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slang

  • 1 slang

    noun
    Slang, der; [Theater-, Soldaten-, Juristen]jargon, der; attrib. Slang[wort, -ausdruck]
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    [slæŋ] 1. noun
    (words and phrases (often in use for only a short time) used very informally, eg words used mainly by, and typical of, a particular group: army slang; teenage slang; `stiff' is slang for `a corpse'.) die Umgangssprache
    2. verb
    (to speak rudely and angrily to or about (someone); to abuse: I got furious when he started slanging my mother.) beschimpfen
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    [slæŋ]
    I. n no pl Slang m
    army \slang Militärjargon m
    teenage \slang Jugendsprache f
    II. adj attr, inv Slang-
    \slang expression [or term] [or word] Slangausdruck m
    III. vt ( fam)
    to \slang sb jdn anmeckern fam
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    [slŋ]
    1. n
    Slang m; (= army slang, schoolboy slang etc) Jargon m
    2. adj
    Slang-
    3. vt (esp Brit inf)

    to slang sthüber etw (acc) schimpfen

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    slang [slæŋ]
    A s
    1. Slang m, (Fach)Jargon m
    2. Slang m, saloppe Umgangssprache
    B adj Slang…:
    C v/t besonders Br umg jemanden wüst beschimpfen:
    slanging match gegenseitige wüste Beschimpfung;
    they started a slanging match sie fingen an, sich wüste Beschimpfungen an den Kopf zu werfen
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    noun
    Slang, der; [Theater-, Soldaten-, Juristen]jargon, der; attrib. Slang[wort, -ausdruck]
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    n.
    Jargon -s m.
    Slang -s m.
    saloppe Umgangssprache f.

    English-german dictionary > slang

  • 2 slang

    [slæŋ]
    nome gergo m., slang m.
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    [slæŋ] 1. noun
    (words and phrases (often in use for only a short time) used very informally, eg words used mainly by, and typical of, a particular group: army slang; teenage slang; `stiff' is slang for `a corpse'.) slang, gergo
    2. verb
    (to speak rudely and angrily to or about (someone); to abuse: I got furious when he started slanging my mother.) ingiuriare, insultare
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    [slæŋ]
    1. n
    (gen) slang m inv, gergo

    school/army slang — gergo studentesco/militare

    2. adj
    (word) gergale
    3. vt
    (fam: insult, criticize) dirne di tutti i colori a
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    slang /slæŋ/
    A n. [u]
    slang; gergo; linguaggio convenzionale: soldiers' slang, gergo militare; thieves' slang, gergo dei ladri; lingua furbesca
    B a. attr.
    gergale: slang words, parole gergali.
    (to) slang /slæŋ/
    A v. i.
    B v. t.
    (fam.) ingiuriare; insultare; vituperare
    slanging match, scambio d'insulti.
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    [slæŋ]
    nome gergo m., slang m.

    English-Italian dictionary > slang

  • 3 slang

    slæŋ
    1. noun
    (words and phrases (often in use for only a short time) used very informally, eg words used mainly by, and typical of, a particular group: army slang; teenage slang; `stiff' is slang for `a corpse'.) argot, jerga

    2. verb
    (to speak rudely and angrily to or about (someone); to abuse: I got furious when he started slanging my mother.) insultar
    slang n argot
    tr[slæŋ]
    1 argot nombre masculino, jerga
    'slammer" is slang for prison en argot "trullo" quiere decir cárcel
    1 de jerga, de argot
    1 familiar insultar
    slang ['slæŋ] n
    : argot m, jerga f
    adj.
    germanesco, -a adj.
    n.
    argot s.m.
    jerga s.f.
    jerigonza s.f.
    lunfardo s.m.
    slæŋ
    mass noun argot m

    army/student slang — argot m or jerga f militar/estudiantil

    [slæŋ]
    1.
    N (gen) argot m, jerga f ; [of a group, trade etc] jerga f
    2.
    ADJ argótico, jergal

    slang wordpalabra f del argot, palabra f argótica or jergal

    3.
    VT * (=insult, criticize) poner verde a, injuriar
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    [slæŋ]
    mass noun argot m

    army/student slang — argot m or jerga f militar/estudiantil

    English-spanish dictionary > slang

  • 4 slang

    [slæŋ] 1. noun
    (words and phrases (often in use for only a short time) used very informally, eg words used mainly by, and typical of, a particular group: army slang; teenage slang; `stiff' is slang for `a corpse'.) slang; -slang
    2. verb
    (to speak rudely and angrily to or about (someone); to abuse: I got furious when he started slanging my mother.) skælde ud
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    [slæŋ] 1. noun
    (words and phrases (often in use for only a short time) used very informally, eg words used mainly by, and typical of, a particular group: army slang; teenage slang; `stiff' is slang for `a corpse'.) slang; -slang
    2. verb
    (to speak rudely and angrily to or about (someone); to abuse: I got furious when he started slanging my mother.) skælde ud

    English-Danish dictionary > slang

  • 5 slang

    [slæŋ] 1. noun
    (words and phrases (often in use for only a short time) used very informally, eg words used mainly by, and typical of, a particular group: army slang; teenage slang; `stiff' is slang for `a corpse'.) sleng
    2. verb
    (to speak rudely and angrily to or about (someone); to abuse: I got furious when he started slanging my mother.) zmerjati
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    [slæŋ]
    1.
    noun
    slang, žargon, jezik, ki ga uporabljajo v mejah določenega stanu ali poklica, cehovski jezik, spakedran jezik
    thieves' slang — žargon tatov, zlikovcev;
    2.
    transitive verb
    uporabljati slang (žargon); prostaško govoriti; colloquially zmerjati (koga)
    slanging match slang silovit, vroč besedni boj z zmerjanjem

    English-Slovenian dictionary > slang

  • 6 slang

    I [slæŋ] 1. сущ.
    1) сленг (неформальная речь с разной степенью эмоциональной окрашенности и различным уровнем вежливости)

    vulgar slang — вульгарный сленг; нецензурные выражения

    All slang is metaphor, and all metaphor is poetry. (G.K. Chesterton, The Defendant) — Всякий сленг - это метафора, а всякая метафора – поэзия.

    The word came from the surfers' slang. — Это слово пришло в язык из жаргона сёрферов.

    Syn:
    2. прил.
    сленговый; жаргонный
    3. гл.; разг.
    оскорблять, поносить

    They spend the bulk of their time slanging one another in public. — Большую часть времени они поносят друг друга у всех на виду.

    II [slæŋ] сущ.; диал. III [slæŋ] сущ.; разг.
    1) цепь, цепочка
    Syn:
    chain 1.
    Syn:
    3) ( slangs) оковы, кандалы
    Syn:
    fetter 1.

    Англо-русский современный словарь > slang

  • 7 slang

    [slæŋ]
    back slang жаргон, в котором слова произносятся в обратном порядке (напр., gip вм. pig) slang разг. обругать slang относящийся к сленгу, жаргонный; slang word вульгаризм slang сленг, жаргон slang относящийся к сленгу, жаргонный; slang word вульгаризм

    English-Russian short dictionary > slang

  • 8 slang

    [slæŋ] 1. noun
    (words and phrases (often in use for only a short time) used very informally, eg words used mainly by, and typical of, a particular group: army slang; teenage slang; `stiff' is slang for `a corpse'.) calão
    2. verb
    (to speak rudely and angrily to or about (someone); to abuse: I got furious when he started slanging my mother.) insultar
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    [slæŋ] n 1 gíria. 2 linguagem especializada, jargão, calão. schoolboy slang gíria escolar. thieves’ slang gíria dos malandros.

    English-Portuguese dictionary > slang

  • 9 slang

    n. slang, folkmun, gatuspråk
    --------
    v. skälla ut; säga skällsord, skälla på; tala slang
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    [slæŋ] 1. noun
    (words and phrases (often in use for only a short time) used very informally, eg words used mainly by, and typical of, a particular group: army slang; teenage slang; `stiff' is slang for `a corpse'.) slang
    2. verb
    (to speak rudely and angrily to or about (someone); to abuse: I got furious when he started slanging my mother.) skälla ut (på), okväda

    English-Swedish dictionary > slang

  • 10 slang

    [slæŋ] n
    Slang m;
    army \slang Militärjargon m;
    teenage \slang Jugendsprache f adj
    attr, inv Slang-;
    \slang expression [or term] [or word] Slangausdruck m vt ( fam);
    to \slang sb jdn anmeckern ( fam)

    English-German students dictionary > slang

  • 11 slang

    Англо-русский синонимический словарь > slang

  • 12 slang

    I
    1. [slæŋ] n
    сленг, жаргон

    school [service, thieves'] slang - школьный [военный, воровской] жаргон

    to talk /to use/ slang - изъясняться сленгом; говорить на жаргоне

    ❝dough❞ is slang for ❝money❞ - на жаргоне dough значит «деньги»
    2. [slæŋ] a
    относящийся к сленгу; сленговый, жаргонный

    slang word /expression/ - жаргонизм; вульгаризм

    3. [slæŋ] v
    пользоваться сленгом, говорить на жаргоне
    II
    1. [slæŋ] n
    брань; ругань; поношение
    2. [slæŋ] v
    1) браниться, ругаться
    2) ругать, бранить, поносить
    II [slæŋ] n сл.
    1. цепочка
    2. pl ножные кандалы

    НБАРС > slang

  • 13 slang

    slang slang noun • very informal words and expressions that are more common in spoken language, especially used by a particular group of people, for example, children, criminals, soldiers, etc. • 俚语:
    »teenage slang
    »a slang word / expression / term
    --› see also [u]rhyming slang
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    [slæŋ]
    n. 俚語, 行話
    v. 用粗話罵, 用俚語說

    English-Chinese dictionary > slang

  • 14 slang

    [slæŋ]
    n
    ( informal language) slang m; ( prison slang etc) gwara f
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    [slæŋ] 1. noun
    (words and phrases (often in use for only a short time) used very informally, eg words used mainly by, and typical of, a particular group: army slang; teenage slang; `stiff' is slang for `a corpse'.) żargon
    2. verb
    (to speak rudely and angrily to or about (someone); to abuse: I got furious when he started slanging my mother.) rugać, obrażać

    English-Polish dictionary > slang

  • 15 slang

    [slæŋ] 1. noun
    (words and phrases (often in use for only a short time) used very informally, eg words used mainly by, and typical of, a particular group: army slang; teenage slang; `stiff' is slang for `a corpse'.) slang
    2. verb
    (to speak rudely and angrily to or about (someone); to abuse: I got furious when he started slanging my mother.) nadávat
    * * *
    • slang
    • hantýrka

    English-Czech dictionary > slang

  • 16 slang

    [slæŋ] 1. noun
    (words and phrases (often in use for only a short time) used very informally, eg words used mainly by, and typical of, a particular group: army slang; teenage slang; `stiff' is slang for `a corpse'.) slang
    2. verb
    (to speak rudely and angrily to or about (someone); to abuse: I got furious when he started slanging my mother.) nadávať
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    • žargón
    • slang
    • hovorová rec
    • nadávat
    • nadávky
    • módna rec

    English-Slovak dictionary > slang

  • 17 slang

    {slæŋ}
    I. 1. ез. сленг, жаргон, арго (и професионален, групов)
    2. attr жаргонен
    II. 1. ругая, наругавам
    SLANGing match размяна на ругатни
    2. говоря на/употребявам жаргон
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    {slan} n 1. ез. сленг, жаргон, арго (и професионален, групов); (2) {slan} v 1. ругая, наругавам; slanging match размяна на ругатни
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    арго; жаргон;
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    1. attr жаргонен 2. i. ез. сленг, жаргон, арго (и професионален, групов) 3. ii. ругая, наругавам 4. slanging match размяна на ругатни 5. говоря на/употребявам жаргон
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    slang[slæʃ] I. n сленг, жаргон, арго; тарикатски език; \slang word ( expression), piece of \slang вулгаризъм; newgate \slang апашки език (жаргон); II. v разг. наругавам; III. adj вулгарен, жаргонен.

    English-Bulgarian dictionary > slang

  • 18 slang

    [slæŋ] 1. noun
    (words and phrases (often in use for only a short time) used very informally, eg words used mainly by, and typical of, a particular group: army slang; teenage slang; `stiff' is slang for `a corpse'.) slang, argou
    2. verb
    (to speak rudely and angrily to or about (someone); to abuse: I got furious when he started slanging my mother.) a înjura

    English-Romanian dictionary > slang

  • 19 slang

    1. n сленг, жаргон
    2. a относящийся к сленгу; сленговый, жаргонный

    slang word — жаргонизм; вульгаризм

    3. v пользоваться сленгом, говорить на жаргоне
    4. n брань; ругань; поношение
    5. v браниться, ругаться
    6. v ругать, бранить, поносить
    7. n сл. цепочка
    8. n сл. ножные кандалы
    Синонимический ряд:
    1. jargon (noun) argot; cant; colloquialism; dialect; idiom; jargon; lingo; neologism; patois; patter; vernacular
    2. vulgarism (noun) vulgarism; vulgarity

    English-Russian base dictionary > slang

  • 20 slang

    A n argot m ; army/school slang argot des casernes/des écoles.
    C vtr injurier.

    Big English-French dictionary > slang

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