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chat

verb /tʃӕt/ ( past tense, past participle chatted)
to talk in a friendly and informal way
charlar, hablar
They chatted about the weather.
chatty adjective ( comparative chattier, superlative chattiest) fond of chatting
hablador, parlanchín
a chatty old lady.
having a friendly style a chatty letter.
chatroom noun (computing) a place on the Internet where people can take part in real-time discussions, usually about a particular topic
Sala de Chat
We want everyone to enjoy using the chatrooms so we have guidelines that must be respected by all.
chat show noun (British ) a television or radio show in which famous people are asked questions about their life and work; talk show (American)
Programa de Entrevistas
She hosts a chat show that is broadcast on Saturday evenings.
(Definition of chat from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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