• EN [ tɔːk]
  • US [ tɔːk]

Englische Definition


  • 1. an exchange of ideas via conversation;

    • "let's have more work and less talk around here"
  • 2. (`talk about' is a less formal alternative for `discussion of') discussion;

    • "his poetry contains much talk about love and anger"
  • 3. the act of giving a talk to an audience;

    • "I attended an interesting talk on local history"
  • 4. a speech that is open to the public;

    • "he attended a lecture on telecommunications"
  • 5. idle gossip or rumor;

    • "there has been talk about you lately"


  • 1. exchange thoughts; talk with;

    • "We often talk business"
    • "Actions talk louder than words"
  • 2. express in speech;

    • "She talks a lot of nonsense"
    • "This depressed patient does not verbalize"
  • 3. use language;

    • "the baby talks already"
    • "the prisoner won't speak"
    • "they speak a strange dialect"
  • 4. reveal information;

    • "If you don't oblige me, I'll talk!"
    • "The former employee spilled all the details"
  • 5. divulge confidential information or secrets;

    • "Be careful--his secretary talks"
  • 6. deliver a lecture or talk;

    • "She will talk at Rutgers next week"
    • "Did you ever lecture at Harvard?"


  • I shall have to read up on this subject if I am to give a talk about it.

  • I heard you talk in your sleep last night.

  • A straightforward talk is better than a flowery speech.

  • When she came in, Bob broke off his talk with Jane.

  • Did you ever talk it over with him?

  • He doesn't talk to me — he lectures at me!

  • We're not going to talk about that subject; it has been dropped neck and crop.

  • With people around, it wasn't convenient to talk about the matter.

  • Let's go around to his office and talk to him.

  • All this talk of a strike has clearly ruffled the management's feathers.

  • He stopped to talk with me.

  • He used photographs as illustration for his talk.

  • His talk was spiced with vivid examples.

  • The criminal knew that he could not talk to the police about his friends; if he did, someone would stop his breath.

  • Science fiction stories often mention robots that can talk.

  • He delights to talk about his family in the office.

  • I have a very sharp recollection of my last talk with him two years ago.

  • Fancy his doing that sort of thing and then having the nerve to talk about it!

  • His talk is full of superlatives.

  • My abiding memory of our first meeting is of a girl too shy to talk.

  • My, what kind of talk is this?

  • Talk poured from him in a jet.

  • Her sudden marriage is the talk of the street.

  • The class separated into several smaller groups to talk about the subject.

  • Who but a fool like he would talk through his hat.

  • The president was asked to give a short talk on his visit to the United States.

  • Your talk is a little aside from the subject of our disussion.

  • I'm sorry to disturb you, but can I talk to you for a moment?

  • Mommy, you don't need to stay while we talk.


  • you can't (或 can) (美

    (informal)used to convey that a criticism made applies equally well to the person who has made it

    • ‘He'd chase anything in a skirt!’ ‘You can't talk!’.

  • don't talk to me about —

    (informal)said in protest when someone introduces a subject of which the speaker has had bitter personal experience

  • know what one is talking about

    be expert or authoritative on a specified subject

  • look (或 hark) who's talking

    another way of saying you can't talk

  • now you're talking

  • talk a blue streak

  • talk about —!

    (informal)used to emphasize that something is an extreme or striking example of a particular situation, state, or experience

    • Talk about hangovers! But aching head or not we were getting ready.

  • talk big

    (informal)talk boastfully or overconfidently

  • talk dirty

  • talk the hind leg off a donkey

    (Brit. informal)talk incessantly

  • talk nineteen to the dozen

  • talk of the devil

  • talk sense into

    persuade (someone) to behave more sensibly

  • talk shop


  • talk ones head off

    • I talked my head off trying to convince them.

  • talk turkey

    • We've got to sit down and talk turkey—get this thing wrapped up.

  • talk on the big white phone

    • One more beer and I'm gonna have to go talk on the big white phone.

Synonym Diskriminierung

  • address, speech, lecture, oration, report, talk

  • conversation, dialogue, talk, chat

  • say, speak, state, talk, tell, utter

Bedeutung von talk

Es gibt relativ wenig Informationen über talk. Vielleicht können Sie sich eine zweisprachige Geschichte ansehen, um Ihre Stimmung zu entspannen. Ich wünsche Ihnen einen schönen Tag!

Zweisprachige Lesung des Tages

  • A woman walks into a pet shop and sees a cute little dog. She asks the shopkeeper, "Does your dog bite?"
  • Eine Frau betritt eine Tierhandlung und sieht einen niedlichen kleinen Hund. Sie fragt den Ladenbesitzer: "Beißt Ihr Hund?"
  • The shopkeeper says, "No, my dog does not bit."
  • Der Ladenbesitzer sagt: "Nein, mein Hund beißt nicht."
  • The woman tries to pet the dog and the dog bites her.
  • Die Frau versucht den Hund zu streicheln und der Hund beißt sie.
  • "Ouch!" She says, "I thought you said your dog does not bite!"
  • "Autsch!" Sie sagt: "Ich dachte, Sie sagten, Ihr Hund beißt nicht!"
  • The shopkeeper replies, "That is not my dog!"
  • Der Ladenbesitzer antwortet: "Das ist nicht mein Hund!"
  • Mehr



Computer Englisch


Klassifizierung von Wörtern

  • Oxford Advanced Eighth Edition
  • American Webster's Dictionary
  • Wikipedia
  • Englischsprachiger Leitfaden für Fortgeschrittene