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fast-talk

verb [T] uk   /ˈfɑːst.tɔːk/ us    /ˈfæst.tɑːk/ mainly US disapproving
to persuade people with a lot of quick, clever, but usually dishonest talk: He fast-talked his way into a powerful job.
Translations of “fast-talk”
in Chinese (Traditional) 用花言巧語說服, 口若懸河地勸說…
in Chinese (Simplified) 花言巧语地说服, 口若悬河地劝说…
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