Synonyms of chat in English:

chat

noun

  • I popped into Gill's house for a chat
    talk, conversation, gossip, chatter, chitter-chatter, heart-to-heart, tête-à-tête, powwow, blether, blather; conference, discussion, dialogue, exchange; Indianadda
    informal jaw, gas, confab, gabber
    British informal natter, chinwag, rabbit
    Scottish & Northern English informal crack
    North American informal rap, bull session, gabfest
    Australian informal convo
    rare colloquy
  • verb

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  • they sat and chatted with their guests
    talk, gossip, chatter, chitter-chatter, speak, converse, have a conversation, engage in conversation, tittle-tattle, prattle, jabber, jibber-jabber, babble, prate, go on, run on; communicate; Britishtalk nineteen to the dozen; Scottish & Irishslabber
    informal gas, have a confab, jaw, chew the rag, chew the fat, yap, yak, yackety-yak, yabber, gabber, yatter, yammer, powwow
    British informal natter, witter, rabbit, chunter, waffle, have a chinwag, chinwag
    North American informal shoot the breeze, shoot the bull, visit
    Australian/New Zealand informal mag
    formal confabulate
    archaic twaddle, twattle, clack, claver
  • Phrases

    chat someone up

    informal he cornered her in the canteen and tried to chat her upflirt withmake up tomake advances tomake overtures toromance informalcome on togive the come-on tomake (sheep's) eyes atbe all over datedmake love toset one's cap at

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