Translation of chat in Spanish:
- to have a chat with somebodyit's time we had a serious chatcharlar or hablar or (especially Latin America) conversar or (Central America) (Mexico) platicar con alguienI'll have a chat with him about his behaviores hora de que hablemos seriamentehablaré con él or le hablaré sobre su comportamientoExample sentences
- There have been many similar wine-fuelled conversations, conspiratorial chats over coffee, or long-winded email dialogues.
- How do they like to communicate - by e-mail, voicemail or an informal chat when you drop by their office?
- Last week you were having cosy, informal chats in their office, now you're getting the brush-off whenever you try to instigate a meeting.
intransitive verb -tt-
- 1.1 (talk) See examples:to chat (
too withsomebody)1.2 (on Internet) See examples: to chat (charlar or hablar or (especially Latin America) conversar or (Central America) (Mexico) platicar ( conalguien) toor with) somebodyExample sentences
- The giant woman sat with them for a while, bartering and chatting in a friendly and motherly way.
- Minutes before he arrived, Charlotte had been sober, and was chatting to her friend.
- At home she likes it cosy: snuggling up on a sofa with a book, chatting to friends.
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