Textual thesaurus for "talk"

(noun) talking

an exchange of ideas via conversation

let's have more work and less talk around here

(noun) talk of the town

idle gossip or rumor

there has been talk about you lately

(noun) lecture, public lecture

a speech that is open to the public

he attended a lecture on telecommunications

(verb) lecture

deliver a lecture or talk

She will talk at Rutgers next week; Did you ever lecture at Harvard?

(verb) let the cat out of the bag, peach, tattle, blab, blab out, babble, babble out, spill the beans, sing

divulge confidential information or secrets

Be careful--his secretary talks

(verb) speak, verbalise, verbalize, utter, mouth

express in speech

She talks a lot of nonsense; This depressed patient does not verbalize

(verb) spill

reveal information

If you don't oblige me, I'll talk!; The former employee spilled all the details

(verb) speak

exchange thoughts; talk with

We often talk business; Actions talk louder than words

(verb) speak

use language

the baby talks already; the prisoner won't speak; they speak a strange dialect