Talk synonyms and antonyms

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To convey information through another person:
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To hold a conversation; talk
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The definition of a sermon is a lecture, speech or talk about moral or spiritual issues, especially when the talk is administered formally in a church or religious setting.
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A meeting between physicians to discuss the diagnosis or treatment of a case.
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(Intransitive) To pay attention to a sound or speech.
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1898, Winston Churchill, chapter 1, The Celebrity:
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(Informal) To include by or as if by counting:
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Loud or confused shouting; din of voices; clamor
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To make known; communicate in words, actions, appearance, etc.
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To talk about someone else's private or personal business, especially in a way that spreads the information.
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To lead or move, as to a course of action, by influence or persuasion.
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(Grammar) Used in address; appellative; "” said of that case or form of the noun, pronoun, or adjective, in which a person or thing is addressed; as, Domine, O Lord.
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A period of time without speech or noise.
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(Intransitive) To talk much; to chatter; to prate.
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To talk fast, idly, foolishly, or without meaning.
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That which is uttered; esp., a word or words uttered, whether written or spoken
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(Psychol.) To fill in gaps in the memory with detailed accounts of fictitious events believed true by the narrator
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To converse
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(Intransitive) To speak unintelligibly or inaudibly; to fail to articulate.
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Smooth, flattering talk.
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Flattery is defined as praise or compliments, usually exaggerated or false.
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Angry, emotionally charged, or tediously negative speech or writing:
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(Intransitive) To tell tales; to gossip without reserve or discretion.
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Alternative spelling of chit-chat.
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To remark.
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(Ecclesiastical) To receive Communion.
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Discuss is defined as to talk about and to consider all aspects of the subject.
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(Impersonal) To have a common expression; used in singular passive voice or plural active voice to indicate a rumor or well-known fact.
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Action of the verb listening
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(Archaic) To hold back, to restrain (someone or something). [from 14th c.]
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To stop short at (a fence, etc.), without jumping it
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(Idiomatic) To refrain from talking about something; to keep a secret.
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A phrase or expression connected to an individual or a group of individuals through repeated usage.
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Talk or writing that sounds grand or important but has little meaning; pompous language
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To communicate that which could not be known or discovered without divine or supernatural instruction.
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The body of all data transferred to one or both parties during an act of communication.
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To converse in an easy, familiar manner; talk lightly and casually.
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A rich, sweet chocolate sauce used as a topping for ice cream or as an ingredient in cakes and cookies
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To be or become silent or still.
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To converse
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To converse
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To voice
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(Uncountable) The faculty of uttering articulate sounds or words; the ability to speak or to use vocalizations to communicate.
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Easy to talk to; affable
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Familiar or acquainted (with), esp. as a result of study or experience; versed (in)
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The definition of discursive refers to writing or discussions that ramble from subject to subject, or to stories that have a lot of embellishment and detail.
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(Archaic) pouring, spilling out freely; overflowing
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The definition of fluent is having complete knowledge of a foreign language so you can express yourself in that language, or the ability to speak easily, flow freely or move smoothly.
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(Of something written or performed) Excessively wordy and rambling.
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The definition of loquacious is a person who really enjoys talking.
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Giving or given freely and abundantly; extravagant:
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Speaking openly and honestly, neglecting privacy and consequences.
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Abounding in words, containing more words than necessary. Long winded, or windy.
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Making, given to, or marked by noisy and vehement outcry.
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Containing or using many or too many words; verbose
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A conference
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The definition of badinage is fun, light-hearted teasing.
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Good-natured teasing, ridicule, or joking
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The definition of blandishment is the use of flattery to get something or to get someone to do something.
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A false show of courage.
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An informal conversation, or casual short written article, especially on a serious topic.
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By extension, any excess or unwanted material, resource, or person; anything worthless.
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A series of quick rattling or clicking sounds.
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Gossip; mindless banter.
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(Law) A discussion during a trial in which a judge ensures that the defendant understands what is taking place in the trial and what their rights are.
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A casual talk or chat.
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(Psychology) A fabricated memory believed to be true.
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A district governed or represented by a conference
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(Computing) The protocol-based interaction between systems processing a transaction.
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A lengthy discourse on a subject
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A conversation or other form of discourse between two or more individuals.
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(Uncountable) Expression in words, either speech or writing.
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Consideration of a subject by a group; an earnest conversation.
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An act of expatiating
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Pompous, pretentious talk or writing; bombast; rant
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Boastfulness; bravado.
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Unintelligible or nonsensical talk or writing.
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Pompous or bombastic speech or expression.
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Talk between two or more people; conversation; dialogue
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Speech that jabbers; gibberish.
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A hybrid language or dialect; a pidgin. Not in technical use.
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(Comedy) A long series of comic stories and jokes as an entertainment.
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Foolish or empty talk, notions, plans, etc.; nonsense
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Palaver is defined as charming talk, or chatter.
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Frivolity or mockery in discussing a subject.
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An instance of bantering or teasing.
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A literary work written in an impassioned or exalted style.
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A specific speech or piece of writing in this form.
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, John Dryden
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To speak distinctly; pronounce clearly
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To leave in haste; flee
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The definition of confer is to consult or carry on a discussion.
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Shakespeare
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To talk things over in order to decide or plan something; confer
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To discuss opposing reasons; argue
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Expatiate is defined as to give extensive details when speaking or writing.
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To put into words; represent by language; state
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To talk much or idly; chatter; gabble
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To make or use gestures, esp. with the hands and arms, as in adding nuances or force to one's speech, or as a substitute for speech
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To prattle and chatter unintelligibly.
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Harp is defined as to play the string instrument commonly associated with angels, or to persist in discussing something that others don't want to discuss.
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To get together and discuss.
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To inform is defined as to tell, give knowledge or information.
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The layout of an application's graphic or textual controls in conjunction with the way the application responds to user activity.
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To ask questions of (somebody); to have an interview.
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Present participle of meet.
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To confer with another or others in order to come to terms or reach an agreement:
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To speak formally; to give a speech.
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To run or move along so as to make a patter
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To hold a powwow.
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Prate is defined as to talk on and on about unimportant things.
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To speak in a childish way; babble
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To say or declare officially, solemnly, or with ceremony
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(Slang) To talk seriously and frankly with another or others, often in an informal setting
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To think logically about; think out systematically; analyze
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To make a formal statement, especially of complaint, about (someone). [from 19th c.]
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(Usually used in the passive voice) To tell a rumor about; to gossip.
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Spiel is defined as to give a long-winded speech about why people should do something.
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To fix or establish by specifying
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To reveal (something about someone) to another, as through gossiping.
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Tongue means to touch or lick with the tongue.
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(Grammar) To adapt a word of another part of speech as a verb.
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(Slang) To talk noisily and stupidly; jabber
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To state openly a choice, opinion, etc. (for or against)
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To order; to direct, to say to someone.
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To allow to escape through a vent.
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To give utterance or expression to; to utter; to publish; to announce; to divulge; as, to voice the sentiments of the nation.
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To engage in such gossip
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To mention privately and confidentially, or in a whisper.
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To give information or notice to; to inform; — with of before the thing communicated.
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To deliberate is to think about or discuss something until you reach a conclusion.
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To have a discussion, especially with an enemy.
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To dye the ends of (hair or fur) in order to blend or improve appearance.
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To inform against another person.
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(Slang) To reveal incriminating or embarrassing information about someone, especially to a person in authority:
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To soothe with singing.
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To act as an informer:
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To give forth a loud shrill cry or sound.
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To put out shoots in the form of a stool
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(Figuratively) Anything resembling the jaw of an animal in form or action; especially plural, the mouth or way of entrance.
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An instance of verbalizing.
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(Linguistics) The change in pronunciation of historically or variably consonant (typically sonorant) sounds as vowels. For example, the syllabic /l/ in words like people or the coda one in words like cold or coal are variably realized as a high back vowel or glide"”[ÊŠ], [u], [ɤ] or [o]"”in many dialects of English in the US, UK, and the Southern Hemisphere. For example, in African American Vernacular English, one common pronunciation of the words "people", "cold", and "coal" is [pÊ°ipÊŠ], [kÊ°oɤd], or [kÊ°oɤ] respectively.
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The procedure during sentencing when a judge gives a convicted defendant the opportunity to make a personal statement on his own behalf to mitigate the punishment that is about to be imposed. The defendant does not have to be sworn before he makes his address, his comments are not subject to cross-examination, and the opportunity may include the right to offer evidence (such as an explanation for his conduct or a reason why severe sentence should not be imposed) beyond a request for mercy or an apology for his conduct.
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The definition of a declamation means a speech with feeling, or refers to the act of reciting a speech or rhetoric.
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A public lecture or reading, especially delivered at a college or university.
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The act or process of dealing with another to reach an agreement.
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To engage in spoken exchange
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To call for and obtain payment of:
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Meet is defined as to come face to face with, be there when someone or something arrives, or to be introduced.
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(Obsolete) To confess as true; to acknowledge. [13th-17th c.]
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(Informal, Dial.) To take legal action (against)
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The act of a person who talks; discussion; conversation
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(Idiomatic) A topic or person discussed by many people.
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a speech that is open to the public
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To inform against:
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divulge confidential information or secrets
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divulge confidential information or secrets
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To form (a word) with the mouth soundlessly
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(UK) Alternative spelling of verbalize.
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To lessen the pressure of (wind) on (a sail) as by reducing the area of sail being acted upon
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Any material rejected or thrown away as worthless; trash; refuse
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(Idiomatic, US) To chat idly or generally waste time talking.
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To induce to believe something; convince
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(Uncountable) The quality, clarity or sharpness of speech.
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Talkativeness, esp. when excessive
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divulge confidential information or secrets
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To remark is to make a comment or say something.
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To persuade someone; to talk around
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(Telecommunications) To be able to hear what another person is saying over a radio connection.
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To converse
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To repeat, as what has been already said; to tell over again; to recite.
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Used other than as an idiom: see go,"Ž on.
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To converse
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(Rugby) To score a try
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(Intransitive) To being singing or playing musical notes on a pipe or similar wind instrument.
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To converse
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(Idiomatic) To chinwag; to talk idly.
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To converse
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To lecture
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To lecture
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To divulge is defined as to disclose information or share private information.
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To cause (a person, an opinion, actions, etc.) to be inclined a certain way or be turned from a given course; influence or divert
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Extravagant foolishness or frivolity:
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To give (someone) notice of (something).
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To exert or have influence on; have an effect on the nature, behavior, development, action, or thought of
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The definition of colloquial refers to words or expressions used in ordinary language by common people.
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Someone or something which tends to eagerly and effectively communicate.
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(Of thoughts, feelings, or something that is expressed) Expressed readily or at length and in a fluent manner.
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(Archaic) Conversation; esp., parley or debate
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(Pejorative) to talk rapidly without making much sense
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A formal speech, especially one given on a ceremonial occasion.
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To visit someone or something
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Cant is a whining type of speech used by beggars, thieves and gypsies.
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(Intransitive, informal) To release flatulence, in most cases, in short rapid succession.
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(Idiomatic, intransitive) To reveal a secret; to disclose.
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To converse
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Observe is defined as to celebrate, to see or watch.
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To mention; refer to; comment on
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A loud noise.
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(US, colloquial) Nonsense; transparently deceptive talk.
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Flapdoodle is defined as nonsense.
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Broken, discarded, or worthless things; rubbish; refuse
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Rot means something decayed or decomposed.
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