Definition of pep talk in English:

pep talk

Syllabification: pep talk

noun

informal
A talk intended to make someone feel more courageous or enthusiastic.
More example sentences
  • After the service, he rose to give the soldiers a pep talk and discuss the next morning's mission.
  • The Minister has never missed the chance to give a pep talk to the heads of district administration on development projects at such conferences.
  • The visit is seen locally as a preliminary pep talk for the Local Elections next year and he will endeavour to rally all the members for those elections.

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