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Definition of “chat” - Learner’s Dictionary

chat

verb [I]     /tʃæt/ ( present participle chatting, past tense and past participle chatted)
TALK
A2 to talk with someone in a friendly and informal way: I wanted to chat to you about the party on Saturday.Ways of talking
COMPUTING
to have a conversation with other people on the Internet, when you write down what you want to say, and can see immediately what other people are writing
Internet terminology and abbreviations
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