Definición de jabber en inglés:

jabber

Saltos de línea: jab¦ber
Pronunciación: /ˈdʒabə
 
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verbo

[no object]
Talk in a rapid, excited, and often incomprehensible way: he jabbered on about football
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Big Bill is so desperate for attention these days that he might actually show up, and then you'd have a hard time getting rid of him as he jabbered on into the wee hours while your other guests stifle yawns and sneak peeks at their watches.
  • He jabbers, raves, and gestures to no one, in contradiction to the more subdued Hamlet of productions such as the 2000 Ethan Hawke film version.
  • Your neighbor may spend the whole flight jabbering on their mobile.
Sinónimos
prattle, babble, chatter, twitter, prate, gabble, go on, run on, rattle on/away, yap, jibber-jabber, patter, blather, maunder, ramble, drivel, blab; talk rapidly, talk incoherently, talk unintelligibly
British informal witter, rabbit, chunter, natter, waffle
Scottish & Irish informal slabber
Australian/New Zealand informal mag
archaic twaddle, clack, twattle

sustantivo

[mass noun] Volver al principio  
Rapid, excited, and often incomprehensible speech.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Now, if you're going to fight me, stop the jibber jabber and let's get started!
  • Some of the Kagan / Lewis conversation about bloggers consisted, for the most part, of often incomprehensible jabber like this.
  • Demetrius is frustrated with Hermia's jabber and constant chatter and tells her he did nothing of the sort.
Sinónimos
prattle, babble, chatter, chattering, twitter, twittering, prating, gabble, jibber-jabber, patter, blather, rambling, twaddle, drivel; rapid talk, unintelligible talk
British informal wittering, rabbiting, nattering, waffle, waffling
Australian/New Zealand informal mag
archaic clack, twattle

Origen

late 15th century: imitative.

Derivativos

jabberer

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