Yackety-yak - definition of yackety-yak by The Free Dictionary
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Prolonged, sometimes senseless talk.
slang noisy, continuous, and trivial talk or conversation. Sometimes shortened to: yak
[of imitative origin]
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It's probably a good thing for us,'' Brian Shaw said of the yackety-yak
Forever after he referred to her as "Madame Yackety-Yak
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