There are 2 translations of chatter in Spanish:

chatter1

Pronunciation: /ˈtʃætər; ˈtʃætə(r)/

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  • 1.1 [person] charlar, chacharear [familiar/colloquial], parlotear [familiar/colloquial], cotorrear [familiar/colloquial] she was chattering on o away estaba chachareando or parloteando [familiar/colloquial]
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    • There were a couple of students outside, playing a quick game, or chattering before school started, and she couched down, and watched them.
    • The door into the lobby opened again, the sound of voices chattering excitedly.
    • Water falls were alive with the crashing of water on rock, rivers trickled, birds sang, people chattered, lava boiled and fires crackled.
    1.2 [monkeys] parlotear; [birds] cotorrear 1.3 [machine guns/typewriters] tabletear; [sewing machine] traquetear his teeth are chattering le castañetean los dientes
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    • Around her, birds chattered happily to each other, and the early morning sounds of traffic could be faintly heard in the distance.
    • The monkey chattered fearfully and quickly jumped back into the midst of the tree leaves.
    • In the marshland may the fish and birds chatter.

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There are 2 translations of chatter in Spanish:

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