Idiom and Jargon


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Idiom noun – A sequence of words having a specific meaning.
Jargon is a synonym for idiom in language topic. In some cases you can use "Jargon" instead a noun "Idiom", when it comes to topics like dialect, words, accent, turn of phrase. popular alternative
Nearby Words: idiotic, idiot, idiotically, idiomatic
Synonyms for Idiom


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Jargon noun – The special terms or expressions of a particular group or field.
Usage example: I don't understand a lot of computer jargon

Idiom is a synonym for jargon in dialect topic. You can use "Idiom" instead a noun "Jargon", if it concerns topics such as words, accent, parlance, specialized language. popular alternative
Synonyms for Jargon

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polite polite idiom polite jargon
correct correct idiom correct jargon
actual actual idiom actual jargon
different different idiom different jargon
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