chitchat chitchat  /ˈtʃɪt ˌtʃæt/


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


  1. Epstein has had to deal with the Beatles' foxy chitchat before.
  2. Set in a London flat and a psychiatrist's office, the play contains social chitchat, a bawdy ballad and a couple of interlocking triangles.
  3. After 45 minutes of chitchat about national affairs, he began pawing and kissing her, ignoring her pleas to stop.


  • ONL Chamber to host inaugural business ‘mixer’

    OVERTON — The Overton/New London Chamber of Commerce’s newest venture to benefit the communities and businesses, “Git Bizzy Chitchat,” will be unveiled from 5:30-6:30 p.m. Monday in the Rose Coach Flo
    on June 7, 2013     Source: Henderson Daily News


  1. "The chitchat about 'Is he going to win every golf tournament this year,' that's frustrating stuff to hear," Ogilvy said.
    on Mar 24, 2006 By: Geoff Ogilvy Source: 940 News

  2. "It was good to see my boy out there," Ortiz said or Ramirez. "I had my little chitchat out there. Good to see him back."
    on Jun 18, 2010 By: David Ortiz Source: The Associated Press

  3. In a column two weeks ago, Novak wrote that Armitage "did not slip me this information as idle chitchat, as he now suggests. He made clear he considered it especially suited for my column."
    on Sep 27, 2006 By: Robert Novak Source: CNN

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