He offers to drop the price for the uranium from €100 million to €20 million in slangy, uneducated Russian.
Billy was always coming to me with pleasant news, told in his slangy New York boy vernacular.
She also expressed her affection for him in shy and slangy terms.
Though the boy's words were slangy, there was real sympathy in his tone and the girls liked him the better for it.
As a rule I avoid not only what is profane, but also anything that is slangy.
And when she was with him she did not have to mind her tongue, but could be as slangy and as natural as she pleased.
“Not if he struck him for a hand-out,” muttered the slangy Tom.
"Let 'em," grunted Private Green briefly, and without a sign of understanding the slangy joke.
Aggie demanded, with that slangy diction which was her habit.
His speech, crude and slangy as ever, seemed to have lagged behind in his climb toward business and social recognition.