Definition of loose tongue in English:

loose tongue

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noun

A tendency to speak indiscreetly.
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  • The 25-year-old appears keen to foster an impression that he has largely kicked the habit of seeking out the country life, a pastime revealed by the loose tongue of fellow Belgian international and former team-mate.
  • Those left unscathed by his loose tongue will hardly be inclined to trust him.
  • His loose tongue started to get him into trouble right away.

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