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chitchat (ˈtʃɪtˌtʃæt



  1. talk of a gossipy nature



-chats -chatting or -chatted
  1. (intransitive) to gossip

Example Sentences Including 'chitchat'

I stood in the doorway for a moment, gathering my energy for polite chitchat.
Wood, Ted Fools Gold
There was a few moments ' silence and then he said, `Sorry, I'm not very good at social chitchat either really -- better with hamsters.
Sue Welfare FALLEN WOMEN (2002)
They don't want no idle chitchat , nor jukeboxes, nor darts, snooker, fruit machines or bloody pub quizzes, nor nothing along those lines.
Christina Jones TICKLED PINK (2002)


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