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talk

verb [I]     /tɔːk/ US  /tɑːk/
to say words aloud; to speak to someone 講話,談話;談論 We were just talking about Simon's new girlfriend. 我們剛才在談論賽門的新女友。 My little girl has just started to talk. 我的小女兒剛開始說話。 She talks to her mother on the phone every week. 她每週都跟母親通電話。 Informal talking and conversation
talk business/politics, etc.
to discuss a particular subject 談論正事/政治等 Whenever they're together, they talk politics. 他們一在一起就談論政治。 Debate and discussion
(Definition of talk verb from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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