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chat·ty

 (chăt′ē)
adj. chat·ti·er, chat·ti·est
1. Inclined to chat; friendly and talkative.
2. Full of or in the style of light informal talk: a chatty letter.

chat′ti·ly adv.
chat′ti·ness n.

chatty

(ˈtʃætɪ)
adj, -tier or -tiest
1. full of trivial conversation; talkative
2. informal and friendly; gossipy: a chatty letter.
ˈchattily adv
ˈchattiness n

chat•ty

(ˈtʃæt i)

adj. -ti•er, -ti•est.
1. characterized by a friendly, informal conversational style: a long, chatty letter.
2. given to chatting.
[1755–65]
chat′ti•ly, adv.
chat′ti•ness, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.chatty - full of trivial conversation; "kept from her housework by gabby neighbors"
voluble - marked by a ready flow of speech; "she is an extremely voluble young woman who engages in soliloquies not conversations"
2.chatty - prone to friendly informal communication
communicatory, communicative - able or tending to communicate; "was a communicative person and quickly told all she knew"- W.M.Thackeray

chatty

adjective talkative, informal, effusive, garrulous, gabby (informal), gossipy, newsy (informal) She's quite a chatty person.
quiet, silent, taciturn

chatty

adjective
1. Given to conversation:
Slang: gabby.
2. In the style of conversation:
Translations
مُؤانِس، وَدودمُحِبٌّ للحَديث
hovornýpřátelskýupovídaný
causerendeuformel
puheliassuulas
beszédescsevegõcsevegőfecsegő
í léttum dúrskrafhreyfinn
gevezekonuşkansamimisohbet eder gibi

chatty

[ˈtʃætɪ] ADJ (chattier (compar) (chattiest (superl))) [person] → hablador; [letter] → afectuoso y lleno de noticias; [style] → informal

chatty

[ˈtʃæti] adj
[style] → familier/ière
[person] → bavard(e)chat-up line [ˌtʃætʌpˈlaɪn] n (British)
That's his usual chat-up line → C'est son entrée en matière habituelle pour draguer.

chatty

adj (+er) persongeschwätzig, schwatzhaft; written in a chatty styleim Plauderton geschrieben

chatty

[ˈtʃætɪ] adj (person) → ciarliero/a; (style) → familiare

chat

(tʃӕt) past tense past participle ˈchatted verb
to talk in a friendly and informal way. They chatted about the weather.
noun
(a) friendly and informal talk. a chat over coffee; women's chat.
ˈchatty adjective
1. fond of chatting. a chatty old lady.
2. having a friendly style. a chatty letter.
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