natter


1nat·ter

intransitive verb \ˈna-tər\

: to talk about unimportant things for a long time

Full Definition of NATTER

:  chatter 2

Examples of NATTER

  1. If you ask about his grandchildren, he'll natter on about them for hours.
  2. She nattered about herself through our entire meal.

Origin of NATTER

probably imitative
First Known Use: 1942

Related to NATTER

2natter

noun

Definition of NATTER

chiefly British
:  idle talk or conversation :  chat

Examples of NATTER

  1. <a section of the park in which nannies like to gather for a relaxed natter>

First Known Use of NATTER

1943

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