Talks — synonyms, talks antonyms, definition
1. talks (Noun)
dialogue lectures negotiation public lecture* talkings talks of the town
talks (Noun) — A discussion intended to produce an agreement.
ex. "talks between Israelis and Palestinians"
talks (Noun) — An exchange of ideas via conversation.
ex. "let's have more work and less talk around here"
talks (Noun) — Discussion; ('talk about' is a less formal alternative for 'discussion of').
ex. "his poetry contains much talk about love and anger"
talks (Noun) — The act of giving a talk to an audience.
ex. "I attended an interesting talk on local history"
talks (Noun) — A speech that is open to the public.
ex. "he attended a talk on telecommunications"
talks (Noun) — Idle gossip or rumour.
ex. "there has been talk about you lately"
15 types of
addresses comments conversations discourses discussion discussions give-and-take gosses gossips lectures lecturings scuttlebutts speeches treatments word
bargaining cackles cants chalk talk* chatters collective bargaining dialogs dialogues diplomacy diplomatic negotiations duologues heart-to-hearts horse trading idle words* jazzes malarkeys malarkies mediation nothingnesses parley • • •
2. talks (Verb)
babbles babbles out blabs blabs out lets the cat out of the bag mouths peaches sings speaks spills spills the beans tattles utters verbalises verbalizes
talks (Verb) — Exchange thoughts; convey ideas.
ex. "Actions talk louder than words" ex. "We often talk business"
talks (Verb) — Express in speech.
ex. "She talks a lot of nonsense"
talks (Verb) — Use language.
ex. "the baby talks already"
talks (Verb) — Reveal information.
ex. "If you don't oblige me, I'll talk!"
talks (Verb) — Divulge confidential information or secrets.
ex. "Be careful--his secretary talks"
talks (Verb) — Deliver a lecture or talk.
ex. "She will talk at Rutgers next week"
18 types of
breaks brings out communicates discloses discovers divulges exposes gives away instructs intercommunicates lays bare learns lets on lets out reveals teaches tells unwraps
babbles barks bays begins blabbers blabs blubbers blubbers out blunders blunders out blurts blurts out bumbles butterflies cackles carries on chants chats up chatters cheeks • • •