slang translation | English-Spanish dictionary



a       n  
argot    m  , jerga    f     
[+of a group, trade etc]  
jerga    f     
to talk slang      hablar en argot or jerga  
that word is slang      esa palabra es del argot  
b       adj   argótico, jergal  
slang word      palabra    f   del argot, palabra    f   argótica or jergal  
c       vt  
*   (=insult, criticize)   poner verde a, injuriar  
a slanging match      una disputa a voces  
Translation English - Spanish Collins Dictionary  
Collaborative Dictionary     English-Spanish
palabra del argot
palabra argótica {or} jergal
hablar en argot {or} jerga
esa palabra es del argot
'slang' also found in translations in Spanish-English dictionary
underworld slang
I can talk slang too
good, cool (slang)
"Esa música es copada" = La música está buena.
to look for trouble 2. to feel randy ; to feel horny [Slang]
to look for trouble 2. to feel randy ; to feel horny [Slang]
"slang": examples and translations in context
The guy who hired Krasnakov used a phrase that's American slang. El tipo que contrató a Krasnakov utiliza una frase de la jerga americana.
I've written this all in rhyming slang. He escrito esto todo con jerga de rapero.
I don't see the need for slang for slang. No veo la necesidad del argot para el argot.
"Surge" is slang for an inside party. "Oleada" es argot para una fiesta en interiores.
I only used urban slang to sound tough so people wouldn't break in. Solo usé lenguaje callejero para sonar rudo - así la gente no entraría.
Stop confusing me with street slang. Deja de confundirme con el lenguaje callejero.
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