charla


charla
f.
1 chat.
2 talk (conferencia).
3 gossip chatter, gossip.
4 mistle thrush.
5 Charla.
pres.indicat.
3rd person singular (él/ella/ello) present indicative of spanish verb: charlar.
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charla
nombre femenino
1 (conversación) talk, chat
2 (conferencia) talk, informal lecture
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noun f.
chat, talk
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SF
1) (=conversación) chat
2) (=chismes) gossip
3) (=conferencia) talk

charla literaria — literary talk, informal literary lecture

charla radiofónica — radio talk

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femenino
a) (conversación) chat

estábamos de charla — we were having a chat

su charla me aburre — his chatter bores me

b) (conferencia) talk
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= chat, chatter, speech, talk, gossip, address, talking, confab, speaking commitment.
Ex. The Tree House, as it is called, offers the facility of a meeting room and drop-in lounge for social gatherings, informal chats, seminars, films and slide shows.
Ex. Thoughts of this sort kept running about like clockwork mice in his head, while the murmur of chatter filled the room and outside dusk had yielded to black night.
Ex. For the sake of editorial continuity, those speeches which were given at both locations (for example, Mr. Gorman's presentation) are only printed here once.
Ex. The dimensions of this problem are rooted in the fact that there are increasing means and methods of packaging and disseminating information -several of which I noted earlier in my talk.
Ex. When this track is followed, the conversation very quickly drifts away from the book and becomes gossip about ourselves.
Ex. The title of his address is 'How many drops to fill the bucket?'.
Ex. The script was improvised on an outline which, I gathered, was the result of three sessions' hard talking to decide whose ideas out of the many suggested should be used.
Ex. The author briefly reports on the conferences, conventions, confabs and celebrations of interest to library support staff across the USA that took place in 1998-99.
Ex. Emerson already has a schedule full of speaking commitments.
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* charla incoherente = gibberish.
* dar una charla = give + address, give + a talk, give + a presentation, give + speech.
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femenino
a) (conversación) chat

estábamos de charla — we were having a chat

su charla me aburre — his chatter bores me

b) (conferencia) talk
* * *
= chat, chatter, speech, talk, gossip, address, talking, confab, speaking commitment.

Ex: The Tree House, as it is called, offers the facility of a meeting room and drop-in lounge for social gatherings, informal chats, seminars, films and slide shows.

Ex: Thoughts of this sort kept running about like clockwork mice in his head, while the murmur of chatter filled the room and outside dusk had yielded to black night.
Ex: For the sake of editorial continuity, those speeches which were given at both locations (for example, Mr. Gorman's presentation) are only printed here once.
Ex: The dimensions of this problem are rooted in the fact that there are increasing means and methods of packaging and disseminating information -several of which I noted earlier in my talk.
Ex: When this track is followed, the conversation very quickly drifts away from the book and becomes gossip about ourselves.
Ex: The title of his address is 'How many drops to fill the bucket?'.
Ex: The script was improvised on an outline which, I gathered, was the result of three sessions' hard talking to decide whose ideas out of the many suggested should be used.
Ex: The author briefly reports on the conferences, conventions, confabs and celebrations of interest to library support staff across the USA that took place in 1998-99.
Ex: Emerson already has a schedule full of speaking commitments.
* charla incoherente = gibberish.
* dar una charla = give + address, give + a talk, give + a presentation, give + speech.

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charla
feminine
1
(conversación): estábamos de charla we were having a chat o we were chatting
su charla me aburre his chatter bores me
2 (conferencia) talk
Compuesto:
charla electrónica
chat
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Del verbo charlar: (conjugate charlar)

charla es:

3ª persona singular (él/ella/usted) presente indicativo

2ª persona singular (tú) imperativo

Multiple Entries:
charla    
charlar
charla sustantivo femenino
a) (conversación) chat;

estábamos de charla we were having a chat

b) (conferencia) talk

charlar (conjugate charlar) verbo intransitivo
to chat, talk
charla sustantivo femenino
1 (palique) talk, chat: estuvimos de charla hasta las cinco, we were chatting until five
2 (conferencia) informal lecture o address: nos dieron una charla sobre los cometas, there was a lecture on comets
charlar verbo intransitivo to talk, chat
'charla' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
amena
- ameno
- conferencia
- dar
- origen
- parrafada
- amistoso
- conversación
- superficial
English:
cackle
- casual
- chat
- earful
- hold
- lecture
- pep talk
- spiel
- talk
- heart
- more
- pitch
- small
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charla nf
1. [conversación] chat;
estar de charla to chat
2. [conferencia] talk (sobre about o on);
dar una charla to give a talk
3. Informát chat
Comp
charla en tiempo real real time chat
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charla
f
1 chat
2 organizada talk
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charla nf
: chat, talk
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charla n
1. (conversación) chat
quiero tener una charla contigo I want to have a chat with you
2. (conferencia) talk
ha dado una charla sobre el medio ambiente he gave a talk on the environment

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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