chat

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Pronunciation[change]

Verb[change]

Plain form
chat

Third-person singular
chats

Past tense
chatted

Past participle
chatted

Present participle
chatting

These women are chatting
  1. (intransitive) If two or more people chat, they talk with each other in a casual way, sometimes by typing on a computer or cell phone.
    His friends dropped by frequently just to chat.
    The band was taking a break and chatting with the guests.

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Noun[change]

Singular
chat

Plural
chats

  1. (countable) A chat is a casual conversation, sometimes by typing on a computer or cell phone.
    People come to the bar to have a drink and a chat.