Definition of 'chat show'
Example sentences containing 'chat show'
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The hardest thing was constantly having to read about my rubbish chat show. The Sun (2010)Chat shows exist because people have product to flog. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Some people have mixed feelings about the chat show duo's powerful influence. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Now an after dinner speaker and radio chat show host in Manchester. The Sun (2011)Q How do you feel about hosting a chat show? The Sun (2010)He is now in talks with ITV about hosting a chat show. The Sun (2007)
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Used Rarely. chat show is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'chat show'
British English: chat show /tʃæt ʃəʊ/ NOUN
A chat show is a television or radio show in which an interviewer and his or her guests talk in a friendly, informal way about different topics.
- American English: talk show
- Arabic: بَرْنامَج حِوَارِيّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: programa de entrevistas
- Chinese: 访谈节目
- Croatian: chat show
- Czech: beseda rozhlasová
- Danish: talkshow
- Dutch: praatprogramma
- European Spanish: programa de entrevistas
- Finnish: keskusteluohjelma
- French: émission de débat
- German: Talkshow
- Greek: εκμπομπή τοκσόου
- Italian: talk show
- Japanese: トークショー
- Korean: 토크쇼
- Norwegian: prateprogram
- Polish: talk show
- European Portuguese: programa de entrevistas
- Romanian: emisiune de divertisment
- Russian: разговорное шоу
- Spanish: programa de entrevistas
- Swedish: pratshow
- Thai: รายการทีวีที่มีการพูดคุยกับแขกรับเชิญ
- Turkish: sohbet programı
- Ukrainian: ток-шоу
- Vietnamese: chương trình phỏng vấn khách mời
Definition of chat show from the Collins English Dictionary
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