Definición de talkative en inglés:

talkative

Saltos de línea: talk|ative
Pronunciación: /ˈtɔːkətɪv
 
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adjetivo

Fond of or given to talking: the talkative driver hadn’t stopped chatting
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • While travelling on the buses, I encountered a very talkative bus driver.
  • The mother was more talkative, the driver said, and had said how terrible it was to have to thumb home.
  • So, joining him in the suite are his taciturn driver and a talkative tailor named George.
Sinónimos
long-winded, wordy, verbose, profuse, prolix, rambling, gushing, effusive
informal gabby, mouthy, big-mouthed, with the gift of the gab, having kissed the blarney stone, yakking, gassy, talky
British informal able to talk the hind legs off a donkey
rare multiloquent, multiloquous

Derivativos

talkatively

adverbio
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • In England I behaved as confidently and talkatively as I felt like being on a given day.
  • Walking home from the pub had seemed like a fine idea an hour ago, when the alcohol was still making him feel warm and talkatively cheerful.
  • ‘Web of deception’ is written from the US perspective and is supported, richly and talkatively, with cases, stories and examples from that country.

talkativeness

sustantivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The precocious talkativeness is a major attribute of the boy, who is known by the name of his class rather than a real proper name.
  • It is Risma's talkativeness and maternal instincts that Suhartono appreciates most about her.
  • It takes a lot of chutzpah to accept and admit one's weaknesses, if talkativeness is one.

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