Definitions for "Lingo"
an intuitive vocabulary trainer that makes it easy to memorize foreign words
Similar to jargon. A vocabulary used by a particular group.
vocabulary of special subject or class of people
Language; speech; dialect.
a characteristic language of a particular group (as among thieves); "they don't speak our lingo"
1. Language or speech, especially if strange or foreign. 2. The specialized language or speech peculiar to a particular field, group, class, etc.; terminology. 3. The language or speech peculiar to a particular individual.
Keywords:  houde, longtime, gsn, quebec, ran
Lingo is an American television game show currently being produced for GSN . It combines a skill-based word game with a form of Bingo. Versions of Lingo have also existed in other countries.
Lingo was a Quebec game show that ran for 439 episodes on Radio-Canada, from around 1998 to around 2001. It was hosted by longtime actor and radio/TV host Paul Houde. It was based on the American version of the show.
That part of the shedding mechanism sometimes called the weight. It is used for depressing one strand of WARP in a JACQUARD LOOM.
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Active Voice's conversational voice processing product line engineered specifically for small and mid-sized businesses.