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talk (n):
the act of giving a talk to an audience
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I attended an interesting talk on local history
talk (n):
idle gossip or rumor
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there has been talk about you lately
talk (n):
an exchange of ideas via conversation
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let's have more work and less talk around here
Related Words: ing
talk (n):
discussion; (`talk about' is a less formal alternative for `discussion of')
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his poetry contains much talk about love and anger
talk (n):
a speech that is open to the public
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he attended a lecture on telecommunications
Related Words: lecture
talk (v):
exchange thoughts; talk with
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We often talk business.
Actions talk louder than words

Related Words: speak
talk (v):
use language
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the baby talks already.
the prisoner won't speak.
they speak a strange dialect

Related Words: speak
talk (v):
divulge confidential information or secrets
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Be careful--his secretary talks
Related Words: blabsingtattle
talk (v):
express in speech
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She talks a lot of nonsense.
This depressed patient does not verbalize

Related Words: mouthspeakutterverbaliseverbalize
talk (v):
reveal information
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If you don't oblige me, I'll talk!
The former employee spilled all the details
talk (v):
deliver a lecture or talk
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She will talk at Rutgers next week.
Did you ever lecture at Harvard?

Related Words: lecture
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Enjoy Yourself While You Can

Tasayı bırak,Anı yaşa (enjoy yourself: keyfine bak.)
live without thinking about the future.


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