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Fparler WTalk
  • Le Talk est une émission de Fun Radio ; Le Talk Orange - Le Figaro, une émission internet politique ; Talk, logiciel de communication en mode graphique ; Google Talk, logiciel propriétaire et service de messagerie instantanée et de voix sur IP basé sur Jabber ;
  • NomPLtalks
    1. A conversation or discussion; usually serious, but informal.
      1. All this was extraordinarily distasteful to Churchill. [ …] Never before had he felt such repulsion when the vicar displayed his characteristic bluntness or coarseness of speech. In the present connexion—or rather as a transition from the subject that started their conversation—such talk had been distressingly out of place.
    2. A lecture.
      1. There's a talk about Shakespeare on tonight. ‎
    3. (preceded by the) A major topic of social discussion.
      1. She is the talk of the day.   The musical is the talk of the town. ‎
    4. (not preceded by an article) Empty boasting, promises or claims.
      1. The party leader's speech was all talk. ‎
    5. Meeting to discuss a particular matter.
      1. The leaders of the G8 nations are currently in talks over nuclear weapons.
  • VerbeSGtalksPRtalkingPT, PPtalked
    1. VT To communicate, usually by means of speech.
      1. VT INF To discuss.
        1. They sat down to talk business.   We're not talking rocket science here: it should be easy. ‎
      2. VI SLA To confess, especially implicating others.
        1. Suppose he talks?   She can be relied upon not to talk.   They tried to make me talk. ‎
      3. VI To criticize someone for something of which one is guilty oneself.
        1. I am not the one to talk.   She is a fine one to talk.   You should talk.   Look who's talking. ‎
      4. VI To gossip; to create scandal.
        1. “ [ …]  They talk of you as if you were Croesus—and I expect the beggars sponge on you unconscionably.” And Vickers launched forth into a tirade very different from his platform utterances. He spoke with extreme contempt of the dense stupidity exhibited on all occasions by the working classes.
    2. Plus d'exemples
      1. Utilisé au milieu de la phrase
        • Television tore up the entire pea patch. Radio was so big, so dominant, so powerful in 1939 that television seemed mostly talk and conjecture.
        • he spoke of his uncle with warm regard, was fond of talking of him  [ …] .
        • I don't think he was very happy with my work, so I'm going to talk to him and try to mend fences.
      2. Utilisé au début de la phrase
        • Talk with those here who vainly seek work, who suffer daily the humiliation of emptyhandedness.
        • Talking to him for a few minutes, it was clear he hadn't the faintest what to do.
        • Talking of backfire, frontfire or whatever, John Carroll can give it both barrels, and simultaneously.
      3. Utilisé dans la fin de la phrase
        • “We imagine that the Russians and the Chinese are going to play slowball here,” said a senior official involved in the sanctions talks.
        • If they would hire me for a dog-robber (a low menial), I would do it for a dime a day," he muttered, " just for the chance to hear them talk.
        • She considered him a pig as he invariably stared at her bosom when they talked.

    Meaning of talk for the defined word.

    Grammaticalement, ce mot "talk" est un nom, plus spécifiquement, un noms dénombrable. C'est aussi un verbe, plus spécifiquement, un verbes intransitif et un verbes transitif.
    • Partie du discours Hiérarchie
      1. Noms
        • Noms Dénombrable
        • Verbes
          • Verbes intransitifs
            • Verbes transitifs
          Difficulté: Niveau 1
          Facile     ➨     Difficile
          Définition: Niveau 9
          Précis    ➨     Polyvalent
          Liens Connexes:
          1. en talking
          2. en talked
          3. en talks
          4. en talkative
          5. en talker