jargonize

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jar·gon·ize

 (jär′gə-nīz′)
v. jar·gon·ized, jar·gon·iz·ing, jar·gon·iz·es
v.tr.
To translate into jargon.
v.intr.
To talk or write jargon.

jargonize

(ˈdʒɑːɡəˌnaɪz) or

jargonise

vb
1. (tr) to translate into jargon
2. (intr) to talk in jargon
ˌjargoniˈzation, ˌjargoniˈsation n

jar•gon•ize

(ˈdʒɑr gəˌnaɪz)

v. -ized, -iz•ing. v.i.
1. to talk or write jargon or a jargon.
v.t.
2. to render as jargon; translate into jargon.
[1795–1805]
jar`gon•i•za′tion, n.

jargonize


Past participle: jargonized
Gerund: jargonizing

Imperative
jargonize
jargonize
Present
I jargonize
you jargonize
he/she/it jargonizes
we jargonize
you jargonize
they jargonize
Preterite
I jargonized
you jargonized
he/she/it jargonized
we jargonized
you jargonized
they jargonized
Present Continuous
I am jargonizing
you are jargonizing
he/she/it is jargonizing
we are jargonizing
you are jargonizing
they are jargonizing
Present Perfect
I have jargonized
you have jargonized
he/she/it has jargonized
we have jargonized
you have jargonized
they have jargonized
Past Continuous
I was jargonizing
you were jargonizing
he/she/it was jargonizing
we were jargonizing
you were jargonizing
they were jargonizing
Past Perfect
I had jargonized
you had jargonized
he/she/it had jargonized
we had jargonized
you had jargonized
they had jargonized
Future
I will jargonize
you will jargonize
he/she/it will jargonize
we will jargonize
you will jargonize
they will jargonize
Future Perfect
I will have jargonized
you will have jargonized
he/she/it will have jargonized
we will have jargonized
you will have jargonized
they will have jargonized
Future Continuous
I will be jargonizing
you will be jargonizing
he/she/it will be jargonizing
we will be jargonizing
you will be jargonizing
they will be jargonizing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been jargonizing
you have been jargonizing
he/she/it has been jargonizing
we have been jargonizing
you have been jargonizing
they have been jargonizing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been jargonizing
you will have been jargonizing
he/she/it will have been jargonizing
we will have been jargonizing
you will have been jargonizing
they will have been jargonizing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been jargonizing
you had been jargonizing
he/she/it had been jargonizing
we had been jargonizing
you had been jargonizing
they had been jargonizing
Conditional
I would jargonize
you would jargonize
he/she/it would jargonize
we would jargonize
you would jargonize
they would jargonize
Past Conditional
I would have jargonized
you would have jargonized
he/she/it would have jargonized
we would have jargonized
you would have jargonized
they would have jargonized
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