There are 2 translations of prattle in Spanish:

prattle1

Pronunciation: /ˈprætl/

vi

  • [adult] cotorrear [familiar/colloquial], chacharear [familiar/colloquial]; [child] balbucear he prattled on endlessly about his problems estuvo horas dale que te dale hablando de sus problemas [familiar/colloquial]
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    • Successive governments have prattled on at length about the importance of this for our economy and for our businesses.
    • I understand if you don't want an annoying chatterbox prattling away in your ear while you eat.
    • The automatic writing prattled on like this at length, interrupted by neither full stop nor comma and driven by a rhyme scheme that might politely be described as random but which did not seem especially Japanese in origin.

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There are 2 translations of prattle in Spanish:

prattle2

n

u
  • (of adult) cháchara (f) [familiar/colloquial]; (of child) balbuceo (m), parloteo (m) [familiar/colloquial]
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    • Now, you can't hold him responsible for the random prattle of his sibling…
    • Witness the Swedish academy's citation, which told us that the seventy-five-year-old playwright ‘uncovers the precipice under everyday prattle and forces entry into oppression's closed rooms’.
    • It goes along with prattle about ‘good corporate citizenship’, and the notion that particular corporations, like banks, have reputations which are determined by some kind of popularity polls.

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Word of the day patita
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Cultural fact of the day

Today is a public holiday in Peru (Día de la Independencia)