double talk


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double talk

n.
1. Meaningless speech that consists of nonsense syllables mixed with intelligible words; gibberish.
2. Deliberately ambiguous or evasive language. Also called doublespeak.

double talk

n
1. rapid speech with a mixture of nonsense syllables and real words; gibberish
2. empty, deceptive, or ambiguous talk, esp by politicians
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.double talk - deliberately unintelligible gibberish
gibber, gibberish - unintelligible talking

double talk

noun
2. Unintelligible or nonsensical talk or language:
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double talk

[ˈdʌblˌtɔːk] ndiscorsi mpl ambigui
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