Definition of talk time in English:

talk time

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Pronunciation: /ˈtɔːk tʌɪm
 
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noun

[mass noun]
The time during which a mobile telephone is in use to handle calls, especially as a measure of the duration of the telephone’s battery: a battery that delivers 130 minutes of talktime
More example sentences
  • Batteries will usually last at least 100 hours on standby and give around two hours' talktime, but batteries that last for up to 15 days standby and ten hours talk-time are available.
  • The P910i has a published 13-hour talktime and 400 hours of standby time.
  • The FS258 also has a good battery life - its published specs are a maximum of 8 hours of talktime or 240 on standby.

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