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fast–talk

verb \ˈfas(t)-ˌtk\

: to influence or persuade (someone) by talking quickly in a confident and often dishonest way

Full Definition of FAST-TALK

transitive verb
:  to influence or persuade by fluent, facile, and usually deceptive or tricky talk <fast–talked him into buying a lemon>
fast–talk·er noun

First Known Use of FAST-TALK

1946

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