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natterverb [I]

uk   /ˈnæt.ər/  us   /ˈnæt̬.ɚ/ UK informal
to talk continuously for a long time without any particular purpose: Once he starts nattering you just can't stop him. My mother and her friends natter away on the phone all evening.
natter
noun [C] uk   us  
We had a long natter over coffee.
Translations of “natter”
in Arabic يُثرثِر…
in Korean 수다떨다…
in Malaysian celoteh…
in French jacasser…
in Turkish çene çalmak, gevezelik etmek, yarenlik etmek…
in Italian chiacchierare…
in Chinese (Traditional) (長時間地)嘮叨,閒聊…
in Russian болтать, трепаться…
in Polish trajkotać, paplać…
in Vietnamese nói ba hoa…
in Spanish charlar…
in Portuguese papear, bater um papo…
in Thai คุยไร้สาระ…
in German plaudern…
in Catalan xerrar…
in Japanese ぺちゃくちゃしゃべる…
in Indonesian mengobrol…
in Chinese (Simplified) (长时间地)唠叨,闲聊…
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