jibber-jabber


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jibber-jabber

n
foolish or worthless talk; nonsense
vb
to talk foolishly; babble
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The CFFL smooths out signals by filtering out jibber-jabber at X and Y so that the Z has only two states: high (on) or low (off).
As he said himself: "Some fool wants to pay me PS500 to talk jibber-jabber, I'll take his money."
Let's see if the present government succeedsLet me soften the blow before I move on to hype created by the jibber-jabber on 100,000 job visas to Pakistani labourers.
Time spent on jibber-jabber could be better utilised on getting to the next wallet.
"You hear all the jibber-jabber going on that everybody's saying, but we're here to win every game, compete and play within the team.
Over the past three decades Jeremy Corbyn and McDonnell have, to my knowledge, created no jobs and generated only jibber-jabber and lots of hot air.
Or take the assistant coach in college who, bizarrely, ordered him out of a walk-in meeting where he'd come to apply for the football team: "He started talking this jibber-jabber and saying 'What are you doing here?
This album has some obscure Charles Manson jibber-jabber samples.
The most interesting things can get lost in the middle of long paragraphs of government jibber-jabber that send ordinary humans to Dreamland.
My poor producer has to listen back to my jibber-jabber for four shows to prove I hadn't yelled 'GREAT LUCIFER' three times and 'clear' my name.
"The book's most volatile charge is that given another Hitler, sporting the same nationalistic jibber-jabber, Germans would be just as quick to embrace him as they were in the 1930s....