Mambo Jambo is the alternative name of the song by Perez Prado, Qué rico el mambo.
Mumbo jumbo, or mumbo-jumbo, is an English phrase or expression that denotes a confusing or meaningless subject. It is often used as humorous expression of criticism of middle-management and civil service non-speak, and of belief in practices based on superstition, rituals intending to cause confusion or languages that the speaker does not understand.
don't think about that mambo jambo
by hs92 November 3, 2013
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"Legal mambo-jambo" is the name given to all the ridiculous and/or unnecesary but legally required terms and conditions in contracts, whose pourpose is for the part A to avoid resposibilities in case of (im-)probable situations that could be related to or affect the issue of agreement. However, it is more likely seen as content in the contract just to harass the signer.
1. When the window of "terms and conditions" of an internet page pops-up, I go straight to the "I agree" button. It's not like it matters, no one reads it any way:\ it is just legal mambo-jambo.

2. A disclaimer is mostly pure legal mambo-jambo
by Dianitapilla March 24, 2009
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