lingo[ ling-goh ]SEE DEFINITION OF lingo
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LINGO
I can talk to the men—well it is that I know their lingo sufficiently for that.
She had curly hair and they would finger it and talk in their lingo.
She taught me the lingo and one or two other things; but what happened?
There is no end of 'paddies' along this river, and I'm sure they cannot understand your lingo.
But Cunningham had to have you, because you know the Malay lingo.
They brought with them Captain Lingo's suit, and helped him to get into it.
Captain Lingo is not the man to stand by and see the law defied!
However, if Lingo's gone, and—Oh well, I might as well tell you.
I don't understand your lingo, but say something, or I'll let go.
You don't know anything about his lingo; but what odds is that?
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR LINGO
- commonplace term
- hackneyed term
- mumbo jumbo
- overused term
- stale language
- street talk
- trite language
- double talk
- mother tongue
- native tongue
- oral communication
- vocal expression