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Meanings of Talker:

noun

A person who speaks or converses, often in a specified way.

Usage examples:

A fast talker with an encyclopedic mind

Talkers

ˈtɔː.kər

Meanings of Talkers:

noun

A person who speaks or converses, often in a specified way.

Usage examples:

A fast talker with an encyclopedic mind

Meanings of Talkfest:

noun

A session of lengthy discussion or conversation, especially a television chat show or debate.

Usage examples:

It seems unlikely that any new visions about how to fight racism globally will emerge, but a talkfe…

Talkie

ˈtɔːki

Meanings of Talkie:

noun

A film with a soundtrack, as distinct from a silent film.

Usage examples:

One of the most beloved actors of the silent screen and early talkies

Talkiest

ˈtɔː.ki

Meanings of Talkiest:

adjective

(of a film, play, novel, etc.) containing a great deal of talk or dialogue.

Usage examples:

Viewers expecting a thriller may find the film talky and slow

Talking

tɔːk

Meanings of Talking:

adjective

Engaging in speech.

Usage examples:

The best part of the movie are the ents - big, talking trees.
noun

The action of talking; speech or discussion.

Usage examples:

I'll do the talking—you just back me up
verb

Speak in order to give information or express ideas or feelings; converse or communicate by spoken words.

Usage examples:

The two men talked

Talking head

ˌtɔː.kɪŋ ˈhed

Meanings of Talking head:

idiom

A talker on television who talks directly into the cameras and whose upper body is all that is shown on the screen

noun

A presenter or reporter on television who addresses the camera and is viewed in close-up.

Usage examples:

The party election broadcast consisted largely of talking heads

Meanings of Talking shop:

noun

An organization or a place where discussion is the main activity, but no decisions or actions are taken

Usage examples:

The forum could end up as just another talking shop, with no firm programme or financial backing be…

Talking to

ˈtɔː.kɪŋ.tuː

Meanings of Talking to:

collocation

A lengthy rebuke

noun

A sharp reprimand in which someone is told that they have done wrong.

Usage examples:

They gave peter a talking-to about solving problems with words, not fists

Meanings of Talking-back:

phrasal verb

To answer someone in a rude way

Usage examples:

Don’t talk back to your teacher.

Meanings of Talking-point:

noun

Something that people are interested in and want to talk about

Usage examples:

Global oil prices were a major talking point amongst investors., candidates are normally very reluc…

Talks

tɔːk

Meanings of Talks:

verb

Speak in order to give information or express ideas or feelings; converse or communicate by spoken words.

Usage examples:

The two men talked
noun

Communication by spoken words; conversation or discussion.

Usage examples:

There was a slight but noticeable lull in the talk
phrase

Serious and formal discussions on an important subject, usually intended to produce decisions or agreements

Usage examples:

Talks were held about talks were held in madrid about the fuel crisis., in talks they were in talks…

Talky

ˈtɔː.ki

Meanings of Talky:

adjective

(of a film, play, novel, etc.) containing a great deal of talk or dialogue.

Usage examples:

Viewers expecting a thriller may find the film talky and slow

Tall

tɔːl

Meanings of Tall:

adjective

Of great or more than average height, especially (with reference to an object) relative to width.

Usage examples:

A tall, broad-shouldered man

Tall-story

ˌtɔːl ˈstɔː.ri

Meanings of Tall-story:

noun

A story or fact that is difficult to believe

Usage examples:

After dinner she told me a tall story about her pet.

Tall-tale

ˌtɔːl ˈteɪl

Meanings of Tall-tale:

noun

A story that may or may not be true, but that contains details that are hard to believe

Meanings of Tallage:

noun

A form of arbitrary taxation levied by kings on the towns and lands of the crown, abolished in the 14th century.

Usage examples:

There were recurrent scutages (payments for the commutation of military service) and tallages (arbi…

Meanings of Tallages:

noun

A form of arbitrary taxation levied by kings on the towns and lands of the crown, abolished in the 14th century.

Usage examples:

There were recurrent scutages (payments for the commutation of military service) and tallages (arbi…

Meanings of Tallahassee:

proper noun

The state capital of florida; population 171,922 (est. 2008).

Meanings of Tallboy:

noun

A tall chest of drawers, typically one mounted on legs and in two sections, one standing on the other.

Usage examples:

Maggie, i think, is curled up in the third drawer down of the tallboy.

Meanings of Tallboys:

noun

A tall chest of drawers, typically one mounted on legs and in two sections, one standing on the other.

Usage examples:

Maggie, i think, is curled up in the third drawer down of the tallboy.

Taller

tɔːl

Meanings of Taller:

adjective

Of great or more than average height, especially (with reference to an object) relative to width.

Usage examples:

A tall, broad-shouldered man

Tallest

tɔːl

Meanings of Tallest:

adjective

Of great or more than average height, especially (with reference to an object) relative to width.

Usage examples:

A tall, broad-shouldered man

Meanings of Tallied:

verb

Agree or correspond.

Usage examples:

Their signatures should tally with their names on the register
noun

A current score or amount.

Usage examples:

That takes his tally to 10 goals in 10 games

Meanings of Tallies:

noun

A current score or amount.

Usage examples:

That takes his tally to 10 goals in 10 games
verb

Agree or correspond.

Usage examples:

Their signatures should tally with their names on the register

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