“Suze smackdowns” and “financial reality slaps,” to use the parlance of the show and its devoted followers, are often doled out.
It always surprises you to hear the Arabic pronunciation of words that have entered American parlance.
After each round, one chef is eliminated: chopped, in the show's parlance.
Ten years later, the French would be right to ask, in the parlance, "Tout ça pour ça?"
Reviews seemed to range a short spectrum between turnip (a dud, in the French parlance) and not-a-complete-turnip.
At Buena Vista he won laurels of glory, in the parlance of the soldier.
It was a case, in the parlance of thieves and police, of “rail-roading.”
The Confederate Major was of the class referred to in polite American parlance, as a "blatherskite."
There is my cradle, after the flesh; my native land—in the parlance of the men of these days!
France, in the parlance of the hour, was to drink the waters of Lethe.
A concurrent language.
["Parallel Processing Structures: Languages, Schedules, and Performance Results", P.F. Reynolds, PhD Thesis, UT Austin 1979].