Definition of chat group in English:

chat group

Syllabification: chat group

noun

A group of people who communicate regularly via the Internet, usually in real time but also by e-mail.
More example sentences
  • The fans, who are members of a 175-strong e-mail chat group, have had pledges of £1,300 from all over the world.
  • Within a short time of the furore breaking in the British press, the letters to the editor pages and every curatorial email chat group was hard-wired into the controversy.
  • It is not a chat group, but a group where you'll get specific advice.

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