Definition of talkback in English:

talkback

Line breaks: talk|back
Pronunciation: /ˈtɔːkbak
 
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noun

1A system of two-way communication by loudspeaker.
More example sentences
  • I noticed, however, that the vocalist was not wearing headphones, so I hit the talkback and asked her if she wanted cans.
2 another term for phone-in. a talkback show
More example sentences
  • One critical issue in the rise of talkback was the change in the regulatory conditions covering commercial radio that removed the requirement to have news and current affairs.
  • But is talkback radio news, or current affairs?
  • Eoin Cameron's 14.9 per cent share of breakfast talkback re-establishes him firmly as the number one presenter in the talk market, and number two overall.

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