terminology – Argot vs Jargon – Linguistics Stack Exchange

儿童黑话 Pig Latin ; Pig Latin Language

土匪黑话 bandit argot

网络黑话 cybercrub ; network argots

使用黑话 cant

讲黑话 cant

新的黑话 now i cant

黑话当飞贼 the climb

江湖黑话指被逮捕 be caught

而拉康主义的黑话 Lacanian jargon

‘Intra-‘ and ‘Inter-‘

Inter- vs. Intra-: What is the Difference? | Merriam-Webster

Although they look similar, the prefix intra- means “within” (as in happening within a single thing), while the prefix inter- means “between” (as in happening between two things).

For example, intranational refers to things that happen within a single country, while international refers to things happening between two or more countries.