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chat

noun

Synonyms and Antonyms of chat

  1. 1 friendly, informal conversation or an instance of this short chats between parents and teachers during the school's open house Synonyms of chat backchat, cackle, causerie, chatter, chin music, chin-wag [slang], chitchat, confab, confabulation, gab, gabfest, gossip, jangle, jaw, natter [chiefly British], palaver, patter, rap, schmooze, small talk, table talk, talk, tête-à-tête Words Related to chat colloquy, conference, discourse, parley, powwow, symposium; debate, dialogue (also dialog), exchange, give-and-take; crosstalk, happy talk; yak (also yack), yammer, yap

  2. 2 talking or a talk between two or more people a fireside chat between two of America's foremost men of letters Synonyms of chat conversation, colloquy, converse, dialogue (also dialog), discourse, discussion, exchangeWords Related to chat banter, chaff, cross fire, give-and-take, persiflage, raillery, repartee; conference, parley, powwow; babble, chatter, chin-wag [slang], chitchat, confabulation, gabfest, gossip, natter [chiefly British], palaver, prate, prattle, rap, small talk, table talk; round-robin, roundtable, symposium; debate, deliberation


chat

verb

Synonyms and Antonyms of chat

  1. 1 to engage in casual or rambling conversation the coffeehouse became the favored place to meet friends and chat for hours Synonyms of chat babble, blab, cackle, chaffer [British], chatter, chin [slang], converse, gab, gabble, gas, jabber, jaw, kibitz (also kibbitz), natter, palaver, patter, prate, prattle, rap, rattle, run on, schmooze (or shmooze), talk, twitter, visit Words Related to chat gossip, tattle; descant, discuss, expatiate; yak (also yack), yammer, yap Phrases blow smoke, chew the fat (also chew the rag), shoot the breeze, talk a blue streak

  2. 2 to speak rapidly, inarticulately, and usually unintelligibly lost in his own world, the toddler chatted happily for hours Synonyms of chat bumble, babble, chatter, drivel, drool, gabble, gibber, jabber, prattle, sputterWords Related to chat blabber, blather, bleat, blither, gab, jangle, jaw, patter, prate, rattle, run on, smatter, tittle-tattle, troll, yak (also yack); chunter [British], maunder, mouth, mumble, murmur, mutter; stammer, stutter; screech, shout, shriekNear Antonyms of chat articulate, enunciate, pronounce



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