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Meaning of “talk” - Learner’s Dictionary

talk

noun     /tɔːk/
CONVERSATION [C]
B1 a conversation between two people, often about a particular subject: I had a long talk with Chris at the weekend about going to university.Informal talking and conversation
PEOPLE [U]
a situation in which people talk about what might happen or be true: There's been some talk of possible job losses. There's been a lot of talk about green issues lately.Informal talking and conversationGossip and rumour
TO A GROUP [C]
B2 an occasion when someone speaks to a group of people about a particular subject: Someone's coming to the school to give a talk about road safety.Lecturing and addressing
→  See also small talk , be all talk (and no action)
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