To communicate, usually by means of speech. (verb)
To discuss. (verb)
Confess, especially implicating others. (verb)
Criticize someone for something of which one is guilty oneself. (verb)
Gossip; create scandal. (verb)
Examples of word talk
Now I'm going to continue educating my 8 month old on love the world, but don't talk to strangers..talk to me about sex..
Of the slew of candidates and wannabee candidates running for the grand prize of President, how many really \ 'talk the talk\', let alone \ 'walk the walk\'?
Talkers talk or speak _words_ or _talk_; Walkers walk _walkings_ or _walks_; The rain rains
Verbs are inflected or changed to indicate the time of the action as past, present, or future; as, _I talk, I talked, I shall talk_, etc.
Momentous questions should be thrust aside until later, and the talk should be -- well, _talk_, not arguing, quarreling, or scandal-mongering.
And yet these momentary chances we covet; and spend our years, and passions, and powers in pursuit of little more than these; while, meantime, there is a society continually open to us, of people who will talk to us as long as we like, whatever our rank or occupation; talk to us in the best words they can choose, and of the things nearest their hearts.
Join a debating society -- talk, _talk_, _TALK_, and always extemporize.
The Happy Hexagons met, of course, to study Texas, and to talk Texas; though, as Bertha Brown's brother, Charlie, somewhat impertinently declared, they did not need to meet to _talk_ Texas -- they did that without any meeting!
Then he began to talk -- to _talk_, not to preach, speaking every word with an inflection of the truest sincerity.
"I beg of you in God's name to talk to me -- to _talk_ to me!"