An exchange of ideas via conversation:
— Let's have more work and less talk around here.
Dutch: conversatie, gesprek, samenspraak
Discussion; (`talk about' is a less formal alternative for `discussion of').
The act of giving a talk to an audience.
Polish: dialogowanie, mówienie, rozmawianie
A speech that is open to the public.
Dutch: lezing, voordracht, voorlezing
Idle gossip or rumor:
— There has been talk about you lately.
synonym: talk of the town.
Roget 588: conversation, interlocution; collocution†, colloquy, converse, confabulation, talk, discourse, verbal intercourse; oral communication, commerce; dialogue, duologue, trialogue. ... show more
Exchange thoughts; talk with:
— We often talk business.
— Actions talk louder than words.
Dutch: converseren, hebben, praten, spreken
Express in speech:
— She talks a lot of nonsense.
Roget 582: speak of; say, utter, pronounce, deliver, give utterance to; utter forth, pour forth; breathe, let fall, come out with; rap out, blurt out have on one's lips; have at the end of one's tongue, ... show more
— The baby talks already.
— If you don't oblige me, I'll talk!.
Divulge confidential information or secrets:
— Be careful--his secretary talks.
Dutch: bezingen, doorslaan, roddelen
Deliver a lecture or talk:
— She will talk at Rutgers next week.
Moby thesaurus: accent, accents, address, advertise, after-dinner speech, air, allocution, analyze, argot, assignment, babble, back-fence gossip, balderdash, balls, ballyhoo, bat the breeze, be in connection, be in contact, be indiscreet, be unguarded ... show more.
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