talk verb translate English to Turkish: Cambridge Dictionary
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Translation of "talk" - English-Turkish dictionary

talk

verb
 
 
/tɔːk/
SAY [I] A1 to say things to someone
konuşmak
We were just talking about Simon's new girlfriend. It was nice talking to you. US It was nice talking with you.Saying and utteringSaying again
DISCUSS [I] B2 to discuss something with someone, often to try to find a solution to a disagreement
görüşmek, tartışmak
The two sides have agreed to talk.Debate and discussion
talk about sth/doing sth to think about or make plans to do something in the future
gelecekle ilgili planlar yapmak; detayıyla düşünmek
They're talking about building a new fire station just up the road.Planning, expecting and arrangingPlotting and trapping
talk business/politics, etc to discuss a particular subject
iş/siyaset vs. Konuşmak
I don't like to talk business over lunch.Debate and discussion
talking of sth UK ( US speaking of sth) used when you are going to start talking about something that is related to what has just been said
...dan/den söz açılmışken
Talking of holidays, did you hear about Lesley's skiing trip? →  See also speak/talk of the devil Topics and areas of interest
(Definition of talk verb from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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