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Translation of "patois" - English-Spanish dictionary

patois

noun /ˈpætwaː/ ( plural patois)
(linguistics) a spoken regional dialect that is different from the standard language of the country, especially one that is considered substandard Patois The older generation still speaks the local patois.
(linguistics) the jargon of a particular social group Patois Kids today have developed their own patois.
(Definition of patois from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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