Chat ( verb , noun )

(As a verb)

Chat ( verb )

  1. To talk informally with someone.
  2. To exchange messages electronically with someone.
  3. To converse or exchange messages with someone.
  4. To engage in casual conversation with someone.

Origin:

Early 18th century: of imitative origin.

Examples:

  1. I chatted with my friend on the phone.
  2. We chatted about the weather.
  3. She chatted with her coworker during lunch.
  4. They chatted on the internet for hours.
  5. He chatted with the customer to help resolve their issue.

(As a noun)

Chat ( noun )

  1. To talk informally with someone.
  2. To exchange messages electronically with someone.
  3. To converse or exchange messages with someone.
  4. To engage in casual conversation with someone.

Origin:

Early 18th century: of imitative origin.

Examples:

  1. I chatted with my friend on the phone.
  2. We chatted about the weather.
  3. She chatted with her coworker during lunch.
  4. They chatted on the internet for hours.
  5. He chatted with the customer to help resolve their issue.
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