Sinónimos de talk en inglés:



  • 1 I was talking to a friend
    speak, chat, chatter, gossip, prattle, babble, rattle on, blather
    informal yak, gab, jaw, chew the fat, natter, rap
  • 2 you're talking garbage
    utter, speak, say, voice, express, articulate, pronounce, verbalize, vocalize
  • 3 they were able to talk in peace
    converse, communicate, speak, confer, consult; negotiate, parley
    informal have a confab, chew the fat, rap
    formal confabulate
  • 4 he talked of suicide
    mention, refer to, speak about, discuss
  • 5 he learned to talk Cree
    speak (in), talk in, communicate in, converse in, express oneself in; use
  • 6 nothing would make her talk
    confess, speak out, speak up, reveal all, tell tales, give the game away, open one's mouth
    informal come clean, blab, squeal, let the cat out of the bag, spill the beans, sing, rat
  • 7 the others will talk
    gossip, pass comment, make remarks; criticize
  • sustantivo

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  • 1 he was bored with all this talk
    chatter, gossip, prattle, jabbering, babbling, gabbling
    informal yakking, gabbing, nattering
  • 2 she needed a talk with Jim
    conversation, chat, discussion, tête-à-tête, heart-to-heart, dialogue, parley, powwow, consultation, conference, meeting
    informal confab, jaw, chitchat, gossip
    formal colloquy, confabulation
  • 3 (talks) peace talks
    negotiations, discussions; conference, summit, meeting, consultation, dialogue, symposium, seminar, conclave, parley; mediation, arbitration
    informal powwow
  • 4 she gave a talk on her travels
  • 5 there was talk of a takeover
    gossip, rumor, hearsay, tittle-tattle; news, report
  • 6 informal he's all talk
    boasting, bragging, idle talk, bombast, braggadocio
    informal hot air, mouth
  • 7 baby talk
    speech, language, slang, idiom, idiolect; words
    informal lingo, -ese
  • Frases

    talk back to

    nobody talks back to Mr. Lyndeanswer back (to)be impertinent tobe cheeky tobe rude tocontradictargue withdisagree with

    talk big

    talk down to

    he routinely talks down to womencondescend topatronizelook down one's nose atput down

    talk someone into something

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    Palabra del día flippant
    Pronunciación: ˈflɪp(ə)nt
    not showing a serious or respectful attitude