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-speak

1.
a combining form extracted from newspeak, used in the formation of compound words, usually derogatory, that denote the style or vocabulary of a discipline, person, era, etc., as specified by the initial element:
adspeak; artspeak; futurespeak.
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British Dictionary definitions for -speak

-speak

suffix
1.
(informal) the language or jargon of a specific group, organization, or field: computerspeak
Word Origin
C20: formed on the pattern of newspeak
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