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the gift of the gab

UK (US the gift of gab) informal
the ability to speak easily and confidently in a way that makes people want to listen to you and believe you: She's got the gift of the gab - she should work in sales and marketing.
(Definition of the gift of the gab from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “the gift of the gab”
in Chinese (Simplified) 能说会道, 口才, 辩才…
in Chinese (Traditional) 能言善道, 口才, 辯才…
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