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slang

  
a       n  
  (gen)   
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  
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exp.
palabra del argot
exp.
palabra argótica {or} jergal
exp.
hablar en argot {or} jerga
exp.
esa palabra es del argot
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'slang' also found in translations in Spanish-English dictionary
exp.
underworld slang
exp.
I can talk slang too
id.
good, cool (slang)
"Esa música es copada" = La música está buena.
v.
to look for trouble 2. to feel randy ; to feel horny [Slang]
v.
to look for trouble 2. to feel randy ; to feel horny [Slang]
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"slang": examples and translations in context
It's a wonderful slang grandfather. Es una jerga maravillosa, abuelo.
Don't patronize me with your Celtic slang, Liz Lemon. No seas condescendiente conmigo con esa jerga celta, Liz Lemon.
Well, iffy is already slang. Bueno, dudoso ya es argot.
I read a slang dictionary once. Una vez leí un diccionario de argot.
London is famous for it's rhyming slang. Londres es famoso por sus ritmos y su argot.
"main squeeze" gets from Seymour to black slang. "pollita" pasa de Seymour al argot de los negros.
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