The word “jargons” has 2 syllables: jar-gons.

It's pronounced as /ˈdʒɑːrɡənz/.

What is synonym and antonym for jargons?

In the thesaurus, “jargons” has 14 synonyms and 1 antonym.

Here are synonyms and antonyms for jargons along with examples of usage in sentences.

Synonyms for jargons

  • argot
  • chirps
  • dialects
  • idiom
  • languages
  • lingo
  • parlance
  • patois
  • slang
  • slangs
  • terminologies
  • vernacular
  • vocabularies
  • vocabulary

Antonyms for jargons

  • standard

Meanings of jargons

  • noun
    1. A technical terminology unique to a particular subject.
    2. Language characteristic of a particular group.
    3. Speech or language that is incomprehensible or unintelligible; gibberish.
    4. A variety of zircon.
    5. A fake ring or other jewellery sold as genuine.

Example Sentences

  • In the software development team, members quickly learned to navigate through coding jargons.
  • The medical conference featured discussions filled with specialized healthcare jargons.
  • As the linguistics students delved into their studies, they encountered various linguistic jargons.
  • The financial analyst effortlessly deciphered the market report, decoding the economic jargons.
  • During the legal consultation, the attorney clarified complex legal matters, avoiding unnecessary jargons for the client.

On this page you'll find 15 synonyms, antonyms, or another words to jargons, such as: argot, chirps, dialects, idiom, languages, lingo, parlance.

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