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Žodžio paaiškinimas anglų kalba:
- verb-transitive: To articulate (words): The baby is talking sentences now.
- verb-transitive: To give expression to in words: talk treason.
- verb-transitive: To speak of or discuss (something): talk music; talk business;
- verb-transitive: To speak or know how to speak in (an idiom or language): talked French with the flight crew.
- verb-transitive: To gain, influence, or bring into a specified state by talking: talked me into coming; talked their way out of trouble.
- verb-transitive: To spend (a period of time) by or as if by talking: talked the evening away.
- verb-intransitive: To converse by means of spoken language: We talked for hours. See Synonyms at
- verb-intransitive: To articulate words: The baby can talk.
- verb-intransitive: To imitate the sounds of human speech: The parrot talks.
- verb-intransitive: To express one's thoughts or emotions by means of spoken language: talked about the pros and cons of the issue.
- verb-intransitive: To convey one's thoughts in a way other than by spoken words: talk with one's hands.
- verb-intransitive: To express one's thoughts in writing: Voltaire talks about London in this book.
- verb-intransitive: To parley or negotiate with someone: Let's talk before continuing to fight.
- verb-intransitive: To spread rumors; gossip: If you do that, people will talk.
- verb-intransitive: To allude to something: Are you talking about last week?
- verb-intransitive: To consult or confer with someone: I talked with the doctor.
- verb-intransitive: To reveal information concerning oneself or others, especially under pressure: Has the prisoner talked?
- verb-intransitive: Informal To be efficacious: Money talks.
- noun: An exchange of ideas or opinions; a conversation.
- noun: A speech or lecture.
- noun: Hearsay, rumor, or speculation: There is talk of bankruptcy.
- noun: A subject of conversation: a musical that is the talk of the town.
- noun: A conference or negotiation. Often used in the plural: peace talks.
- noun: Jargon; slang: prison talk.
- noun: Empty speech or unnecessary discussion: much talk and no action.
- noun: A particular manner of speech: baby talk; honeyed talk.
- noun: Something, such as the sounds of animals, felt to resemble human talk: whale talk.
- phrasal-verb: talk around To persuade: I talked them around to my point of view.
- phrasal-verb: talk around To speak indirectly about: talked around the subject but never got to the point.
- phrasal-verb: talk at To address orally with no regard for or interest in a reaction or response.
- phrasal-verb: talk back To make an impertinent or insolent reply.
- phrasal-verb: talk back To make a belligerent response: heavy guns talking back.
- phrasal-verb: talk down To depreciate: talked down the importance of the move.
- phrasal-verb: talk down To speak with insulting condescension: talked down to her subordinates.
- phrasal-verb: talk down To silence (a person), especially by speaking in a loud and domineering manner.
- phrasal-verb: talk down To direct and control (the flight of an aircraft during an approach for landing) by radioed instructions either from the ground or a nearby aircraft.
- phrasal-verb: talk out To discuss (a matter) exhaustively: I talked out the problem with a therapist.
- phrasal-verb: talk out To resolve or settle by discussion.
- phrasal-verb: talk out Chiefly British To block (proposed legislation) by filibustering.
- phrasal-verb: talk over To consider thoroughly in conversation; discuss: talked the matter over.
- phrasal-verb: talk over To win (someone) over by persuasion: talked them over to our side.
- phrasal-verb: talk up To speak in favor of; promote: talked the candidate up; talked up the new product.
- phrasal-verb: talk up To speak up in a frank, often insolent manner.
- idiom: talk big Informal To brag.
- idiom: talk sense To speak rationally and coherently.
- to talk big girti(s)
- to talk tall perdėti
- small talktuščios kalbos
- all talk and no cidertriukšmo daug
- o naudos maža