Squeak and Talk

Squeak

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Squeak verb – To give information (as to the authorities) about another's improper or unlawful activities.
Usage example: one of the robbers eventually squeaked about the others

Talk and squeak are semantically related in make sharp topic. In some cases you can use "Talk" instead a verb "Squeak".
Nearby Words: squeal, squeaky, squeaked, squeaker, squeaking
Synonyms for Squeak

Talk

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Talk verb – To give information (as to the authorities) about another's improper or unlawful activities.
Usage example: after being threatened, the eyewitness started talking at length about what he had seen in the alley

Squeak and talk are semantically related in inform topic. Sometimes you can use "Squeak" instead a verb "Talk".
Nearby Words: talking, talkative, talker, talkie
Synonyms for Talk

How words are described

normal normal squeak normal talk
brief brief squeak brief talk
short short squeak short talk
single single squeak single talk
Other adjectives: disturbing, annoying, little, white.

Common collocations

thanks squeak thanks talk thanks

Both words in one sentence

  • Most often it's just a brief squeak of anguish, surprisingly high-pitched; in more extreme cases, he may talk, whine or even sing in falsetto for a time, or have his voice dubbed temporarily by an actress.
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