chit-chat chit-chat


  1. (n) light informal conversation for social occasions
  2. (v) talk socially without exchanging too much information


  1. In Washington he is not active socially but he likes to go for drink and chit-chat to the swank Army Navy Club or Chevy Chase Country Club.
  2. Chief obstacle has been President Hoover's refusal to allow any personal chit-chat about himself or family to be divulged.
  3. Clinton herself would not be joining the press for any celebratory mid-air chit-chat, a campaign spokeswoman announced.


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  1. "The chit-chat about 'Is he going to win every golf tournament this year,' that's frustrating stuff to hear," Ogilvy said.
    on Mar 24, 2008 By: Geoff Ogilvy Source: FOXNews

  2. "A bit of verbal chit-chat is fine, that is what brings excitement to the game, but you have to be within boundaries because that is what international cricket is all about," Dhoni said.
    on Oct 21, 2008 By: Mahendra Singh Dhoni Source: The Age

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