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Another word for talk

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Verb
  1. To engage in spoken exchange

      1. To go to see or spend time with (someone); call on socially:
      2. To go to see in order to aid or console:
      3. To stay with (someone) as a guest.
      1. A casual talk; confabulation.
      2. To talk casually.
      1. To produce words by means of sounds; talk:
      2. To express thoughts or feelings to convey information in speech or writing:
      3. To convey information or ideas in text:
      1. Verbal expression in speech or writing:
      2. Verbal exchange or conversation:
      3. A formal, lengthy treatment of a subject, either written or spoken.
      1. To engage in an exchange of thoughts and feelings by means of speech or sign language.
      2. To interact socially with others; associate.
      3. An interchange of thoughts and feelings by means of speech or sign language; conversation.
      1. To talk casually; chat.
      2. To fill in gaps in one's memory with fabrications that one believes to be facts.
      1. To converse in an easy, familiar manner; talk lightly and casually.
      2. To participate in a synchronous exchange of remarks with one or more people over a computer network.
      3. An informal, light conversation.
  2. To direct speech to

      1. To produce words by means of sounds; talk:
      2. To express thoughts or feelings to convey information in speech or writing:
      3. To convey information or ideas in text:
      1. To speak to:
      2. To make a formal speech to:
      3. To direct (a spoken or written message) to the attention of:
  3. To express oneself in speech

  4. To put into words

      1. The sound produced by the vocal organs of a vertebrate, especially a human.
      2. The ability to produce such sounds:
      3. The mind as it produces verbal thoughts:
      1. To produce by using the vocal organs:
      2. To give voice to; articulate:
      3. To mark (a vowelless Hebrew text, for example) with vowel points.
      1. To express in words:
      2. To convert to use as a verb:
      3. To express oneself in words.
      1. Forceful expression or release of pent-up thoughts or feelings:
      2. An opening permitting the escape of fumes, a liquid, a gas, or steam.
      3. The small hole at the breech of a gun through which the charge is ignited.
      1. To send forth with the voice:
      2. To articulate (words); pronounce or speak:
      3. To put (counterfeit currency or a forged check or instrument) into circulation:
      1. To communicate by speech or writing; express with words:
      2. To give a detailed account of; narrate:
      3. To notify (someone) of something; inform:
      1. A condition or mode of being, as with regard to circumstances:
      2. A condition of being in a stage or form, as of structure, growth, or development:
      3. A mental or emotional condition:
      1. To utter aloud; pronounce:
      2. To express in words:
      3. To state as an opinion or judgment; declare:
      1. To set forth in words; state:
      2. To manifest or communicate, as by a gesture; show:
      3. To make known the feelings or opinions of (oneself), as by statement or art.
      1. To make known formally or officially; proclaim:
      2. To state emphatically or authoritatively; affirm:
      3. To reveal or make manifest; show:
      1. To take or carry from one place to another; transport.
      2. To serve as a medium of transmission for; transmit:
      3. To communicate or make known; impart:
      1. To convey information about; make known; impart:
      2. To reveal clearly; manifest:
      3. To spread (a disease, for example) to others; transmit:
      1. Composed of distinct, meaningful syllables or words:
      2. Expressing oneself easily in clear and effective language:
      3. Characterized by the use of clear, expressive language:
  5. To engage in or spread gossip

      1. Soft speech produced without using the full voice.
      2. Something uttered very softly:
      3. A secretly or surreptitiously expressed belief, rumor, or hint:
      1. Petty gossip; trivial talk.
      2. To talk idly or foolishly; gossip.
      1. To reveal the plans or activities of another, especially ones that are secret or improper:
      2. To chatter; prate.
      3. To reveal (something about someone) to another, as through gossiping.
      1. A piece of unverified information of uncertain origin usually spread by word of mouth.
      2. Unverified information received from another; hearsay.
      3. To spread or tell by rumor.
      1. Sound or a sound that is loud, unpleasant, unexpected, or undesired.
      2. Sound or a sound of any kind:
      3. A loud outcry or commotion:
      1. Rumor or talk of a personal, sensational, or intimate nature.
      2. A person who habitually spreads intimate or private rumors or facts.
      3. Trivial, chatty talk or writing.
      1. To reveal (secret matters), especially through indiscreet or unreserved talk.
      2. To reveal secret matters indiscreetly.
      3. To chatter thoughtlessly or indiscreetly.
  6. To meet and exchange views to reach a decision

  7. To give incriminating information about others, especially to the authorities

      1. A backless and armless single seat supported on legs or a pedestal.
      2. A low bench or support for the feet or knees in sitting or kneeling, as a footrest.
      3. A toilet seat; a commode.
      1. To give forth a loud shrill cry or sound.
      2. To turn informer; betray an accomplice or secret.
      3. To utter or produce with a squeal.
      1. To act as an informer:
      2. To steal (something, usually something of little value); pilfer:
      3. An informer.
      1. To utter a series of words or sounds in musical tones.
      2. To vocalize songs or selections.
      3. To perform songs or selections as a trained or professional singer.
      1. Any of various long-tailed rodents resembling mice but larger, especially one of the genus Rattus.
      2. Any of various animals similar to one of these long-tailed rodents.
      3. A despicable person, especially one who betrays or informs upon associates.
      1. A contemptible person.
      2. An informer.
      3. A hired strikebreaker.
      1. The end of a pointed or projecting object.
      2. A piece or an attachment, such as a cap or ferrule, meant to be fitted to the end of something else:
      3. To furnish with a tip.
      1. To reveal the plans or activities of another, especially ones that are secret or improper:
      2. To chatter; prate.
      3. To reveal (something about someone) to another, as through gossiping.
      1. To impart information to; make aware of something:
      2. To acquaint (oneself) with knowledge of a subject.
      3. To give form or character to; imbue with a quality or an essence:
Noun
  1. Spoken exchange

      1. Either of two bony or cartilaginous structures that in most vertebrates form the framework of the mouth and hold the teeth.
      2. The mandible or maxilla or the part of the face covering these bones.
      3. Any of various structures of invertebrates that have an analogous function to vertebrate jaws.
      1. A casual talk; confabulation.
      2. To talk casually.
      1. The faculty or act of speaking.
      2. The faculty or act of expressing or describing thoughts, feelings, or perceptions by the articulation of words.
      3. What is spoken or expressed, as in conversation; uttered or written words:
      1. Verbal expression in speech or writing:
      2. Verbal exchange or conversation:
      3. A formal, lengthy treatment of a subject, either written or spoken.
      1. A conversation between two or more people.
      2. A discussion of positions or beliefs, especially between groups to resolve a disagreement.
      3. Conversation between characters in a drama or narrative.
      1. To engage in an exchange of thoughts and feelings by means of speech or sign language.
      2. To interact socially with others; associate.
      3. An interchange of thoughts and feelings by means of speech or sign language; conversation.
      1. The exchange of thoughts and feelings by means of speech or sign language:
      2. An instance of this:
      1. A conversation, especially a formal one.
      2. A written dialogue.
      1. To converse in an easy, familiar manner; talk lightly and casually.
      2. To participate in a synchronous exchange of remarks with one or more people over a computer network.
      3. An informal, light conversation.
  2. The faculty, act, or product of speaking

  3. A usually formal oral communication to an audience

  4. The act or process of dealing with another to reach an agreement.

Idioms:

    talk back

  1. To utter an impertinent rejoinder

  2. talk into

  3. To succeed in causing (a person) to act in a certain way

  4. talk over

  5. To speak together and exchange ideas and opinions about

  6. talk up

  7. To increase or seek to increase the importance or reputation of by favorable publicity

  8. talk up

  9. To make known vigorously the positive features of (a product)

  10. talk up

  11. To utter an impertinent rejoinder

Another word for talk

Noun
  1. Human speech

  2. A conference

      1. The act or process of consulting.
      2. A conference at which advice is given or views are exchanged.
      3. A meeting between physicians to discuss the diagnosis or treatment of a case.
      1. A discussion or conference, especially one between enemies over terms of truce or other matters.
      2. To have a discussion, especially with an enemy.
      1. A meeting or conference for discussion of a topic, especially one in which the participants form an audience and make presentations.
      2. A collection of writings on a particular topic, as in a magazine.
      3. A convivial meeting for drinking, music, and intellectual discussion among the ancient Greeks.
  3. An address

      1. A religious discourse, especially one delivered as part of a service.
      2. An often lengthy and tedious speech of reproof or exhortation:
      1. A formal speech, especially one given on a ceremonial occasion.
      2. A speech delivered in a high-flown or pompous manner.
      1. An exposition of a given subject delivered before an audience or class, as for the purpose of instruction.
      2. An earnest admonition or reproof; a reprimand.
      3. To deliver a lecture or series of lectures.
  4. Gossip

      1. Petty gossip; trivial talk.
      2. To talk idly or foolishly; gossip.
      1. Unverified information heard or received from another; rumor.
      2. Evidence that is not within the personal knowledge of a witness, such as testimony regarding statements made by someone other than the witness, and that therefore may be inadmissible to establish the truth of a particular contention because the accuracy of the evidence cannot be verified through cross-examination.
      1. A formal account of the proceedings or transactions of a group:
      2. A spoken or written account of an event, usually presented in detail:
      3. Bound volumes containing the published court opinions in legal cases, intended to provide a reference for precedents in subsequent cases.
  5. Nonsense

Verb
  1. To converse