Chat and Gossip

Chat

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Chat noun – Friendly, informal conversation or an instance of this.
Usage example: short chats between parents and teachers during the school's open house

Gossip is a synonym for chat in talk topic. In some cases you can use "Gossip" instead the word "Chat" as a verb or a noun, when it comes to topics like chatter, prattle. popular alternative
Nearby Words: chatter, chatty, chatting
Synonyms for Chat

Gossip

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Gossip noun – Friendly, informal conversation or an instance of this.
Usage example: lingered at the water fountain for a little gossip

Chat is a synonym for gossip in talk topic. You can use "Chat" instead the word "Gossip" as a verb or a noun, if it concerns topics such as chatter, prattle, spread rumors. popular alternative
Nearby Words: gossiped, gossipy, gossiping
Synonyms for Gossip

How words are described

common common chat common gossip
small small chat small gossip
serious serious chat serious gossip
little little chat little gossip
Other adjectives: idle, sociable, meaningless.

Common collocations

time chat time gossip time

Both words in one sentence

  • Hungarian also doesn't have a direct translation, the closest expressions used for it can also mean "chit-chat", "gossip", "tattling" or "empty-talk".
  • Film / Scandal (1950) Ichiro and Miyako get separate rooms in a hotel and their relationship is entirely platonic, but when he enters her room for a chat they are photographed by paparazzi from the gossip magazine Amour.
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