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A lot. Often used in the phrase "talk for England," meaning to talk a lot. Whenever I'm with Miranda, she just talks for England, and I can't get a word in!
See also: England
he/she can talk/eat, etc. for EnglandBRITISH, INFORMAL
If you say that someone can talk/eat, etc. for England, you mean that they do that thing a lot. That woman can talk for England.