the lingo of security experts, high-value targets for attack.
OBAMA HAD A SECRET NOTE IN HIS POCKET DURING HIS INAUGURATION IN CASE OF AN ATTACKMICHAEL ROSENWALDJANUARY 20, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Every industry has its own lingo that makes no sense in another context.
WHY TEACHING A.I. TO READ IS A LIFELONG ENDEAVORJONATHANVANIAN2015OCTOBER 27, 2020FORTUNE
You baito where you are,” he commanded, bidding a comrade summon an officer, “or somebody who can talk the lingo.
THE RED YEARLOUIS TRACY
These travelled follows are outrageous bores, with their bushy moustachios and outlandish lingo.
ALONEMARION HARLAND
Because I do not patter the flash lingo with you, you appear to take me for a college professor in disguise.
THE LANDLOPERHOLMAN DAY
The contrast when the good man got into the pulpit and began to pray in a borrowed, washy lingo—extempore in more senses than one!
GEORGE ELIOT'S LIFE, VOL. II (OF 3)GEORGE ELIOT
I learned Pinky to speak a little English an' she learned me her lingo, an' we got along mighty fine.
CAPTAIN SCRAGGSPETER B. KYNE
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WORDS RELATED TO LINGO

  • cant
  • dialect
  • idiom
  • lingo
  • parlance
  • patois
  • slang
  • terminology
  • vernacular
  • vocabulary
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