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Chinese (Simplified) translation of “chat”

chat

verb [I]
 
 
/tʃæt/ (-tt-)
to talk to someone in a friendly informal way
闲谈,聊天,闲聊
She spends hours on the phone chatting to her friends.
她会花上几个小时跟朋友电话聊天。
We were just chatting about what we did last weekend.
我们正在聊上个周末做了些什么。
Whenever I walk in, I always find the two of them chatting away (= talking eagerly).
每次我走进去都会发现他俩正聊得起劲。
Informal talking and conversation
to take part in a discussion with someone on the Internet
(在因特网上)聊天
Internet terminology and abbreviations
(Definition of chat verb from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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