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talk of (someone or something)
1. verb To discuss, speak about, speculate on, etc., someone or something. We had talked of dissolving the company, but I don't think we'll go down that road just yet. I could overhear the officers talking of someone who sounded awfully similar to my friend Michael.
2. noun Discussions, speculations, rumors, etc., about something. There has been talk of mass layovers in the company. Any talk of insurrection is done in the lowest of whispers in the police state.
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talk of someone or something
to speak about someone or something. Weren't we talking of old Mrs. Watson just now? We were just talking of old times—happier times.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.