talking adj : uttering speech; "talking heads" [syn: talking(a)] n : an exchange of ideas via conversation; "let's have more work and less talk around here" [syn: talk]
- The action of the verb to talk
- It is usually better to solve problems by talking than by fighting.
- present participle of talk
Talk primarily refers to the act of conversation.
Talk may also refer to:
Music or song
talking in German: Talk
talking in Spanish: Talk
talking in Dutch: Talk
talking in Japanese: トーク
talking in Norwegian: Talk (andre betydninger)
talking in Portuguese: Talk
talking in Yiddish: טאלק
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