Translation of slangy in Spanish:


argótico, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈslaŋi//ˈslæŋi/

adjectiveslangier, slangiest


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    • I'm sorry to be slangy, but this automatic writing must have started from somewhere.
    • His hosts are dumbstruck when their language is used against them with such slangy glee.
    • Québecois French was more slangy and… ‘different’ from the ‘Standard French’ she learned, which was mostly the European French.
    • Not that Tóibín's language is jarringly contemporary or slangy.
    • Maybe the broadcasting experience honed her writers' voice - one that was chiding, enthusiastic, slangy, argumentative, and sometimes bossy.
    • These two spoke in a slangy language which was virtually incomprehensible to anyone hearing it for the first time, though by repetition week by week a mental glossary could be constructed.
    • Olivia has that irresistible Anglo-Aussie accent instead of the slangy, lowdown vernacular of the Hollywood girls of her era.
    • So the slangy expressions ‘to have a thing about’ or ‘the thing is’ etc. actually hark back to this interesting history.
    • Female speech tends to be evaluated as more ‘correct’ or more ‘prestigious’, less slangy, etc.
    • The book, which comes in very large print with photos every two pages, travels back and forth in time in a slangy, stream-of-consciousness tone.
    • Rather, the writing spoofs the witty, slangy, often over-written dialogue of movies and radio broadcasts of the time.
    • There are several slangy / derogatory expressions in English that I really detest and would never use.
    • Angel speaks of the cultist with contempt and his typical slangy eloquence.