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'''EU jargon''' or '''EuroJargon'''.
 
'''EU jargon''' or '''EuroJargon'''.
  
People within the EU institutions and in the media dealing with EU affairs often use 'Eurojargon' words and expressions that they alone understand. Eurojargon can be very confusing to the general public<ref>EUROPA, The EU at a glance, [http://europa.eu/abc/eurojargon/index_en.htm A plain language guide to Eurojargon]</ref>.
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People within the EU institutions and in the media dealing with EU affairs often use 'Eurojargon' abreviations, acronyms, words and expressions that they alone understand. Eurojargon can be very confusing to the general public<ref>EUROPA, The EU at a glance, [http://europa.eu/abc/eurojargon/index_en.htm A plain language guide to Eurojargon]</ref>.
  
 
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EU jargon or EuroJargon.

People within the EU institutions and in the media dealing with EU affairs often use 'Eurojargon' abreviations, acronyms, words and expressions that they alone understand. Eurojargon can be very confusing to the general public[1].

References

  1. EUROPA, The EU at a glance, A plain language guide to Eurojargon
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