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talk·er

 (tô′kər)
n.
One who talks, especially a loquacious or garrulous person.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.talker - someone who expresses in languagetalker - someone who expresses in language; someone who talks (especially someone who delivers a public speech or someone especially garrulous); "the speaker at commencement"; "an utterer of useful maxims"
alliterator - a speaker or writer who makes use of alliteration
articulator - someone who pronounces words
caller-up, phoner, telephoner, caller - the person initiating a telephone call; "there were so many callers that he finally disconnected the telephone"
babbler, chatterer, prater, spouter, chatterbox, magpie - an obnoxious and foolish and loquacious talker
conversationalist, conversationist, schmoozer - someone skilled at conversation
dictator - a speaker who dictates to a secretary or a recording machine
drawler - someone who speaks with a drawl
driveller, jabberer - someone whose talk is trivial drivel
ejaculator - a speaker who utters a sudden exclamation
growler - a speaker whose voice sounds like a growl
asker, enquirer, inquirer, querier, questioner - someone who asks a question
lecturer - someone who lectures professionally
lisper - a speaker who lisps
mentioner - a speaker who refers to something briefly or incidentally
motormouth - someone who talks incessantly; "I wish that motormouth would shut up"
mumbler, murmurer, mutterer - a person who speaks softly and indistinctly
narrator, storyteller, teller - someone who tells a story
orator, public speaker, rhetorician, speechifier, speechmaker - a person who delivers a speech or oration
prattler - someone who speaks in a childish way
ranter, raver - someone who rants and raves; speaks in a violent or loud manner
reciter - someone who recites from memory
native speaker - a speaker of a particular language who has spoken that language since earliest childhood; "native speakers of French"
stammerer, stutterer - someone who speaks with involuntary pauses and repetitions
stentor - a speaker with an unusually loud voice
talking head - a talker on television who talks directly into the cameras and whose upper body is all that is shown on the screen
venter - a speaker who expresses or gives vent to a personal opinion or grievance
vociferator - a loud and vehement speaker (usually in protest)
voicer - a speaker who voices an opinion
wailer - a mourner who utters long loud high-pitched cries
whisperer - one who speaks in a whisper
witness, witnesser, informant - someone who sees an event and reports what happened

talker

noun speaker, lecturer, orator, conversationalist, chatterbox, speechmaker She was a fluent talker.

talker

noun
Translations

talker

[ˈtɔːkəʳ] Nhablador(a) m/f
to be a good talkerhablar con soltura, tener una conversación amena
I'm not much of a talkerno soy buen conversador
he's just a talkerse le va la fuerza por la boca

talker

[ˈtɔːkər] n
to be a good talker (= good conversationalist) → savoir s'exprimer, bien parler
He's not much of a talker → Il ne parle pas beaucoup.
She's a great talker (= very talkative) → Elle parle beaucoup.talking book nlivre m audiotalking point nsujet m de discussiontalking-to [ˈtɔːkɪŋtuː] nsavon m
to give sb a good talking-to → passer un savon à qntalk show ntalk-show mtalk time n (on mobile phone)temps f de communication
autonomie f

talker

nRedner(in) m(f); the parrot was a good talkerder Papagei konnte gut sprechen; he’s just a talkerer ist ein Schwätzer m

talker

[ˈtɔːkəʳ] nparlatore/trice (pej) → chiacchierone/a
References in classic literature ?
Besides, the Widow Steavens is a good talker, and she has a remarkable memory.
He was a live man and a brisk talker, and had two journeymen and three apprentices, and was doing a raging business.
But this was not an easy thing to do, for Strickland was not a fluent talker.
Thorpe, however, had one great advantage as a talker, over Mrs.
And if the temperance and justice of him who commands is different from his who, though a freeman, is under command, it is evident that the virtues of a good citizen cannot be the same as justice, for instance but must be of a different species in these two different situations, as the temperance and courage of a man and a woman are different from each other; for a man would appear a coward who had only that courage which would be graceful in a woman, and a woman would be thought a talker who should take as large a part in the conversation as would become a man of consequence.
She was a great talker upon little matters, which exactly suited Mr.
Jennings could supply to her the conversation she missed; although the latter was an everlasting talker, and from the first had regarded her with a kindness which ensured her a large share of her discourse.
Daughtry nodded, and thereupon ensued a loud-voiced discussion that drew Michael's earnest attention from one talker to the other.
He was a grave, quiet sort of person, and (unlike the other one) not much of a talker.
Never, perhaps, since the great Sam had held his court had such a talker been heard.
She was always a great talker and yet she was the first of our family to get married.
As for talkers and futile persons, they are commonly vain and credulous withal.