sprog

  • 1sprog — sb., et, sprog, ene, i sms. sprog , fx sprogblomst, sprogfilosofi, sprogundervisning, sprogæt …

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  • 2Sprog — can refer to: * a child, sprog being a slang term for a child * Sprog (software), a graphical tool to build Perl programs by plugging parts together. * a term used for new or young Soldiers …

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  • 3sprog — [sprɔg US spra:g] n BrE informal a child or baby used humorously …

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  • 4sprog — [ sprag ] noun count BRITISH HUMOROUS a child or baby …

    Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • 5Sprog — Et sprog kan beskrives som et system til at udtrykke betydning. Et sprog har mere eller mindre fastlagte bestanddele og regler som bestemmer hvordan en betydning kan udtrykkes. Denne, som enhver anden, definition af begrebet sprog vil… …

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  • 6sprog — UK [sprɒɡ] / US [sprɑɡ] noun [countable] Word forms sprog : singular sprog plural sprogs British humorous a child, or a baby …

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  • 7sprog — I. /sprɒg/ (say sprog) noun Colloquial 1. a baby or young child: *Maybe they could help him to understand a few things about his own sprogs who were getting to that age when they might start sucking away at cough medicine from an Aristotle for… …

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  • 8sprog — n British a. a child, offspring b. a novice, new recruit The first sense of the word has become widespread in colloquial speech since the mid 1970s, the second is limited to the context of institutions, including the armed services. The exact… …

    Contemporary slang

  • 9sprog — [[t]sprɒ̱g[/t]] sprogs N COUNT A sprog is a baby or child. [BRIT, INFORMAL] …

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  • 10sprog — 1. noun /sprɒɡ/ a) child b) semen Syn: bairn, kid, cum, jizz, spoof 2. verb …

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  • 11Sprog — 1. offspring, child, youngster; 2. new recruit, as in an air force; 3. semen; 4. ejaculate; come …

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  • 12sprog — I Australian Slang 1. offspring, child, youngster; 2. new recruit, as in an air force; 3. semen; 4. ejaculate; come II Everyday English Slang in Ireland n kid III Kiwi (New Zealand Slang) a child …

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  • 13sprog — a child …

    Kiwi (New Zealand slang)

  • 14sprog — n. (British slang) baby …

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  • 15sprog — noun (C) BrE humorous a child or baby …

    Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • 16sprog — Noun. A child …

    English slang and colloquialisms

  • 17sprog —  Recruit. Hence, new boy at school …

    A concise dictionary of English slang

  • 18sprog — n. sl. a child; a baby. Etymology: orig. services sl., = new recruit: perh. f. obs. sprag lively young man …

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  • 19sprog Brit. — sprog Brit. informal noun 1》 a child. 2》 military slang a recruit or trainee. verb (sprogs, sprogging, sprogged) have a baby. Origin 1940s: perh. from obs. sprag lively young man , of unknown origin …

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  • 20Sprog (software) — Infobox Software name = Sprog latest release version = 0.14 latest release date = July 27, 2005 operating system = Cross platform genre = ETL license = GPL, Artistic License website = [http://sprog.sourceforge.net/] Sprog is graphical tool to… …

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