The substitution of a clear word for euphemistic jargon is found in all forms of manufactured communication, but is perhaps most often used by the military.
I don't understand all the technical jargon , but do agree with the general gist of maintaining freedom of communication outside the oppression of big business monopolies.
Lay persons shouldn't be expected to understand medical jargon or complex terminology.
This is the essential function of a cliché, and of cant and jargon ; to neutralise expression and ‘vanish memory’.
Remember your international visitors by avoiding regional word usage or technical jargon that could alienate.
But yesterday the Government's response was said to be so full of difficult wording and jargon that it was impossible to know what it said.
There are three main reasons consumers do not compare financial products: misguided loyalty, inertia and an inability to understand financial jargon .
Bunett's prose is often loaded with arty jargon and heavyweight expressions that are virtually incomprehensible.
I also get the sense that some lawyers think baffling legal jargon and tortured syntax will impress their clients.