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slang

noun /slӕŋ/
words and phrases (often in use for only a short time) used very informally, eg words used mainly by, and typical of, a particular group
argot, jerga
army slang teenage slang stiff’ is slang for ’a corpse’.
Translations of “slang”
in Korean 속어, 은어…
in Arabic لُغة عاميّة, دارِجة…
in French argot…
in Italian slang, gergo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 俚語…
in Russian сленг, жаргон…
in Turkish argo…
in Polish gwara, slang…
in Portuguese gíria…
in German die Umgangssprache…
in Catalan argot…
in Japanese スラング, 俗語…
in Chinese (Simplified) 俚语…
(Definition of slang from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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