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fast-talk
Pronunciation: /ˈfæsttɔk/

transitive verb

  • [colloquial]to fast-talk somebody (into/out of something)she fast-talked him into buying it
    lo engatusó or lo embaucó para que lo comprara
    he fast-talked her out of her savings
    la engatusó or la embaucó y le sacó los ahorros
    Example sentences
    • The two fast-talking characters are gone but the lively hustle at Peel and Ste-Catherine lives on.
    • They are fast-talking agents who weasel monster contracts from owners for rookies who've quickly lost sight of just how lucky they are to have the opportunity to play in the NFL.
    • This slim fast-talking man is a whiz with an auction hammer.

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