One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Use jargon to talk about.‘the jargonized world of information superhighways’
- ‘While Joyce has a number of informed devotees among the general reading public, there is a perception that his works have in general been captured by an enclosed, academic elite or church which spends its time jargonising and theologising over the deeper significance of the author's every word.’
- ‘He has actually lived what careerist academics prefer to patronise and jargonise in structuralist abstraction.’
- ‘From ‘co-production’ to the ‘proactive de-concentration of deprivation’, the government's regeneration policy is stuffed full of jargonised platitudes.’
- ‘For in whichever way you wish to package or jargonise it, there is a ` cost’ and a ` benefit’ to every management decision.’
- ‘People talk about ‘cruising the net’, ‘surfing in Cyberspace’ and a number of other largely meaningless and highly jargonised phrases.’
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