kibbitz


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kib·bitz

 (kĭb′ĭts)
intr.v.
Variant of kibitz.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.kibbitz - make unwanted and intrusive comments
comment, point out, remark, notice - make or write a comment on; "he commented the paper of his colleague"
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And they hope they will not lose the post-retirement advisor freebie positions that are part of what they feel they have worked their lives to get - the no-work paid position where they get a chauffeured limousine, and are privy to information so they can kibbitz (complain) about decisions while taking no responsibility.
Learn the difference between a schlemiel and a mensch or when to kvetch rather than kibbitz and find out why a lot of Sol Meyer customers leave the place feeling downright schmaltzy.
In celebration of Jewish American Heritage Month, Reiner opens up to Moment about going from serious actor to seriously entertaining, his favorite current comedians and television shows, and what he and Mel Brooks kibbitz about during their near-nightly dinners.
So reporters run with that distance: they crack wise, they kibbitz in the back, they play up their detachment.
If some of those competitors are acquaintances, it's a good opportunity to kibbitz on new product ideas.
As the PC boomed, bulletin board systems gave phreakers unprecedented ability to kibbitz with each other, but it would never last.
My daughter and I especially like two-player cooperative games, such as Baldur's Gate or Champions of Norrath, but we are also happy to kibbitz.
The argot and choreography of the pickpocket or "the whiz" do not penetrate the dull senses of upright citizens; as one grifter puts it to a reporter, "We can kibbitz right there in front of the sucker and he don't even notice.
Still, Manger softens this stark social commentary with this kibbitz spoken by Abraham: