Definition of blabber in English:

blabber

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Pronunciation: /ˈblabə
 
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informal

verb

[no object]
Talk foolishly, indiscreetly, or excessively: she blabbered on and on
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  • How can you understand what he's blabbering about unless you remember the point from before?
  • He is 2 months from turning two, and he's already blabbering away like a toddler.
  • Go for this drive and I guarantee you will be blabbering about it for at least five days.

noun

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1A person who blabbers: the blabber wastes his own time, and the listener’s time
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  • See, the fact is that this talk show host and his fellow blabbers say this kind of stuff all the time.
  • Last night, the news show blabber suggested that the powerfully moving hug between the government official and the mother of the fallen Marine, was staged.
  • Rick, the wonderful little blabber he is, had told his new friends about the swimming hole.
1.1 [mass noun] Foolish, indiscreet, or excessive talk: the obsequious blabber of her servants
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  • Forget about all the psychotic blabber and idiosyncratic ramblings about visions in his head.
  • I think I prefer to shift through information first and take my time to think about what I write - lest all that raw, reactive blabber does nothing but add to the noise.
  • Enough blabber - my point is, we're looking for new people.

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