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  • 1 chat — chat …

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  • 2 Chat — Chat …

    Deutsch Wörterbuch

  • 3 chat — chat, chatte (cha, cha t ; en conversation le t ne se lie que dans les phrases suivantes : chat échaudé craint l eau froide, dites : cha t échaudé ; acheter chat en poche, dites : cha t en poche ; jeter le chat aux jambes, dites : cha t aux… …

    Dictionnaire de la Langue Française d'Émile Littré

  • 4 Chat — (von englisch to chat [tʃæt] „plaudern, sich unterhalten“) bezeichnet elektronische Kommunikation in Echtzeit, meist über das Internet. Eine frühere Form des Chats gab es in den 80er Jahren über den CB Funk. Inhaltsverzeichnis 1 Formen 2… …

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  • 5 Chat — may refer to: Contents 1 Conversation 2 Geography 3 Other uses 4 ChAT 5 CHAT …

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  • 6 chat — CHAT, s. m. CHATTE, s. f. Animal domestique qui prend les rats et les souris. Gros chat. Chat noir, chat gris, etc. Chat d Espagne. Ce chat est bon aux souris, pour les souris. Chassez ce chat. Belle chatte. Votre chatte est pleine. [b]f♛/b] On… …

    Dictionnaire de l'Académie Française 1798

  • 7 Chat — 〈[ tʃæ̣t] m. 6; EDV; umg.〉 1. Unterhaltung, Kommunikation (im Internet) 2. 〈kurz für〉 Chatroom 3. 〈allg.〉 Plauderei ● wir lernten uns im Chat kennen; sich zu einem kurzem Chat treffen [<engl. chat „Plauderei“] * * * Chat [t̮ʃæt ], der; s, s… …

    Universal-Lexikon

  • 8 chat — CHAT. s. m. Chatte. s. f. Animal domestique qui prend les rats & les souris. Gros chat. chat noir. chat gris &c. chat d Espagne. ce chat est bon aux souris. chassez ce chat. au chat, au chat. belle chatte, vostre chatte est pleine. On dit d Une… …

    Dictionnaire de l'Académie française

  • 9 chat — [tʆæt] verb [intransitive] COMPUTING to have a conversation with other people on the Internet by typing in your words : • Chatting is one of the most popular activities on the Internet. chat noun [uncountable] : • Chat has its own jargon which is …

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  • 10 chat´ti|ly — chat|ty1 «CHAT ee», adjective, ti|er, ti|est. 1. fond of friendly, familiar talk about unimportant things: »The chatty old men played checkers and gossiped all afternoon. 2. having the style or manner of friendly familiar talk: »a chatty article… …

    Useful english dictionary

  • 11 chat|ty — chat|ty1 «CHAT ee», adjective, ti|er, ti|est. 1. fond of friendly, familiar talk about unimportant things: »The chatty old men played checkers and gossiped all afternoon. 2. having the style or manner of friendly familiar talk: »a chatty article… …

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  • 12 Chat — Chat, n. 1. Light, familiar talk; conversation; gossip. [1913 Webster] Snuff, or fan, supply each pause of chat, With singing, laughing, ogling, and all that. Pope. [1913 Webster] 2. (Zo[ o]l.) A bird of the genus {Icteria}, allied to the… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 13 chat — chat1 [chat] vi. chatted, chatting [< CHATTER] 1. to talk or converse in a light, easy, informal manner 2. Comput. to hold an electronic conversation by exchanging typed messages: the messages appear on each participant s computer screen as… …

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  • 14 Chat — (español: charla) es un anglicismo que usualmente se refiere a una comunicación escrita a través de internet entre dos o más personas que se realiza instantáneamente. Es común que estas personas escriban bajo pseudónimos llamados nick. Dentro de… …

    Enciclopedia Universal

  • 15 chat — vb Chat, gab, chatter, patter, prate, prattle, babble, gabble, jabber, gibber denote to emit a loose and ready flow of inconsequential talk or as nouns the talk so emitted. To chat is to talk in light, easy, and pleasant fashion {in easy mirth we …

    New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • 16 chat-up — ˈchat up 7 [chat up chat ups] noun countable, uncountable an occasion when a person is talking to sb in a way that shows they are interested in them sexually • …

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  • 17 Chat — (ch[a^]t), v. i. [imp. & p. p. {Chatted}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Chatting}.] [From {Chatter}. [root]22.] To talk in a light and familiar manner; to converse without form or ceremony; to gossip. Shak. [1913 Webster] To chat a while on their adventures.… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 18 Chat — Chat, n. 1. A twig, cone, or little branch. See {Chit}. [1913 Webster] 2. pl. (Mining) Small stones with ore. [1913 Webster] {Chat potatoes}, small potatoes, such as are given to swine. [Local.] [1913 Webster] || …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 19 CHAT-FM — is a Canadian radio station that broadcasts a country music format at 94.5 FM in Medicine Hat, Alberta. The station is owned by Jim Pattison Group.The station originally began broadcasting as an AM station in 1946 at 1270 AM, where it remained… …

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  • 20 Chat — [tʃæt] der; s, s <aus gleichbed. engl. chat, eigtl. »Unterhaltung, Plauderei« zu to chat, vgl. ↑chatten>: a) im ↑Internet angebotenes Medium, mit dem online Kontakte hergestellt u. Informationen ausgetauscht werden können; b) Kommunikation… …

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