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Spanish translation of “talk”

talk

noun
a lecture
conferencia
The doctor gave us a talk on family health.
gossip
comentario, chismorreo, cotilleo
Her behaviour/behavior causes a lot of talk among the neighbours/neighbors.
useless discussion; statements of things a person says he will do but which will never actually be done
palabra(s), palabreo, palabrería, charlatanería
There’s too much talk and not enough action.
(Definition of talk from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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