Please, name the words of professionalism and their meaning and who uses them?

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Please, name the words of professionalism and their meaning and who uses them?

  1. Professionalism of words and phrases related to the production activities of people of a particular profession or field of activity. Unlike terms, professionalisms are usually a specialized part of colloquial vocabulary, and not literary.
    At the heart of many professionalisms lies some vivid imagery of the named object, and it is often random or arbitrary. Examples of such expressive words can serve as paws and Christmas trees (names of quotes in the professional environment of printers and proofreaders); give a goat (in the case of pilots, this means harshly planting an airplane, that is, planting it so that the aircraft bounces on the ground); nedomaz and nemaz (in the speech of the pilots, these words mean, accordingly, the underflights and the flight of the landing sign); shkorrod (for athletes, kayakers are called the shallow and stony part of the river). With their expressiveness, professionalisms are contrasted with terms as accurate and mostly stylistically neutral. Some linguists believe that vocabulary is semi-official in comparison with terminology: these are informal synonyms of official scientific names.
  2. Allochol is indicated for liver disease.
  3. The professionalisms adopted in the professional group are synonymous terms:
    for example: Steering wheel steering wheel (in the speech of the drivers), Typing mistakes (for newsmen), etc.
    Professionalism serves to denote various production processes, tools of production, raw materials, products, etc.
    Unlike terms that are official names of special concepts, professionalisms are perceived as "semi-official" words that do not have a strict character.
  4. PROFESSIONALISM, words and expressions typical of the speeches of a professional group
    for example:
    "on-mountain", "storming" (in the speech of miners)
    glavorezh - the main director;
    overlay-error (from actress's speech),
    cant - "error" - (from the speech of engineers),
    janitor - windshield wiper; steering wheel - steering wheel (from the speech of motorists). .

    The vocabulary also includes words and expressions used in various fields of production, techniques that have not, however, become common.
    Professionalism functions primarily in oral speech as semi-official words that do not have a strictly scientific character. Professionalism serves to denote various production processes, tools of production, raw materials, manufactured products, etc.
    Professionalism can be grouped according to the sphere of their use: in the speech of athletes, miners, doctors, hunters, fishermen, etc. Technical group - specialized names used in the field of technology - are singled out for a special group.
    Professionalism, in contrast to their common equivalents, serves to delimit close concepts used in a certain kind of people's activities. Due to this professional vocabulary is indispensable for laconic and accurate expression of thought in special texts intended for the prepared reader.
    Especially distinguished are professional-jargon words, which have a reduced expressive coloration.

    examples:
    journalists are a snowdrop "a person who works in a newspaper as a correspondent, but is enrolled in the states for another specialty"; How to call? - "How to headline (article, essay)?"; zakursivit (italicized).
    In the editorial offices of newspapers and magazines, a specialist involved in the selection of illustrations is called a bild-editor. Bild-editor is a term. However, in the real production process, it is often called professionalism, professional jargon for short. Bild trampled all the pictures on the layout undeniably, this proposal uses professionalism, but not terms.
    in colloquial speech of builders and repairmen, the professional capital repair name is used; specialists who build and maintain computer systems in firms are sysadmins.
    In the speech of the polygraphists the following professionalisms are used:
    the ending is a graphic decoration at the end of the book, the folded font is worn out, the font worked out with obsolete linotype printing, and so on.
    Journalists prepare the future text, a draft is called a fish or a dog.
    Engineers jokingly call the self-recording device a saber.
    In the speech of pilots there are words nedomaz, nemaz, meaning undershoot and flight of a landing sign, and also: a bubble, a sausage balloon, to give a goat a hard landing of the plane, as a result of which it jumps after touching the ground,
    Many of these professionalisms have an estimated or understated tonality. On fishing boats, workers who gut the fish (usually by hand) are called shakers. Bankers in a conversation among themselves instead of the term car loans use the word autocards, officials call housing and communal services a communal, and the social sphere social network, etc.

  5. PROFESSIONALISM, words and expressions typical of the speeches of a professional group
    for example:
    "on-mountain", "storming" (in the speech of miners)
    glavorezh - the main director;
    overlay-error (from actress's speech),
    cant - "error" - (from the speech of engineers),
    janitor - windshield wiper; steering wheel - steering wheel (from the speech of motorists). .

    The vocabulary also includes words and expressions used in various fields of production, techniques that have not, however, become common.
    Professionalism functions primarily in oral speech as semi-official words that do not have a strictly scientific character. Professionalism serves to denote various production processes, tools of production, raw materials, manufactured products, etc.
    Professionalism can be grouped according to the sphere of their use: in the speech of athletes, miners, doctors, hunters, fishermen, etc. Technical group - specialized names used in the field of technology - are singled out for a special group.
    Professionalism, in contrast to their common equivalents, serves to delimit close concepts used in a certain kind of people's activities. Due to this professional vocabulary is indispensable for laconic and accurate expression of thought in special texts intended for the prepared reader.
    Especially distinguished are professional-jargon words, which have a reduced expressive coloration.

    examples:
    journalists are a snowdrop "a person who works in a newspaper as a correspondent, but is enrolled in the states for another specialty"; How to call? - "How to headline (article, essay)?"; zakursivit (italicized).
    In the editorial offices of newspapers and magazines, a specialist involved in the selection of illustrations is called a bild-editor. Bild-editor is a term. However, in the real production process, it is often called professionalism, professional jargon for short. Bild trampled all the pictures on the layout undeniably, this proposal uses professionalism, but not terms.
    in colloquial speech of builders and repairmen, the professional capital repair name is used; specialists who build and maintain computer systems in firms are sysadmins.
    In the speech of the polygraphists the following professionalisms are used:
    the ending is a graphic decoration at the end of the book, the folded font is worn out, the font worked out with obsolete linotype printing, and so on.
    Journalists prepare the future text, a draft is called a fish or a dog.
    Engineers jokingly call the self-recording device a saber.
    In the speech of pilots there are words nedomaz, nemaz, meaning undershoot and flight of a landing sign, and also: a bubble, a sausage balloon, to give a goat a hard landing of the plane, as a result of which it jumps after touching the ground,
    Many of these professionalisms have an estimated or understated tonality. On fishing boats, workers who gut the fish (usually by hand) are called shakers. Bankers in a conversation among themselves instead of the term car loans use the word autocards, officials call housing and communal services a communal, and the social sphere social network, etc.

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  6. The professionalisms adopted in the professional group are synonymous terms:
    for example: Steering wheel steering wheel (in the speech of the drivers), Typing mistakes (for newsmen), etc.
    Professionalism serves to denote various production processes, tools of production, raw materials, products, etc.
    Unlike terms that are official names of special concepts, professionalisms are perceived as "semi-official" words that do not have a strict character.
  7. Sitting Chukchi on the shore. The American
    leading the boat out the captain and asks:
    - Hello! Where did the Russian submarine sail?
    Chukchi pointed somewhere to the side.
    - North-West! - The captain commanded and the submarine sailed away.
    Immediately emerges Russian submarine from the captain does not go:
    "Where did the American submarine swim?"
    Chukchi: - North is winding.
    - Do not be clever, show your finger!
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