Übersetzung von “talk” — Englisch–Spanisch Wörterbuch


verb uk /tɔːk/ us /tɔk/

A1 to say things to someone

hablar, conversar
We were just talking about Simon’s new girlfriend.
I was just talking to Adam.

Phrasal Verb(s)

noun uk /tɔːk/ us /tɔk/

B1 a conversation about a particular subject

I had a long talk with Chris about going to university.

a speech to a group of people about a particular subject

She gave a talk about internet safety at the school.

(Übersetzung von “talk” aus dem Cambridge Englisch–Spanisch Wörterbuch © Cambridge University Press)


verb /toːk/

to speak; to have a conversation or discussion

We talked about it for hours
My parrot can talk (= imitate human speech).

to gossip

hablar, chismorrear
You can’t stay here – people will talk!

to talk about

hablar (de/sobre)
They spent the whole time talking philosophy.
talkative /ˈtoːkətiv/ adjective

talking a lot

a talkative person.
talking book noun

a book recorded on cassette or disc for blind people, for those with reading problems etc.

libro hablado/grabado (para ciegos)
talking head noun

a TV personality.

locutor, personaje célebre de la televisión
talking point noun

something to talk about; a subject, especially an interesting one

tema de conversación
Football is one of the main talking points in my workplace.
talk show noun

( American ) a television or radio programme on which ( usually famous) people talk to each other and are interviewed

programa de entrevistas
He presents a talk show on the radio.
talking-to noun

a talk given to someone in order to scold, criticize or blame them

reprimenda, rapapolvo; bronca (más fuerte)
I’ll give that child a good talking-to when he gets home!
talk back phrasal verb (often with to)

to answer rudely

contestar, replicar
Don’t talk back to me!
talk big

to talk as if one is very important; to boast

farolear, fanfarronear, darse humos
He’s always talking big about his job.
talk down to phrasal verb

to speak to (someone) as if he/she is much less important, clever etc

hablar con desprecio/superioridad; tratar como a un niño
Children dislike being talked down to.
talk (someone) into / out of (doing) phrasal verb

to persuade (someone) (not) to do (something)

persuadir; disuadir
He talked me into changing my job.
talk over phrasal verb

to discuss

discutir, hablar de/sobre
We talked over the whole idea.
talk round phrasal verb

to persuade

I managed to talk her round.

to talk about (something) for a long time without reaching the most important point

dar vueltas (a un tema, por ejemplo), hablar con rodeos
We talked round the question for hours.
talk sense/nonsense

to say sensible, or ridiculous, things

hablar sensatamente; decir tonterías
Don’t talk nonsense
I do wish you would talk sense.
talk shop

to talk about one’s work

hablar de trabajo
We agreed not to talk shop at the party.

(Übersetzung von “talk” aus dem PASSWORD English-Spanish Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)