例句1. I was talking to a friend who lives in the next town’
例句2. you’re talking rubbish’
例句3. the music was quieter in here, and they were able to talk’
例句4. for all the love that he felt for her, and she him, they had never talked of marriage’
例句5. I was able to talk English’
Rec: recreational (sports, hobbies, the arts , and other fun endeavors) soc: Social newsgroups new: Topics having to do with net news itself misc : Miscellaneous topics that don’t fit any where else. talk : long arguments, frequently political.
Well, I won’t talk to the manager.
Don’t talk to me about that fellow.
Don’t talk to me like that!
Don’t always indulge in empty talk .
People who cannot speak can talk by using signs.
Don’t interrupt your father in his talk .
Don’t talk about others behind their backs.
Don’t talk irresponsibly if you don’t know the inside story.
He was forbidden to talk to her.
Who but a fool like him would talk through his hat.
Daddy was trembling with anxiety as to how the talk would go.
Watch what you say when you talk to the general.
A child learns to talk .
During talk among good friends, nothing should be concealed.
The talk proceeded in a friendly atmosphere.
And gradually their talk ceased; long silence followed.
She outlined the main points of the talk .
She stooped down to talk to the child.
She wished she could talk things out with him.
She delivered a talk on philosophy to the society.
Don’t talk about business while we’re dining.
But I’m anxious to talk to him.
A tape-recorder will reproduce your talk .
There isn’t time to talk in detail.
That long talk healed many of differences.
That speech was divorced from reality and was mere paper talk .
The fact that bank was robbed has become the talk of the town in recent days.
The Salesman drew a long breath and started his talk .
Well, I feel rather disinclined to talk about the accident.
talk above someone’s head
1.A current subject of widespread gossip or speculation in (a particular place)
‘within days I was the _talk_ of the town’
‘By the time I heard, the rumour had been the _talk_ of the school for close to 20 minutes.’
2.A period of conversation or discussion, especially a relatively serious one.
‘my mother had a _talk_ with Louis’
‘He was having a serious _talk_ with his mother as soon as all this was over.’
3.An informal address or lecture.
‘a thirty-minute illustrated _talk_ ’
‘a _talk_ on a day in the life of an actor’
4.Communication by spoken words; conversation or discussion.
‘there was a slight but noticeable lull in the _talk_ ’
‘There was _talk_ of the weather, the crops, some gossip and scandal, some hunting and fishing news.’
5.Empty promises or boasting.
‘he’s all _talk_ ’
‘If it is unable to do this, then all _talk_ about independent public opinion is just empty _talk_ .’
6.Formal discussions or negotiations over a period.
‘peace _talks_ ’
‘Norway has indicated it has suspended formal involvement in the _talks_ , adding to the pressure on the prime minister and the president to end the political stalemate.’
7.Rumour, gossip, or speculation.
‘there is _talk_ of an armistice’
‘Then, as now, there was _talk_ of a major financial collapse.’
1.Discuss personal or intimate feelings.
‘we need to _talk_ , Maggie’
‘It’s been so long since we _talked_ that you can feel the distance between us.’
‘you’ll have the whole school _talking_ ’
‘He always was a big name here in New York, but now the whole country’s _talking_ about him.’
3.Have formal dealings or discussions; negotiate.
‘they won’t _talk_ to the regime that killed their families’
‘We want them to _talk_ to each other in addition to their governments _talking_ .’
4.Have the power of speech.
‘he can _talk_ as well as you or I can’
‘He _talks_ , but his speech has not developed at the rate it should.’
5.Persuade or cause (someone) to do something by talking.
‘keep on walking and _talk_ your way out of it’
‘The lady who owns the shop _talks_ me into buying an ice cream.’
6.Reveal secret or confidential information.
‘dead men can’t _talk_ ’
‘Some _talked_ and sold their secrets for their lives.’
7.Speak in order to give information or express ideas or feelings; converse or communicate by spoken words.
‘the two men _talked_ ’
‘we’d sit and _talk_ about jazz’
8.Use (a particular language) in speech.
‘we were _talking_ German’
‘A candidate who can _talk_ English in an Americanised accent will be the most favoured choice of these companies.’
9.Used to emphasize the seriousness, importance, or extent of the thing one is discussing.
‘we’re _talking_ big money’
‘We’re _talking_ six whole movies here that could provide a veritable dissertation on horror films.’
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