Character 4
Hyphenation chat
Pronunciations /tʃæt/

Definitions and meanings of "Chat"

What do we mean by chat?

To converse in an easy, familiar manner; talk lightly and casually. intransitive verb

To participate in a synchronous exchange of remarks with one or more people over a computer network. intransitive verb

An informal, light conversation. noun

A synchronous exchange of remarks over a computer network. noun

Any of various birds in the families Muscicapidae or Parulidae that have a chattering call, especially the yellow-breasted chat. noun

To engage (someone) in light, casual talk. phrasal verb

To talk informally with (someone), especially in a flirtatious manner. phrasal verb

To converse in a familiar manner; talk without form or ceremony.

To talk of; converse about.

A name of several different birds. Any bird of the family Saxicolidœ, as a stonechat, whinchat, or wheatear. There are many species, chiefly African noun

Free, informal speech; familiar conversation. noun

Idle talk; chatter. noun

Synonyms See prattle, n. noun

A cat. See cat. noun

A catkin. noun

A key or samara of the ash or maple. noun

A small potato of inferior quality. noun

A small piece of coal. noun

In mining, a piece of ore with stone adhering to it; in the plural (also singular), ore in this state (usually called in the United States raggings): a middle product made in the concentration of ore, consisting of particles of gangue containing included grains of valuable mineral. noun

Plural The tailings or waste product from the concentration of ore. noun

Informal conversation.

A conversation to stop an argument or settle situations.

(totum pro parte, typically with definite article) The entirety of users in a chatroom or a single member thereof.

An exchange of text or voice messages in real time through a computer network, resembling a face-to-face conversation.

Any of various small Old World passerine birds in the muscicapid tribe Saxicolini or subfamily Saxicolinae that feed on insects.

Any of several small Australian honeyeaters in the genus Epthianura.

The word orignated in Sydney years ago around the North Shore and seems to have spread Australia wide in a matter of years. There is a suburb named Chatswood in Sydney, the word was first used by a small group of individuals from the North Shore who had a disliking for a group of individuals from Chatswood. So if you were trying to offend your Shorey mate, you would call him Chat, or if you saw something shit, ugly etc, you would call it chat. Urban Dictionary

Something thats shit Urban Dictionary

1.anything you dont know the name for 2.anything disgusting 3.simile for shit, crap, turd, and other related words... i use this word all the time so i would know - i have put alot of effort in this defintition Urban Dictionary

To engage in small talk. Urban Dictionary

This is the french for cat Urban Dictionary

Originally used by soldiers (British) in the First World War. A chat was a slang word for body lice. Soldiers often used to gather in groups to communally de-louse themselves. Of course this was a social situation and soldiers said that they were "chatting." Urban Dictionary

An ecstasy tablet Urban Dictionary

A perosn who is very un-attractive Urban Dictionary

Word used in Irelans,mostly Donegal area. It means 'bye' essentially,but can also be like 'good riddance'Normally used in caps when typed,or with multiple A's. Urban Dictionary

To talk endlessly, usually when talking incorrectly. Urban Dictionary

Synonyms and Antonyms for Chat

The word "chat" in example sentences

Monitor and record all popular Instant Messenger chat or web chat* on your local network automatically and secretly! ❋ Unknown (2010)

I use the word chat because our conversations were characterized by a silent code: keep it pseudo-lite. ❋ M.D. Alicia Salzer (2011)

I use the term chat, but really the underlying protocol is XMPP, formerly referred to as Jabber, but calling it your XMPP provider would be the same as calling your email provider your SMTP/POP/IMAP provider; while true, it's just not true in any way that helps the conversation. data portability ❋ Unknown (2009)

I don't want to imply that you're only writing female characters because that scene that we hear at the top of our chat is a torturous interrogation scene undertaken by the FBI. ❋ Unknown (2010)

Inviting others into the chat is as simple as sending them a human-readable URL, and nobody has to sign up or answer an invitation email. ❋ Unknown (2008)

This is what you call a chat with dad in the Oval Office. ❋ Unknown (2009)

This is what you call a chat with dad in the oval office. ❋ Unknown (2009)

Most of this chat is about last January, and I want to bring a vehicle in in September. ❋ Unknown (2005)

For example, as the paper reports about the 3/29/05 chat: This chat is the second of two where the participants engaged in online sex. ❋ Unknown (2005)

You will be notified when your chat is accepted by an agent. ❋ Unknown (2005)

So if your chat is to be successful, it must fulfill these two desires. ❋ Unknown (2010)

Where children do stray into dangerous territory with strangers, it is generally knowingly, in chat rooms and online forums intended for adults. ❋ Unknown (2010)

MONDAY CHAT: Next chat is Monday, March 9; read latest transcript ❋ Unknown (2009)

Even I learned some very useful phrases from this book for flirting with the people who I like and turning the people who I dislike down in chat-room. ❋ Unknown (2009)

The site tryied to use chat but they removed it. i think chat is not usefull for Dating and social networks. ❋ Unknown (2009)

*Friend [tells] [lame] [joke]* "That was chat" ❋ FatalCure (2006)

[fuck that] [burger] was chatthat [looks] chat ❋ Nukeone (2007)

"whats this chat on [the bottom] of [my shoe]" "[ooooh], thats chat!" "you know that chatness" "this is the chattest thing i've ever seen mate" ❋ Fully_The_Sickest_Bro_Ever (2003)

[What's up]?? ❋ STM (2003)

[j'aime] [les] animaux. [j'adore] chats! ❋ Emma (2005)

[Bob] was [chatting] with his friends [when he died]. ❋ Johnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn (2007)

"[I just] [popped] [another] chat" ❋ DoctaD (2004)

"[damn], she's a [chat whore]." ❋ Lidiaaa (2007)

Example 1. -okay,I better go,CHAAT! -right,chaaaat! Example 2. - are you not [talking to] [Cara] anymore. -Naw,[we got] in this big fight so chat to her! ❋ GoodGoneGirl (2010)

"What you [chattin'] [bout]?" ❋ A (2005)

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