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chatline

(ˈtʃætˌlaɪn)
n
(Telecommunications) a telephone service enabling callers to join in general conversation with each other
Translations

chatline

[ˈtʃætlaɪn] n numéro d'appel qui permet de converser simultanément avec plusieurs personneschat room n (on the Internet)forum m de discussionchat show n (British)talk-show m

chatline

[ˈtʃætˌlaɪn] nchatline f inv
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If you're a middle aged sex addict bored with ringing granny chatlines, an ex-KKK man who resigned because they weren't holding enough lynching parties, or a parent who wants to show their child that it's not just radical Muslim preachers who spew out dangerous videos which attempt to brainwash the thick, the poor and the deluded with fanatical, hate-filled bull.
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Internal reports say staff at Co-operative Funeralcare mixed up bodies, called adult chatlines and faced accusations of stealing from the dead.
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Police said she was a regular user of the telephone chatlines and had been introduced to a man in his 30s this way.