chew the fat


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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.chew the fat - talk socially without exchanging too much informationchew the fat - talk socially without exchanging too much information; "the men were sitting in the cafe and shooting the breeze"
converse, discourse - carry on a conversation
jawbone, schmoose, schmooze, shmoose, shmooze - talk idly or casually and in a friendly way
Translations
discuter le bout de gras
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The gig is just beforeNewcastle'sfinal home match of the season against championship chasing Liverpool so it's an appropriate time to chew the fat.
The gig is just before Newcastle's final home match of the season against championship chasing Liverpool so it is an appropriate time to chew the fat.
"Actually, to have a get together and chew the fat and properly get to talk and not feel scarred by it is refreshing and, I hope, it's dead after this."
To have a get-together and chew the fat, and properly get to talk and not feel scared by it is refreshing.
Royal Blue Review is set to become a regular part of the ECHO's post-game analysis as we chew the fat over the big Everton issues.
Then we'd chew the fat about family and Gazette matters.
But NFU Cymru President Stephen James, said: "The Royal Welsh Show is the first time that the industry in its entirety will have gathered together to chew the fat on the referendum result.
Quick, get us a part-time job on the tills at Twilight star Robert Pattinson's local so we can chew the fat over a loaf of bread.
The charismatic host will once again chew the fat with stars from stage, screen, TV and sports.
Sydney, Dec 3 ( ANI ): Australian fast bowling coach Craig McDermott welcomed bowlers to his Brisbane home before the Gabba Ashes Test to chew the fat and chew on some sizzling beef, and this could be a reason for the nation's success in the first Ashes Test.
Happy to chew the fat. Have the trick of making you feel like a regular by saying 'Same again?' down to a tee.