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chat
tʃæt
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English Definition
(名) As a noun
  1. Songbirds having a chattering call.
  2. Birds having a chattering call.
  3. An informal conversation.
(动) As a verb
  1. Talk socially without exchanging too much information.
Hyphenationchat
Part of Speech(名) noun, (动) verb
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畅谈chàngtánto chat; a long talk; verbose; to talk freely to one's heart's content
liáoto chat; to depend upon (literary); temporarily; just; slightly
to narrate; to chat; abbr. for Syria 叙利亚
lào, láoto gossip; to chat (dialect)
对谈duìtánto talk with somebody (face to face); discussion; talk; chat
拉扯lāchěto drag; to pull; to raise a child (through difficulties); to help; to support; to drag in; to chat
tàn(non-classical form) (same as ) to talk; to converse; to chat
吹牛chuīniúto talk big; to shoot off one's mouth; to chat (dialect)
chěto pull; to tear; (of cloth, thread etc) to buy; to chat; to gossip; (coll.) (Tw) ridiculous; hokey
交谈jiāotánto discuss; to converse; chat; discussion
tánto speak; to talk; to converse; to chat; to discuss; (Chinese surname)
to pull; to play (a bowed instrument); to drag; to draw; to chat
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