Definition of 'talk show'
Example sentences containing 'talk show'
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Guests began to appear on talk shows and talked about their fictional worlds. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Luck will begin with a call to a radio talk show. The Sun (2012)Luck links you with a radio talk show. The Sun (2009)Maybe that is why people watch talk shows that emphasise problems. The Sun (2013)A call to a radio talk show goes well. The Sun (2008)I like people who are good at talk shows. The Sun (2013)Host a talk show about Big Brother? Times, Sunday Times (2009)What I'd really like is my own radio talk show. Times, Sunday Times (2009)
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Used Occasionally. talk show is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'talk show'
British English: talk show NOUN
A talk show is a television or radio show in which people talk to a host in an informal way.
Definition of talk show from the Collins English Dictionary
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