לְדַבֵּר, לְשׂוֹחֵחַ, לְהֵדָבֵּר, לְמַלֵל, לָסִיחַשִׂיחָה, הַרצָאָה, שִׂיחַ, דִבּוּר, מֶלֶל, דִבּוּב, אֲמִירָה
Noun(1) an exchange of ideas via conversation(2) discussion; (`talk about' is a less formal alternative for `discussion of'(3) the act of giving a talk to an audience(4) a speech that is open to the public(5) idle gossip or rumor
Verb(1) exchange thoughts; talk with(2) express in speech(3) use language(4) reveal information(5) divulge confidential information or secrets(6) deliver a lecture or talk
(1) I can't talk at the moment(2) women's talk(3) Discourse is defined as talk and texts which are studied as social practice.(4) we need to talk, Maggie(5) He was having a serious talk with his mother as soon as all this was over.(6) When I get home I speak to my wife and we don't talk about football.(7) The new editor has instead upped news content and there is talk of launching a News Review section.(8) he can talk as well as you or I can(9) It could have become a little new-age preachy, with talk of enzymes and vitamins enhancing your well-being.(10) there's talk that ...(11) There has been a lot of talk regarding low fan attendance at the convention.(12) Guild members found the talk very informative and extend thanks to Ann for her time and interest.(13) we need more than just talk(14) he's all talk(15) But the Government says talk of collisions and delays is simply scaremongering.(16) In movies like this, a picture is worth a thousand words, and less talk would have been welcome.
(1) talk about :: לדבר על
(2) to talk :: לדבר
(3) talk show :: טוק שואו
(4) talk to :: לדבר ל
(5) small talk :: שיחת חולין
(6) talk over :: לדון
(7) talk back :: מתחצף
(8) talk dirty :: לְנַבֵּל אֵת הַפֶּה
(9) talk with :: דבר עם
(10) talk into :: לדבר אל
1. chatter ::
2. conversation ::
4. lecture ::
5. gossip ::
7. speech ::
8. public lecture ::
9. talk of the town ::
11. speak ::
12. utter ::
13. converse ::
14. mention ::
16. confess ::
17. gossip ::
18. lecture ::
19. spill ::
talk, talkative, talked, talker, talkers, talkies, talking, talks, talky
Word Example from TV Shows
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I think we should TALK.
The Big Bang Theory Season 8, Episode 24
Well, I don't like to TALK about it.
The Big Bang Theory Season 8, Episode 4
Mm, the nurse is a woman,
so he couldn't TALK to her.
The Big Bang Theory Season 6, Episode 3
Have you guys seen
this feature that lets you TALK to Siri
The Big Bang Theory Season 9, Episode 9
we'll TALK about your mother.
Game of Thrones Season 1, Episode 2
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