chinwag

UK [ˈtʃɪnˌwæɡ] / US noun [singular] British informal old-fashioned
an informal conversation about things that are not very important

English dictionary. 2014.

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  • chinwag — n. (Slang) long and pleasant chat between friends; chat; gossiping v. (Slang) gossip; chat; have a chinwag …   English contemporary dictionary

  • chinwag — noun (singular) informal especially BrE an informal conversation; chat 2 chinwag verb (I) …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • chinwag — /ˈtʃɪnwæg/ (say chinwag) noun 1. Colloquial a chat; a conversation. –verb (i) (chinwagged, chinwagging) 2. to talk at length; chatter: they re always chinwagging over the back fence …   Australian English dictionary

  • chinwag — /chin wag /, v., chinwagged, chinwagging, n. Slang. v.i. 1. to chat idly; gossip. n. 2. an idle chat; gossiping. [1875 80; CHIN + WAG] * * * …   Universalium

  • Chinwag — chat, conversation …   Dictionary of Australian slang

  • chinwag — I Australian Slang chat, conversation II Everyday English Slang in Ireland n a chat III Irish Slang a chat …   English dialects glossary

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