chatverb [ I ]uk /tʃæt/ us /tʃæt/ -tt-
We were just chatting about what we did last weekend. 我們正在聊上個週末做了些甚麼。
- I'd love to stop and chat but I'm rather pressed for time.
- We were just walking along, chatting.
- Half an hour later, she was smiling and chatting as if nothing had happened.
- We spent a very jolly evening together, chatting and drinking.
- He soon nosed out the details of the accident by chatting innocently to people and making some phone calls.
chatnoun [ C or U ]uk /tʃæt/ us /tʃæt/
Why don't you give me a call and we'll have a chat? 為甚麼你不給我打個電話，我們好好聊一聊呢？
- I'll come by your house one day this week and we can have a chat.
- We had a real girlie chat.
- I was just passing by , so I thought I'd drop in for a chat.
- Our little chat has raised my spirits .
- She's always on the run and never has time for a chat.