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  • 1 talk - speak — Speak and talk have very similar meanings, but there are some differences in the ways in which they are used. When you mention that someone is using his or her voice to produce words, you usually say that they are speaking. He hadn t looked at me …

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  • 2 talk — I n. address, lecture 1) to give a talk 2) a pep; sales talk 3) a talk about, on (she gave an interesting talk on bringing up children) conversation chatter 4) to have a talk (with) 5) blunt, plain; idle, small; loose; table talk 6) a long talk… …

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  • 3 talk at — phrasal : to speak to (a person) urgently or unremittingly goes into company not to contradict but to talk at you William Hazlitt whenever she could get me into a corner, she talked at me Gladys Schmitt * * * talk at 1. To address remarks to… …

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  • 4 Talk 'N Text Tropang Texters — Joined PBA 1990 History Pepsi Hotshots 1990 1992 7 Up Uncolas 1992 1993 Pepsi Mega Bottl …

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  • 5 Talk to Me (Peaches song) — Talk to Me Single by Peaches from the album I Feel Cream Released April 27, 2009 …

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  • 6 talk the talk — to say that you will do things Sure, she talks the talk, but can she walk the walk? [=she says that she will do things, but will she actually do them?] • • • Main Entry: ↑talk talk the talk see ↑talk, 1 • • • Main Entry: ↑talk * * * ˌtalk t …

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  • 7 Talk of the Devil — Talk of the Devil …

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  • 8 Talk to Me (NYC) — Talk To Me is a cultural phenomenon first observed in New York City. In 2002, Bill Wetzel and Liz Barry started hanging out in lawn chairs on New York City street corners with a sign that said Talk To Me . What surprised many was that the couple… …

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  • 9 talk (someone) into (something) — to persuade someone to do something. It was pretty hard to talk the kids into going to the dance, but they did go and had a great time. She talked the boss into buying new computers by saying we could work faster with them. Opposite of: talk… …

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  • 10 them — 1. see they. 2. Use of them as a demonstrative pronoun and adjective is non standard or dialectal in current English: • Them s my sentiments E. M. Forster, 1924 • I didn t know much about planes in them days P. McCabe, 1992. they, them, their… …

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  • 11 talk down to someone — talk down to (someone) to speak to someone as if they were too young or stupid to understand something. I think of old people just as I think of myself, so I don t talk down to them …

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  • 12 talk down to — (someone) to speak to someone as if they were too young or stupid to understand something. I think of old people just as I think of myself, so I don t talk down to them …

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  • 13 talk up something — talk up (something) to support something enthusiastically. His job is to talk up new bands and get them gigs. She talked the idea up with as many friends and colleagues as she could …

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  • 14 talk up — (something) to support something enthusiastically. His job is to talk up new bands and get them gigs. She talked the idea up with as many friends and colleagues as she could …

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  • 15 talk-you-down — talkˈ you down noun An apparatus by means of which instructions are given to aircraft pilots to help them to land • • • Main Entry: ↑talk …

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  • 16 talk somebody round (to something) — ˌtalk sb ˈround (to sth) derived (BrE) to persuade sb to accept sth or agree to sth • We finally managed to talk them round to our way of thinking. Main entry: ↑talkderived …

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  • 17 talk radio — talk ,radio noun uncount AMERICAN radio programs in which the HOSTS discuss subjects with people who telephone them during the program …

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  • 18 talk someone/something up — (or down) discuss someone or something in a way that makes them seem more (or less) interesting or attractive …

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  • 19 talk somebody up — ˌtalk sb/sth ˈup derived to describe sb/sth in a way that makes them sound better than they really are • They talked up the tourist attractions to encourage more visitors. Main entry: ↑talkderived …

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  • 20 talk something up — ˌtalk sb/sth ˈup derived to describe sb/sth in a way that makes them sound better than they really are • They talked up the tourist attractions to encourage more visitors. Main entry: ↑talkderived …

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