German translation of 'talkative'
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Example Sentences Including 'talkative'
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You've been less talkative recently.BLACK KNIGHTS: On the Bloody Road to Baghdad (2003)
A talkative friend is lucky for you.The Sun (2010)
By helping him to relax, he will hopefully become more talkative.The Sun (2011)
Change in demeanour: A worker who is less talkative or involved in their job may be harbouring an issue.The Sun (2013)
Luck is linked to your talkative friend.The Sun (2011)
Luck links you with your most talkative friend.The Sun (2013)
He was standing under the apple tree, and the talkative little man called Bernard was stumbling down the hillside towards him.CHARMED LIFE (1977)
Some become more talkative than usual, others quieter.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
He was less talkative yesterday, refusing to comment as he left court before being led into a taxi by his family.The Sun (2013)
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Used Occasionally. talkative is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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'talkative' in Other Languages
British English: talkative /ˈtɔːkətɪv/ ADJECTIVE
Someone who is talkative talks a lot.
He suddenly became very talkative, his face slightly flushed, his eyes much brighter.
- American English: talkative
- Arabic: ثَرْثَار
- Brazilian Portuguese: tagarela
- Chinese: 爱说话的
- Croatian: govorljiv
- Czech: upovídaný
- Danish: snakkesalig
- Dutch: praatgraag
- European Spanish: conversador
- Finnish: puhelias
- French: bavard
- German: gesprächig
- Greek: ομιλητικός
- Italian: loquace
- Japanese: 話好きな
- Korean: 말이 많은
- Norwegian: pratsom
- Polish: rozmowny
- European Portuguese: tagarela
- Romanian: vorbăreț
- Russian: разговорчивый
- Spanish: conversador
- Swedish: pratsam
- Thai: ช่างพูด
- Turkish: konuşkan
- Ukrainian: балакучий
- Vietnamese: hay nói
Translation of talkative from the Collins English to German Dictionary