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lingo

A set of slang or terminology that is unique to a particular field or group of people. You've got to learn the lingo if you want to fit in around this part of the country. Yeah, we've kind of got our own lingo that we use when we work. Don't worry, you'll catch on.

lingo

n. language; special vocabulary. When you catch on to the lingo, everything becomes clear.
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Washington, DC, US-based InsideNGO is a member association of international non-governmental organisations, WHERE-based LINGOs is a virtual not-for-profit capacity building organisation specialising in eLearning.
The CEOs of both LINGOs and Mango will be continuing in new roles in Humentum.
Inspired by years of experience in the language-learning field, Lingos founders saw the need for an online resource exclusively dedicated to language tuition and tailored to user requirements.
Mikael Dia, co-founder and CEO at Lingos said, “As language learners ourselves, we understand that taking up a language can be a big decision and that there are so many routes to bilingualism out there.
“There are 7,000 languages spoken in the world today - while we don't offer tuition for each and every one, we have exceptional quality teachers on the Lingos network covering over 30 languages, and growing.
“With so many choices out there, our certification program really sets Lingos and its teacher base apart from the other well-known, but uncertified listing, sites such as Gumtree and Craigslist.
Mr Lingo is a recognised oil and gas industry leader, whose broad range of skills and experiences have been recognised in recent awards including winning the SMH/East Coles S&P/ASX 200 Energy Best CEO of the Year 2014.
Mr Lingo started his career in the oil and gas sector in 1986 representing major Texas financial institutions and the US Government in Dallas, Texas, successfully assisting both financial institutions and oil & gas companies through major financial restructurings following the 1986 oil price collapse.