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English definition of “talk sth out”

talk sth out

verb [I] uk phrasal verb with talk   /tɔːk/ us    /tɑːk/
to discuss something such as a problem or plan completely in order to find a solution or an agreement: If you two don't talk out the differences between you, it'll be very difficult for you to continue working together.
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