It's what this whole damn website is all about.
Yo, man I can't understands youse when you use dat slanguage, dawg!
by Public Service Announcement September 27, 2003
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1. The extensive use of slang words in written or oral communication. 2.A dialect of standard English believed to have its origins in the neurological changes that evolved in the mind in the post-MTV era. 3. var. Slinguistics: the study of slanguages.
1. "Jennifer has a real knack for slanguage." 2. (var. "Why can you never go hungry living among the young?" "Because you can eat all the slanguage is there).
by Julie Pedersen June 17, 2007
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Slang language. Originally referred to the slang language used by CBers in the 70s.
Slanguage daffynitions can be gnarly, or they can be boge.
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It is the Language of talking in slang terms
Yo, u kno n/e slanguage i can speak?
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SLANGUAGE /slaNGgwij/ is a combination of the words SLANG and LANGUAGE:

SLANG /slaNG/ noun: very informal words and phrases, typically used contextually by regionally based groups of people;
LANGUAGE /laNGgwij/ noun: a method of communication, spoken or written, using words in a structured way.

Together, these words create SLANGUAGE, an informal way of communicating using acronyms, abbreviations, and localized forms or pronunciations of traditional words. Slanguage usually exists within a structured communication form, but may include text messaging symbols, emoticons, acronyms, and shorthand as well.
"I'm working with a multi-national team and English is not their first language, if I use Slanguage (like deets = details, addy = address, or LMK = let me know), will they understand me?"
by TZ Muller July 13, 2016
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New words or phrases that utilize slang's
I don't understand what slanguage she is speaking, I think she is from the valley.
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1. word or phrase that is actually slang, but idiots confuse for real words; any word found in the dictionary that should not be there because it is improper English

2. Internet speak, usually very ugly in nature and makes every grammar nazi's eyes bleed
"Watch your slanguage!" Billy's mother warned when he used the word "irregardless."

OMG like i cant spel cuz im on tha intrnet n i dont no english win im on da intrnet
by Tromp September 3, 2007
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