Idioms

Origin of talk

1175–1225; Middle English talk(i)en to converse, speak, derivative (with -k suffix) of tale speech, discourse, tale; cognate with Frisian (E dial.) talken
SYNONYMS FOR talk
1 See speak.
4, 20 prattle.
34 discourse.
17 colloquy, dialogue, parley, confabulation.
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British Dictionary definitions for talked out

talk

/ (tɔːk) /

verb

noun

Derived Formstalkable, adjectivetalkability, nountalker, noun

Word Origin for talk

C13 talkien to talk; related to Old English talu tale, Frisian talken to talk
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Idioms and Phrases with talked out (1 of 2)

talked out


Weary from speaking, as in I haven't another thing to say; I'm all talked out. [c. 1900] Also see talk out.

Idioms and Phrases with talked out (2 of 2)

talk


In addition to the idioms beginning with talk

  • talk around
  • talk at
  • talk back
  • talk big
  • talk dirty
  • talk down
  • talk down to
  • talked out
  • talk into
  • talk of the town, the
  • talk out
  • talk out of
  • talk over
  • talk sense
  • talk shop
  • talk someone's arm off
  • talk through one's hat
  • talk to
  • talk turkey
  • talk up

also see:

  • all talk
  • dirty joke (talk dirty)
  • double talk
  • heart to heart (talk)
  • look who's talking
  • money talks
  • now you're talking
  • small talk
  • straight talk
  • sweet talk
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