Confab (noun)

An informal conversation or chat, often with people you know well.


Confabulation, from latin confabulationem (nominative confabulatio) "a talking together", from the verb confabulari, from con- "together" + fabulari "to talk".


  1. They had a confab over coffee to catch up on old times.
  2. The two friends had a confab about their plans for the weekend.
  3. The confab between the coworkers was to discuss the new project.
  4. The confab with the teacher was to discuss the student's progress.
  5. The confab with the boss was to discuss the company's future plans.
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