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Noun
A (formal) discussion on a particular matter where opposing arguments are put forward in a systematic manner
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A conference or course of education for a group of people with a common interest
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Plural for an informal address or lecture
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“Matt's talk at that conference suggested that the key to success was having a long-term vision.”
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Plural for a period of conversation or discussion
“Mildred and I had a nice talk over some tea and crumpets.”
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Plural for formal discussions or negotiations over a period
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“He would obstruct the strike for weeks, before holding a secret talk with local authority employers.”
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Plural for language characteristic of a particular group or subject
“I couldn't understand any of that medical talk by the doctors. It was all Greek to me!”
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Plural for communication by spoken words
“There were many people at the party, all engaging in various levels of talk.”
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Plural for rumour, gossip, or speculation
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“Brian says that talk of collusion between the two parties has been around for some time.”
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Plural for the subject of discourse or discussion
“The talk between the politicians was of issues pertaining to national security.”
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Plural for an instance of information transfer, typically involving conversation or discourse
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Plural for long-winded talk with no real substance
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Plural for speech
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Plural for loud sounds emanating from lively human activity
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Plural for written, nonrhythmic literature
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Travelogues or travelogs
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Plural for the forming of a theory or conjecture without firm evidence
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Plural for a person or thing that is very popular or held in high regard by a particular group of people
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Plural for deception by use of trickery, quibbling, or subterfuge
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Plural for the way in which one conducts themselves relative to social norms
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Plural for a swaggering show of defiance or courage
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Plural for a chance to take part or succeed in something
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Plural for a false or exaggerated remark or story
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Plural for notice or comment
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To utter words using speech
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“You're talking a lot of nonsense.”
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To speak in order to give information or express ideas or feelings
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“Ron Burgundy would start to talk as soon as the cameras started rolling.”
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To discuss or have a conversation with another
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“Let's go somewhere quiet so we can talk.”
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To make (usually formal and extended) speech on a subject
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“The headmaster would often talk at school assemblies about the need for students to behave themselves.”
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Reveal secret or confidential information
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“His primary henchman was under arrest and Paolo feared that he would talk.”
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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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(talk of or about) To make mention of
“I don't want to talk about how horrible my date was last night.”
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(talk into) To persuade someone
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“William, could you talk your brother Harry into joining us for dinner?”
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To interact with or engage in communication
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Try to reach an agreement or compromise by discussion
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To be copious in argument or discussion, to descant
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To make (usually formal and extended) speech on a subject
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Connect with a specific group or individual
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To effectively force (someone) to do something
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To speak in a low or barely audible voice, especially in dissatisfaction or irritation
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Confess to be true or to be the case
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Ask questions and evaluate
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To make a short, sharp, high-pitched sound
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