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loquacious

adjective uk   /ləˈkweɪ.ʃəs/  us   /loʊˈkweɪ-/ formal
Someone who is loquacious talks a lot.
loquaciously
adverb uk   us   /-li/
Translations of “loquacious”
in Chinese (Traditional) 健談的,話多的…
in Russian болтливый…
in Turkish konuşkan, çenebaz…
in Chinese (Simplified) 健谈的,话多的…
in Polish gadatliwy…
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