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To use jargon specific to an area of expertise you and at least one of the people you're talking to understands that is unfamiliar to other people around you; thus excluding them from your conversation.
Civil engineering student 1: "Hey, check out that spiral reinforced column over there, I wonder what the dead load is on that member?"

Civil engineering student 2: "About as much as I load on your mom every night."

Dumbass arstie: "Despite the jargoning, I understand you just burned your friend pretty good, huh?"
by Swyss April 20, 2007
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