chat about

chat about (someone or something)

To talk about something, often casually or informally. Oh, you're not interrupting, we're just chatting about our kids—come on in! Do you have a minute to chat about this issue in the code?
See also: chat

chat about someone or something

to talk idly or informally about someone or something. We need to chat about Molly. I want to chat about your expenditures a little.
See also: chat
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Joe sent a BRB (be right back) message to his online study group, signaling his intent to multitask during their chat about adult education in America.
At 50 [micro]M, physostigmine evoked loss of more than one-third of the cells (Figure 5A) while reducing ChAT about 20% relative to DNA (Figure 5B) or 25% relative to protein (Figure 5C).
Women tend to be more drawn to the topic areas of our chat rooms, so they will go and chat about what it's like to be an ex-Catholic, for example.
So chat about the new math teacher or the science fair to get things rolling.
The new NataChata Teen service - aimed at teenagers of both sexes - is capable of chatting to users about a range of topics that teenagers like to chat about. Similarly, the NataChata Kids version provides the same text-chat service but the content is tailored towards the younger mobile phone user.