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In sentence: - "She can talk Spanish. İspanyolca konuşabiliyor. i." , "She taught her parrot how to talk. Papağanına konuşmayı öğretti. Be quiet when I´m talking to you! Seninle konuştuğum zaman. konuşum. Konuşma." , "That was a nice talk you gave us. Bize yaptığınız konuşma güzeldi." , "We talked history until midnight. Gece yarısına kadar tarih konuştuk."

Tenses: talks, talking, talked

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Etymology: [ tok ] (verb.) 13th century. Middle English talken, talkien 'to speak with, converse', frequentative of Middle English talen, talien 'to speak, recount', from Old English talian 'to suppose, reckon', from Proto-Germanic *talōjanan 'to count, reckon' (compare Old Frisian talia, German zählen 'to count', Danish tale 'to speak'), from *talō(n) 'talk'. More at tale. Frequentative -k suffix similar to hark from hear. Akin to Eastern Frisian talken 'to chat', Low Saxon Talk 'talk'.
Synonyms: allocution, chalk talk, declamation, descant, discourse, disquisition, dissertation, epilogue, exhortation, expatiation, harangue, homily, lecture, monologue, oration, peroration, prelection, recitation, screed
Antonyms: listening, silence, listen, refrain, refuse
1 konuşmak  fiil
2 laf  isim
3 konuşma  Hukuk
4 görüşme
5 sohbet
6 söylenti
7 dedikodu
8 söylemek
9 sohbet etmek
10 hoşbeş
11 söz etmek
12 görüşmek
13 kelam
14 söz
15 hakkında konuşmak
16 konuş  fiil
17 1. konuşmak: She taught her parrot how to talk. Papağanına konuşmayı öğretti. Be quiet when I'm talking to you! Seninle konuştuğum zaman  fiil
18 lakırdı etmek
19 hükmü geçmek
20 talk about
21 talk of hakkında ko
22 konuşmak: She taught her parrot how to talk. Papağanına konuşmayı öğretti. Be quiet when I'm talking to you! Seninle konuştuğum zaman
23 konuşum  Nükleer Bilimler
24 talk  Tıp
25talk to birisiyle konuşmak
26talk to hitap etmek
27talked konusulan
28talker konuşkan kimse  isim
29talker konuşan
30talker konuşmacı  isim
31talker HABER TEKRARCISI:Özel surette yetiştirilen ve telsiz telefon veya telefon vasıtasıyla ağızdan verilen talimatları nakletmekle görevli olan er  Askeri
32talking sesli (film)
33talking sesli film
34talking i konuşan
35talking konuşabilen
36talking konuşarak
37talking (isim) konuşma
38talking konuşkan
39talking talking point üstünde durulacak nokta
40talking konuşuyor  Bilgisayar
41talking ikaz
42talking talking machine eski gramofon
43talks talk konuş
44talks görüşme/konuşma
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45 Doğum ağrısı
46 özellikle süt çocuklarının pişik gibi deri hastalıkları için kullanılan bir tür pudra
47 çene yarıştırma
48 Deri hastalıkları için kullanılan bir tür pudra
49 Genellikle açık yeşil, toz durumundayken yağlı bir görünümde, özgül ağırlığı 2,7, sertliği 1 olan, hidratlı doğal magnezyum
 
50 A lecture
51 What is being said about a subject of interest - "She is the talk of the day."
52 A conversation
53 To discuss - "We're not talking rocket science here: it should be easy."
54 To communicate, usually by means of speech - "Although I don't speak Chinese I managed to talk with the villagers using signs and gestures."
55 A UNIX utility that allows one user to communicate instantaneously with another user
56 any noise a prop makes, such as two coins clinking
57 A protocol which allows two people on remote computers to communicate in a real-time fashion
58 Talk is a UNIX protocol that lets two people conduct a real-time, text-based "conversation" over the Internet A conversation can be initiated by using the command "talk" followed by the e-mail address of the person with whom you wish to speak at the UNIX command line
59 A UNIX program which allows two users on different machines to carry on a dialogue in real time by typing messages into a split screen
60 When a handset is powered on, and is engaged in a voice or data call Talk time is the approximate length of time that a fully charged battery will last while on a continuous call, under ideal conditions, before needing to be recharged
61 an internet command to have a 1-to-1 exchange of messages with another internet user; similiar to a phone conversation
62 A protocol which allows two people on remote computers to communicate in real-time
63 a program that lets you speak to someone elsewhere in the world using your modem and Internet connection instead of your telephone You need a soundcard and microphone, and the other person must be using the same program you are Also known as Voice On the Net (VON) The term 'talk' is also used to describe the kind of typed chat that takes place between two people rather than a group in a chat room
64 A program that allows two users to communicate using keyboards and display screens Each user's screen is divided in half; one half shows what the user types, while the other half shows what the other person types
65 A UNIX command that enables users to talk in real-time similar to Internet Relay Chat
66 talk is another command you can type at the Unix% or WWW% if you are able to locate someone on the server (See my definition above on Finger ) When the command 'talk _____' (fill in the blank with the person's login name) is executed, your screen splits in half If your party that you are ringing respond to the message at the bottom of his/her screen, then you can have a conversation, as though you are on the phone Neat huh? Take a look at my labreport for more on this! Oh by the way to end your conversation use the command C-c or C-z Have fun!!
67 chin
68 Board
69 chatty topic Groups that discuss controversial topics such as politics, religion, and current affairs Opinions can be very explicit and extreme because there are no hold backs
70 the act of giving a talk to an audience; "I attended an interesting talk on local history" an exchange of ideas via conversation; "let's have more work and less talk around here" (`talk about' is a less formal alternative for `discussion of') discussion; "his poetry contains much talk about love and anger" idle gossip or rumor; "there has been talk about you lately" express in speech; "She talks a lot of nonsense"; "This depressed patient does not verbalize" exchange thoughts; talk with; "We often talk business"; "Actions talk louder than words
71 Discussion and debate
72 talk to another user - two way screen-oriented communication program
73 USENET's version of talk radio
74 Like the talk in an IRC chat, this is the simplest method of communication, and is used for speaking with people in the same room See the MOOing 101 tutorial for more information
75 the act of giving a talk to an audience; "I attended an interesting talk on local history"
76 an exchange of ideas via conversation; "let's have more work and less talk around here"
77 A protocol that allows two people on remote computers to communicate in a real-time fashion See also Internet Relay Chat
78 Subject of discourse; as, his achievment is the talk of the town
79 (`talk about' is a less formal alternative for `discussion of') discussion; "his poetry contains much talk about love and anger"
80 express in speech; "She talks a lot of nonsense"; "This depressed patient does not verbalize"
81 To deliver in talking; to speak; to utter; to make a subject of conversation; as, to talk nonsense; to talk politics
82 If you talk to someone, you have a conversation with them. You can also say that two people talk. We talked and laughed a great deal I talked to him yesterday When she came back, they were talking about American food Can't you see I'm talking? Don't interrupt. Talk is also a noun. We had a long talk about her father, Tony, who was a friend of mine. = conversation
83 exchange thoughts; talk with; "We often talk business"; "Actions talk louder than words
84 idle gossip or rumor; "there has been talk about you lately"
85 Report; rumor; as, to hear talk of war
86 When you talk, you use spoken language to express your thoughts, ideas, or feelings. He was too distressed to talk The boys all began to talk at once Talk is also a noun. That's not the kind of talk one usually hears from accountants
87 To confer; to reason; to consult
88 To consume or spend in talking; often followed by away; as, to talk away an evening
89 To cause to be or become by talking
90 To speak freely; to use for conversing or communicating; as, to talk French
91 To prate; to speak impertinently
92 The act of talking; especially, familiar converse; mutual discourse; that which is uttered, especially in familiar conversation, or the mutual converse of two or more
93 conversation; speech, lecture; meeting; rumor; manner of talking  isim
94 communicate with spoken words, converse, speak; gossip, spread rumors; chitchat; lecture; reveal secret information  fiil
95 to converse familiarly; to speak, as in familiar discourse, when two or more persons interchange thoughts
96 To utter words; esp
97 If you talk on or about something, you make an informal speech telling people what you know or think about it. She will talk on the issues she cares passionately about including education and nursery care He intends to talk to young people about the dangers of AIDS. = speak Talk is also a noun. A guide gives a brief talk on the history of the site
98 If you talk to someone, you tell them about the things that are worrying you. You can also say that two people talk. Your first step should be to talk to a teacher or school counselor We need to talk alone Do ring if you want to talk about it I have to sort some things out. We really needed to talk. Talk is also a noun. I think it's time we had a talk
99 a speech that is open to the public; "he attended a lecture on telecommunications"
100 exchange thoughts; talk with; "We often talk business"; "Actions talk louder than words"
101 to talk shop: see shop
102 You can use the expression talking of to introduce a new topic that you want to discuss, and to link it to something that has already been mentioned. Belvoir Farms produce a delicious elderflower tea. Talking of elderflower, you might wish to try Elderflower Champagne
103 emphasis You can say talk about before mentioning a particular expression or situation, when you mean that something is a very striking or clear example of that expression or situation. Took us quite a while to get here, didn't it? Talk about Fate moving in a mysterious way!
104 use language; "the baby talks already"; "the prisoner won't speak"; "they speak a strange dialect"
105 reveal information; "If you don't oblige me, I'll talk!"; "The former employee spilled all the details"
106 Text telephone: a service that permit two people who are logged in to host computers to engage in a split-screen "conversation," in which what one user types is presented on the top half of both screens while the other user's typing is presented on the bottom half of both screens Available on OAK
107 A utility to give real-time and interactive user to user communication in a tty Users ``talk'' by typing and reading one anothers text in the upper and lower halfs of the tty An now outdated version of Ethiopic Talk is still available
108 talk to a user
109 deliver a lecture or talk; "She will talk at Rutgers next week"; "Did you ever lecture at Harvard?"
110 divulge confidential information or secrets; "Be careful--his secretary talks"
111 If you say that something such as an idea or threat is just talk, or all talk, you mean that it does not mean or matter much, because people are exaggerating about it or do not really intend to do anything about it. Has much of this actually been tried here? Or is it just talk?
112 You can say that you are talking a particular thing to draw attention to your topic or to point out a characteristic of what you are discussing. We're talking megabucks this time
113 Talks are formal discussions intended to produce an agreement, usually between different countries or between employers and employees. Talks between striking railway workers and the Polish government have broken down
114 When different countries or different sides in a dispute talk, or talk to each other, they discuss their differences in order to try and settle the dispute. The Foreign Minister said he was ready to talk to any country that had no hostile intentions They are collecting information in preparation for the day when the two sides sit down and talk John Reid has to find a way to make both sides talk to each other The speed with which the two sides came to the negotiating table shows that they are ready to talk
115 If one group of people talks to another, or if two groups talk, they have formal discussions in order to do a deal or produce an agreement. We're talking to some people about opening an office in London The company talked with many potential investors It triggered broad speculation that GM and Jaguar might be talking
116 If someone talks when they are being held by police or soldiers, they reveal important or secret information, usually unwillingly. They'll talk, they'll implicate me
117 If people are talking about another person or are talking, they are discussing that person. Everyone is talking about him People will talk, but you have to get on with your life. Talk is also a noun. There has been a lot of talk about me getting married
118 If you talk a particular language or talk with a particular accent, you use that language or have that accent when you speak. You don't sound like a foreigner talking English They were amazed that I was talking in an Irish accent
119 You can use talk to say what you think of the ideas that someone is expressing. For example, if you say that someone is talking sense, you mean that you think the opinions they are expressing are sensible. You must admit George, you're talking absolute rubbish
120 If you talk something such as politics or sport, you discuss it. The guests were mostly middle-aged men talking business
121To talk. polari
122To talk. jawblock - "The first time we began to jawblock we found out that we were all from the jazz school, and that made us friends right away."
123talk. tlk
124talker A talking point
125talker A popular topic of conversation - "The royal engagement is likely to be a top talker right through the wedding."
126talker A talk show; a talk-show host; an all-talk radio station
127talker A stripped-down version of a MUD which is designed for talking, that predates instant messengers
128talker A person who talks, especially one who gives a speech, or is loquacious or garrulous - "What this country needs is a smooth talker."
129talkies Talking movies
130talkies plural form of talkie
131talking Present participle of talk
132talking The action of the verb to talk - "It is usually better to solve problems by talking than by fighting."
133talking. chinning
134talks Third-person singular simple present indicative form of talk
135talks plural form of talk
136talks Meetings to discuss a particular matter - "The leaders of the G8 nations are currently in talks over nuclear weapons."
137to talk. barber
138talk of discuss, speak about, speak of
139talk of discuss or mention; "They spoke of many things
140talk of discuss or mention; "They spoke of many things"
141talked past of talk
142talker a doll that talks
143talker A GPIB device that sends device dependent messages to listeners
144talker A form of MUD
145talker You can use talker to refer to someone when you are considering how much they talk, or how good they are at talking to people. a fluent talker. someone who talks a lot or talks in a particular way
146talker someone who expresses in language; someone who talks (especially someone who delivers a public speech or someone especially garrulous); "the speaker at commencement"; "an utterer of useful maxims"
147talker A loquacious person, male or female; a prattler; a babbler; also, a boaster; a braggart; used in contempt or reproach
148talker One who talks; especially, one who is noted for his power of conversing readily or agreeably; a conversationist
149talker one who talks, one who is a good conversationalist; talkative person, loquacious person, chatty person  isim
150talkers plural of talker
151talking speaking  isim
152talking Given to talk; loquacious
153talking speaking; conversing  isim
154talking uttering speech; "talking heads"
155talking That talks; able to utter words; as, a talking parrot
156talks third-person singular of talk
157talks plural of talk
158talks a discussion intended to produce an agreement; "the buyout negotiation lasted several days"; "they disagreed but kept an open dialogue"; "talks between Israelis and Palestinians"
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159 talk at
160 talc  isim
161 talk  Tıp
162 tak  Tıp
163 talc, talcum
164 (mineral, maden) talc  Tabiat Doğa