The “no-diet diet” lingo may sound trendy, but the idea has been around for decades.
To use the lingo he used, it would be a medical “procedural.”
She may be disappointed about the false appropriation of such Twilight lingo.
So I picked up a lot of the lingo from sitting and listening to them.
The men had all sorts of lingo and acronyms that they used to review the services of the women they procured erotic services from.
It is not often that one finds a rough-rider and ex-cowboy who is able to tackle a don in his own lingo.
I can talk to the men—well it is that I know their lingo sufficiently for that.
In the lingo of the street, he knows "where he is at," and the measure of security afforded him.
There is no end of 'paddies' along this river, and I'm sure they cannot understand your lingo.
Elsewhere the constant presence either of semi-poetic phraseology or of some kind of "lingo" was almost fatal.
Language; jargon; idiom (1660+)
An animation scripting language.
[MacroMind Director V3.0 Interactivity Manual, MacroMind 1991].