жаргон ; арго
- In more and more instruments, the law of one price is free to apply: close financial substitutes are allowed to be swapped for one another, so trading (arbitrage, in the argot) can ensure that they fetch the same price.
- Words like "hood", "gang" and "police" were part of the local argot, argot common to all wars, but different.
- "Snoopy" in Unix argot was of course the original code name of WABI, SunSelect's imminent Windows-on-Unix entry from its Praxsys Technologies Inc acquisition.
- Perhaps not so much a way of life, but what Wittgenstein called a "form of life": small and privatised world-views binding on the group and consisting of accepted social practices, group norms and common languages (by the latter I do not mean natural languages like French or English, but a nomenclature or group argot).
- Snoopy in Unix argot was of course the original code name of WABI, SunSelect Inc's imminent Windows-under-Unix entry from its Praxsys Technologies Inc acquisition.
- "Don't worry Mr Argot,"
- This explains why "camp", the secret argot of homosexuality, is also the lingua franca of theatreland.
- Each developed a distinctive dress style, distinctive argot and followed particular kinds of music.
- "Jus" don' try to spoil the fun," said Tundrish, slipping into argot.
- The focus was on the social relationships in the prison (especially the informal ones), prison culture, argot roles and the "inmate code".
- The Christian rejection of polytheism was encapsulated in their argot for heathen cult and myth: "paganismus".
- In pretending here to be someone other than himself who keeps murdering people, he does a tremendous job: this is a more than serviceable argot for the age in question and for the wizard in question.
- In the argot of CB radio, "six-ten" means to make love.