gabble away


w>gabble away

vi (geese, people)drauflosschnattern (inf)
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He just doesn't say anything, he just looks at you with those steely blue eyes and it must be terrifying, whereas I gabble away - I always want to fill the silence."
No such troubles this week, although the years roll back as we stand up for the first race only for the commentator's microphone to fail, leaving Derek Thompson to gabble away to himself with the rest of us none the wiser.
'Them four just gabble away in Jock,' jokes Owen as he heads back to the set.