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English definition of “the gift of the gab”

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the gift of the gab

UK ( US the gift of gab) informal
the ability to speak easily and confidently in a way that makes people want to listen to you and believe you: She's got the gift of the gab - she should work in sales and marketing.
Translations of “the gift of the gab”
in Chinese (Traditional) 能言善道, 口才, 辯才…
in Chinese (Simplified) 能说会道, 口才, 辩才…
(Definition of the gift of the gab from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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