listen to the pronunciation of natter
Englisch - Türkisch
laklak etmek
gevezelik et
gevezelik etmek
{f} gevezelik etmek [brit.]
(fiil) gevezelik etmek [brit.]
Englisch - Englisch
To nag
To talk without purpose
Mindless and irrelevant chatter
To find fault; to be peevish
When people natter, they talk casually for a long time about unimportant things. If something dramatic has happened during the day, we'll sit and natter about it Susan and the girl were still nattering away in German Ahead of you is a day of nattering with fellow farmers at the local market You natter all day long at the hospital His mother would natter to anyone. = chat Natter is also a noun. What's the topic of conversation when a group of new mums get together for a natter? = chinwag, chat. to talk for a long time about unimportant things = chat natter to/with (From the sound made when talking quickly). the act of talking about unimportant things = chat
intr v 1 To talk on and on; chatter 2 To be critical of or find fault with
to find fault with; gripe In Scientology, if a person is nattering about somebody, one knows the person has overts on that somebody See also overt act
talk socially without exchanging too much information; "the men were sitting in the cafe and shooting the breeze"
past of natter
present participle of natter
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