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garrulous

adjective /ˈɡӕrələs/
fond of talking
gárrulo, parlanchín, hablador, locuaz
a garrulous old man.
garrulously adverb
gárrulamente, parlanchinamente, locuazmente
garrulity /-ˈruː-/ noun
garrulidad, locuacidad
garrulousness noun
garrulidad, locuacidad
(Definition of garrulous from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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