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Synonyms for chat
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English Synonyms and Antonyms

  1. chat

    Most of these words are onomatopoetic. The cackle of a hen, the gabble of a goose, the chatter of a magpie, the babble of a running stream, as applied to human speech, indicate a rapid succession of what are to the listener meaningless sounds. Blab and blurt (commonly blurt out) refer to the letting out of what the lips can no longer keep in; blab, of a secret; blurt out, of passionate feeling. To chat is to talk in an easy, pleasant way, not without sense, but without special purpose. Chatting is the practise of adults, prattling that of children. To prate is to talk idly, presumptuously, or foolishly, but not necessarily incoherently. To jabber is to utter a rapid succession of unintelligible sounds, generally more noisy than chattering. To gossip is to talk of petty personal matters, as for pastime or mischief. To twaddle is to talk feeble nonsense. To murmur is to utter suppressed or even inarticulate sounds, suggesting the notes of a dove, or the sound of a running stream, and is used figuratively of the half suppressed utterances of affection or pity, or of complaint, resentment, etc. Compare SPEAK.

    Synonyms:
    babble, blab, blurt, blurt out, cackle, chatter, gabble, gossip, jabber, murmur, palaver, prate, prattle, tattle, twaddle

    Preposition:
    Babies babble for the moon; the crowd babbles of a hero; the sick man babbles of home.

Princeton's WordNet

  1. chat, confab, confabulation, schmooze, schmoose(noun)

    an informal conversation

    Synonyms:
    confabulation, schmooze, schmoose, confab

  2. New World chat, chat(noun)

    birds having a chattering call

    Synonyms:
    confabulation, schmoose, confab, schmooze

  3. Old World chat, chat(verb)

    songbirds having a chattering call

    Synonyms:
    confabulation, schmoose, confab, schmooze

  4. chew the fat, shoot the breeze, chat, confabulate, confab, chitchat, chit-chat, chatter, chaffer, natter, gossip, jaw, claver, visit(verb)

    talk socially without exchanging too much information

    "the men were sitting in the cafe and shooting the breeze"

    Synonyms:
    bawl out, chitchat, chide, yack, call down, masticate, bring down, huckster, shoot the breeze, twaddle, inspect, consult, impose, take to task, gossip, prattle, call on the carpet, inflict, reproof, manducate, call in, lambaste, palaver, jaw, higgle, claver, tittle-tattle, lambast, maunder, see, haggle, chew out, remonstrate, call, tattle, have words, berate, rebuke, natter, travel to, trounce, visit, dress down, confab, chit-chat, chew up, gibber, click, blab, reprimand, rattle on, piffle, scold, confabulate, confer, chew the fat, dish the dirt, yap away, chew, prate, rag, chatter, yack away, chaffer, lecture, gabble, blabber, clack

Dictionary of English Synonymes

  1. chat(v. n.)

    Synonyms:
    prattle, chatter, prate, babble, gossip, confabulate, talk freely, have a free and easy talk

  2. chat(n.)

    Synonyms:
    prattle, prate, gossip, confabulation, chit-chat, easy conversation, free and easy talk

Synonyms, Antonyms & Associated Words

  1. chat(n)

    Synonyms:
    confabulation, talk, conversation, causerie, confab

Concise Medical Dictionary, by Joseph C Segen, MD

  1. chat

    Synonyms:
    Khat, see there, Catha edulis

  2. CHAT

    Synonyms:
    choline O-acetyltransferase, OTTHUMP00000019583, Choline acetylase, OTTHUMP00000019584, EC 2.3.1.6, acetyl CoA:choline O-acetyltransferase, CMS1A2, CHOACTase, choline acetyltransferase, ChAT, CHOACTASE, EC 2.3.1, CMS1A

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US English
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British
Karen
Australian
Veena
Indian

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How to use chat in a sentence?

  1. Jenna Fischer:

    As we close in on the 15th anniversary of the show, it seemed like a great time to share our stories and behind-the-scenes trivia with fans, besides talking about' The Office,' you can also hear us chat a little about our lives, our Target runs together, our friendship through the years.

  2. Janine Lutz:

    I had no idea it was that bad, that’s really lighting a fire under my butt to work harder. The Veterans Crisis Line provides 24/7 support to veterans in distress, as well as concerned friends and family members. Staffers are available by phone at 800-273-8255 (Press 1), online at VeteransCrisisLine.net/Chat, and via text at 838255. The volume of phone calls the Crisis Line receives is staggering. The VA told Fox News that since October 31, 2017, the Veterans Crisis Line has fielded approximately 222,000 calls from veterans who are having thoughts of suicide. That is in addition to the 49,000 calls from family members or friends who are concerned about a veteran who is considering suicide. That breaks down to nearly 950 calls from veterans (or nearly 40 calls per hour) every day since Halloween, and more than 200 calls a day from friends and family. Lutz, who li ves in Florida, is affectionately referred to by many in the veterans' community as.

  3. Charles de LEUSSE:

    Cat would be god for elephant, if it ate mouse in front. (Chat serait dieu de l'éléphant, - S'il mangeait la souris devant.)

  4. Gonzalo Acuna:

    I play them a little bit of music, I chat with them and we try to have a nice time together. It fills my heart and it makes them happy.

  5. Martin Lau:

    (The) traditional way of advertising, investing money in order to attract users overseas, is coming to an end, the effectiveness is actually not as good, and to some extent in a lot of overseas markets, their mobile chat apps (are) already pretty dominant.

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Translations for chat

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  • محادثة, دردشةArabic
  • söhbətAzerbaijani
  • бъбря, чатя, чат, разговарямBulgarian
  • xat, xerrarCatalan, Valencian
  • povídatCzech
  • chatte, snakke, sludreDanish
  • unterhalten, schwatzen, Chat, chatten, Geplauder, Schmätzer, Gespräch, klönen, Schwatz, plaudernGerman
  • ψιλοκουβεντιάζω, τηλεσυνδιάσκεψη, τηλεσυνδιασκέπτομαι, κουβεντούλα, ικτερίς, ψιλοκουβέντα, συνομιλώGreek
  • chat, platicar, charla, charlarSpanish
  • گپ زدن, گپيدن, گپPersian
  • tsättäillä, lörpötellä, keskustelu, turista, jutella, rupattelu, horista, rupatella, chatti, juttelu, rikastusjäte, chatata, puhella, tsättiFinnish
  • placoter, bavarder, jaserFrench
  • seanchasScottish Gaelic
  • ꌧꈿNuosu
  • chiacchieraItalian
  • チャット, おしゃべりJapanese
  • fabulorLatin
  • sembang, bualMalay
  • tpaċpiċMaltese
  • chat, gesprek, babbelen, geklets, kletspraat, chatten, kletsen, gebabbel, tapuit, babbelDutch
  • samtaleNorwegian Nynorsk
  • prat, chat, chatte, samtaleNorwegian
  • conversar, bate-papo, papear, conversa, bater papo, chat, papoPortuguese
  • чатиться, разговаривать, чат, чекан, болтовня, болтатьRussian
  • samtal, konversation, snacka, konversera, chatta, tjatt, snack, prata, tjatta, småprat, småprataSwedish
  • คุยกันThai
  • sohbet, kasavan, konuşmaTurkish

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