Jargon and Sense

Jargon

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Jargon noun – The special terms or expressions of a particular group or field.
Sense is an antonym for jargon in dialect topic.
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Sense

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Sense noun – An indefinite physical response to a stimulus.
Jargon is an antonym for sense.
Nearby Words: sensible, senseless, sensation, sensuality, sensuous
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How words are described

legal legal jargon legal sense
proper proper jargon proper sense
actual actual jargon actual sense
real real jargon real sense
Other adjectives: false, new, bizarre, different, technical.

Both words in one sentence

  • Endou Mamoru's full name (円堂 守) is a pun on "endo o mamoru" (エンドを守る), which means "to protect/defend the end" ("end" in the soccer jargon sense here).
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Sense and Jargon. (2016). Retrieved 2022, May 28, from https://thesaurus.plus/related/jargon/sense
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Antonyms for jargon
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