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jabber

verb [I or T] uk   /ˈdʒæb.ər/ us    // disapproving
to speak or say something quickly in a way that is difficult to understand: The train was full of people jabbering (away) into their mobile phones. He jabbered (out) something about an accident further down the road.
Translations of “jabber”
in Spanish farfullar…
in French bredouiller…
in German schwatzen…
in Chinese (Traditional) 急促而含混不清地說…
in Chinese (Simplified) 急促而含混不清地说…
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