chatter

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 [ˈtʃætər]


WordReference English Collocations © 2019

chatter

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
n
  1. a stream of [incessant, nonstop, endless] chatter
  2. Cut the chatter!
  3. less chatter and more [work, studying], (please)
  4. [cut, stop] your chatter and (get to work)
  5. [increased, decreased] internet chatter
  6. [monitor, bug, tap] internet chatter
  7. could hear the chatter of [birds, parrots, onlookers, students, children]
  8. the chatter of the [machines, printers, devices]
v
  1. chatter about [the day, work, nothing]
  2. are chattering to each other
  3. is chattering with her
  4. are chattering away
  5. his teeth were chattering
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