chinwag

chinwag

(ˈtʃɪnˌwæɡ)
n
informal Brit a chat or gossipy conversation

chin′wag`

or chin′-wag`,



v. -wagged, -wag•ging,
n. Slang. v.i.
1. to chat idly; gossip.
n.
2. an idle chat; gossiping.
[1875–80]
Translations

chinwag

[ˈtʃɪnwæg] N to have a chinwagcharlar, darle al palique

chinwag

[ˈtʃɪnwæg] n (British) to have a chinwag → tailler une bavette

chinwag

n (Brit inf) → Schwatz m (inf)

chinwag

[ˈtʃɪnˌwæg] n (Brit) (fam) to have a chinwagfare una chiacchierata
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Emma Kovaleski, head of corporate fundraising at the charity said: "We are thrilled to be hosting our first ever Charity Chinwag at Crossley Gallery this September.
I love tea so much and any excuse to make a good cuppa and have a chinwag is not to be missed.
Seven-year-old Danielle Mann presented the duchess with flowers and was delighted when Kate took the time to have a chinwag.
Dining is a time for socialising and being together - whether it's a grand dinner party, Sunday lunch or a simple teatime chinwag with the kids.
At work he was the ultimate professional and I enjoyed having a good chinwag in Welsh with him, especially at the expense of our English colleagues.
As anyone will tell you, stress, tiredness, anxiety, problems - they can all be resolved with a chinwag over a cup of char.
The event is organised by Chinwag for UK Trade and Investment and aims to enable digital companies to expand into overseas markets and attract investment outside the UK.
John might be frustrated to hear that one Birmingham Mail hack was invited onto the Rev's tour bus for a private chinwag with the main man.
They have now retired and look forward to popping down to the club for a chinwag, to watch football, etc, and have a pint and a smoke with their fellow members.
Expect Manchester United's turbulent trip to Brazil to hog a large chunk of the chinwag, although refereeing ricks are also certain to be discussed with equal intensity.
I could always have a good chinwag with him and the kids would always sit still for him when having their hair cut (even when he did pinch their sweets).
I told him that, while Joan is undoubtedly a marvel, wasn't PS10,000 a bit much for a chinwag about the big Eight-O?