jabber about (someone or something)

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jabber about (someone or something)

1. To talk about someone or something in a rapid, babbling, or indecipherable manner. Once those two start jabbering about basketball, I hardly understand a thing they're saying.
2. To chat casually about someone or something. Oh, we're just jabbering about the weather—come on in.
See also: jabber

jabber about someone or something

 
1. to talk or chat very informally about someone or something. Who are they jabbering about? Those kids are jabbering about school again.
2. to talk unintelligibly about someone or something. Is she jabbering about whatever comes to mind? She is jabbering about something, but we can't understand her.
See also: jabber
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Speaking of that lot, Phil Thompson was on Sky Sports the other day jabbering about West Ham's keeper.
No wonder, what with all that math, that my pretty little head can't make sense out of all the jabbering about the imminent destruction of Social Security.
Mrs Thatcher was pictured in front of Churchill's statue in Parliament Square jabbering about "Winston's vision" of Europe coming together.