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abuse to talk to or about in an insulting or unfair way. [1/6 definitions]
address a formal speech or talk. [1/6 definitions]
affable pleasant to talk to and be with; friendly; likeable.
at ease a standing position in the military. When at ease, soldiers may relax but must stay in place and cannot talk.
babble to talk foolishly or for no reason; chatter. [1/5 definitions]
bargain to talk over the terms of a sale, purchase, or exchange; negotiate. [1/3 definitions]
boast to talk with too much pride; brag. [1/3 definitions]
brainstorm to find ways of solving problems by having members of a group talk freely about their ideas. [1/2 definitions]
chat to talk in a friendly or easy manner. [1/2 definitions]
conversation talk between people.
converse1 to have a talk.
could used in present or future time to talk about some action or state that is possible but not certain; often used in polite requests or offers. [1/2 definitions]
dialogue a talk between two or more people or between characters in a play, film, or novel.
discuss to talk together about. [1/2 definitions]
drone2 to talk in a boring voice without changing one's tone. [1/3 definitions]
eavesdrop to listen to other people talk without letting them know.
family room a large room in which a family gets together to relax, talk, or play games.
following something that comes next in a talk or piece of writing (always used with "the"). [1/4 definitions]
gossip tales or talk about the personal lives and secrets of others when they are not present. [1/3 definitions]
joke to talk or act so as to make people laugh; jest. [2/3 definitions]
lecture a talk given in front of an audience. [1/4 definitions]