chitchat

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chitchat

1. verb To talk in an idle or casual manner. We're just chitchatting, come on in.
2. noun An instance of idle or casual chatter. We're just having a chitchat, come on in.

chitchat

(ˈtʃɪt tʃæt)
1. n. talk; idle talk. That’s enough chitchat. Please get to work.
2. n. a short, friendly conversation. I’d like to have a little chitchat with you when you have time.
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maryam reviewed the ongoing development schemes in the constituency and had a chit-chat with the people.
"And the two groups also got together for a bit of a chit-chat afterwards too.
He said: "I've always enjoyed doing the paper round because you meet people and have a bit of a chit-chat, and it keeps me fit."
Once after a chit-chat for the Gazette, the friendly Lord remembering another Python classic told me: "I can't wait to phone John in LA to tell him I've just had a 40 minute argument!"
Try a chit-chat about how too many chores cut into homework time.