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What is another word for talking?

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Noun
Idle talk or chatter
“In between the conspiracies and the brawls, there was much talking in the beer pubs of Munich.”
Noun
Conversation or discourse on a given subject or topic
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“I am also engaged in talking about a world that concerns all the others as well.”
Noun
The expression of a thought, feeling or idea through speech or words
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“Do you think that your talking of a witty correction will make me bush up my feathers?”
Noun
The ability to express thoughts and feelings through voice
“Their research aims to discover how the developing brain processes sound and talking.”
Noun
A statement or account that makes something clear
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Adjective
Used for, or being engaged in, the act of speaking or conversing
“Shakespeare turns the organ of speech into an organ of writing, and the talking mouth becomes the writing mouth.”
Adjective
Holding a conference
Verb
Present participle for to speak in order to give information or express ideas or feelings
“Ron Burgundy would start to talk as soon as the cameras started rolling.”
Verb
Present participle for to discuss or have a conversation with another
“Let's go somewhere quiet so we can talk.”
Verb
Present participle for to make a (usually formal and extended) speech on a subject
“The headmaster would often talk at school assemblies about the need for students to behave themselves.”
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Present participle for to reveal secret or confidential information
“His primary henchman was under arrest and Paolo feared that he would talk.”
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Present participle for to spread rumor or gossip
“She's the bride-to-be who's got the whole country talking about her cold feet.”
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Present participle for to say or give voice to
“You're talking a lot of nonsense.”
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(talk of or about) Present participle for to make mention of
“I don't want to talk about how horrible my date was last night.”
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(talk into) Present participle for to persuade someone
“William, could you talk your brother Harry into joining us for dinner?”
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