Italian translation of 'lingo'
- (informal, pejorative)
qualunque lingua straniera che risulti incomprensibile
Example Sentences Including 'lingo'
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Not that you have to speak the lingo, as some top universities offer subjects taught entirely in English.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
The second error was to talk in global business lingo.Times, Sunday Times (2014)
Can you give us some helpful lingo for use in New Zealand?The Sun (2012)
He also had to drop some street lingo into his banter.The Sun (2010)
If you are not used to it, the lingo they use can be bewildering.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
The apps are just as useful in other countries where the local lingo isn't your own.The Sun (2017)
We need to speak their lingo, and we need to engage with them, to know the issues.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
And his ability to settle quickly was not helped by the fact he did not speak the lingo.The Sun (2014)
News that the defender spends a few hours a week learning the lingo is sure to alert Barcelona.The Sun (2015)
Or a spot of mind games to use the local lingo.Times, Sunday Times (2014)
And resolve to learn the lingo.Times, Sunday Times (2006)
This lot could already speak the lingo enough to understand almost certainly complex comedic propositions.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
A new report reckons that only one in 40 of our ambassadors and embassy staff speak da lingo.The Sun (2012)
Councils are having to spend scarce resources on bringing in specialist teachers to help them learn our lingo.The Sun (2009)
Hotel bosses blasted the French for rudeness and refusing to speak the local lingo.The Sun (2007)
I. AM is having trouble understanding the lingo here in Blighty.The Sun (2012)
Like all modern war films, you'll need to understand military lingo.The Sun (2014)
Many groups of like-minded people use their own lingo that baffles outsiders.The Sun (2010)
My lack of local lingo wasn't going down well.The Sun (2011)
Some British workers are also being forced to learn the lingo to keep up with Polish colleagues.The Sun (2008)
But not all of us are familiar with the street lingo of hardline hackers.Exploring language (6th edn) (1995)
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