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talk

  

      vb  
1    articulate, chat, chatter, communicate, converse, crack     (Scot. & Irish)   express oneself, gab     (informal)   give voice to, gossip, natter, prate, prattle, rap     (slang)   run off at the mouth     (slang)   say, shoot the breeze     (U.S. slang)   speak, spout, utter, verbalize, witter     (informal)  
2    chew the rag or fat     (slang)   confabulate, confer, have a confab     (informal)   hold discussions, negotiate, palaver, parley  
3    blab, crack, give the game away, grass     (Brit. slang)   inform, let the cat out of the bag, reveal information, shop     (slang, chiefly Brit.)   sing     (slang, chiefly U.S.)   spill one's guts     (slang)   spill the beans     (informal)   squeak     (informal)   squeal     (slang)   tell all  
      n  
4    address, discourse, disquisition, dissertation, harangue, lecture, oration, sermon, speech  
5    blather, blether, chat, chatter, chitchat, conversation, crack     (Scot. & Irish)   gab     (informal)   gossip, hearsay, jaw     (slang)   natter, rap     (slang)   rumour, tittle-tattle  
6    colloquy, conclave, confab     (informal)   confabulation, conference, congress, consultation, dialogue, discussion, meeting, negotiation, palaver, parley, seminar, symposium  
7    argot, dialect, jargon, language, lingo     (informal)   patois, slang, speech, words  


sweet-talk        (informal)  
beguile, blandish, cajole, chat up, coax, dupe, entice, flatter, inveigle, manoeuvre, mislead, palaver, persuade, seduce, soft-soap     (informal)   tempt, wheedle  
talk big     
blow one's own trumpet, bluster, boast, brag, crow, exaggerate, vaunt  
talk into     
bring round     (informal)   convince, persuade, prevail on or upon, sway, win over  
English Collins Dictionary - English synonyms & Thesaurus  
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o.
talk to you later
o.
Shortening of Talk To You Soon
v.
utter a soliloquy ; talk to oneself
n.
unattractive person, looking dirty and/or smelling bad
adj.
low; cheap, dirty, sluttish (as behavior and/or look)
n.
in American English, 'dirt' is what British people call 'soil' ('put some dirt in a plant pot'). In British English, dirt has the connotation of being dirty ('you've got some dirt on your shoe')
n.
someone who talks too much
[Australia] ; [NZ]
exp.
there is something really obvious that no one talks about

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