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chatter away

1. (of a person) To talk idly or incessantly. Now that she can talk, my little girl will just chatter away all day long. Well, he's still chattering away, but I stopped listening a while ago.
2. (of an animal) To make a series of noises. The chipmunk started chattering away as I got closer to it.
See also: away, chatter
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There they hung, sparkling with savage vivacity, laughing gaily at one another, and chattering away with infinite glee.
A dark, rather good-looking woman, with pleasant round face and a ceaseless flow of conversation, was chattering away to Mr.
And need one allude to the antics of those who prefer to race around in posh cars while chattering away on their cellphones at the same time?
amp;nbsp;We were listening to the parrots in their boxes in the next room chattering away.
A SUMMER EVENING THE day had been hot, so in the evening I sat there The evening cool and still, I thought how pleasant an evening sitting in my garden chair Neighbours too enjoying another summer day Over the hedge I could hear them chattering away A single bee hovering over Buttercups, daisies and clover The stillness of the evening was a sheer delight I wondered if I would get to sleep tonight The evening sky clear blue except for a small white cloud A dog in the distance barking loud Birds in the nearby trees settling for the night Through the late evening is still bright I looked around all went quiet nearby homes lit up for it was getting dark No longer did I hear the dog bark So now all is quiet for it is night For tomorrow will be another hot summer day, I hope they're right.
IN my opinion the height of ignorance is the passenger who boards the bus while chattering away on their mobile, paying their fare without any acknowledgement to the driver and then prattles on all the way to town.
Next, I remember being seated on the floor, about a meter away from a bench were some very old-looking men and women were chattering away.
I was videoing my grandma chattering away (she's very very old and very precious and naughty, so we document her every move, like the paparazzi with a 94-year-old Kim Kardashian) and she was talking about food, and telling me to cook my man some lamb.
My only company was the registrar and, chattering away in my anxious state, I confided that I hated the phrase, "Who gives this woman to be married?
Back at home, Gardell is walking -- though he still needs to regain a bit of balance -- and chattering away.
To add to the DIY flavour of his videos, which are mainly filmed at home, you can occasionally hear the 36-year-old's children, four-year-old daughter Emma and one-year-old Dylan, chattering away in the background.
Part of this may have to do with the fact that despite mainstream politicians, retired generals and media personalities chattering away about democracy, there is a sense of inhibition of what is possible in holding a military man accountable, irrespective of judiciary's independence and a strong Parliament.
Whether it was inspired by the bright sunshine or the lack of muzak, just to hear people chattering away in such high spirits was lovely.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- The sound of small children chattering away as they learn to talk has always been considered cute -- but not particularly sophisticated.