例句1. a stream of idle chatter’
make sb.′s tooth chatter
Chatter (away);(of birds and monkeys)make short repeated high-pitched noises
Chatter (together);(of the teeth)strike together with a clicking sound because of cold or fear
Who chatters to you, will chatter of you.
[谚] 来说是非者, 必是是非人; 来向你搬弄是非者, 也必会向别人搬弄你的是非。
“If you chatter so much,” said Sir George Staunton, “you will have the boat on the grindstone.”
“”He′s a person who thinks words get in the way of communication,” says Roderick Hart, a lecturer in communication studies at the University of Texas, Bush′s home state. “He′s a person who believes in direct, no-nonsense chatter .””
Chatter suppression of CNC Lathes in Inside-Diameter Cutting
Application of Support Vector Regression in Predicting Cutting Chatter Trend
Who chatters to you, will chatter of you
Cut the chatter and get on with your work!
The staccato chatter of a machine-gun was heard again
Stop this eternal chatter !
chatter :a riblike marking on wood or metal, caused by vibration of a cutting tool.
Chatter Control in Sliding Variable Structure Control Systems
Review of Chatter Studies in Cold Rolling
Horizon Chatter in a single-roll Driving Temper Rolling Mill System
But the Bonn University team believes plants do more than chatter about aches and pains as if passing time in a doctor′s waiting room
the chatter of the enemy`s guns
Research on Cutting Chatter Control Based on ER Damper
As the movie came to an end the room filled with chatter . The warm fire, twinkling Christmas lights and laughter from family brought a contented smile to my face.
To talk rapidly and noisily;chatter .
To speak or chatter glibly and rapidly.
Thoughtless, prolonged talk; chatter .
Who chatters to you will chatter of you
Who chatters to you will chatter of you.
Replacing old or split wiper blades will help eliminate smearing or chatter as the wipers travel across the glass, and contribute to a more relaxing journey.
The chatter of monkeys
The monkeys were chatter ing away in the trees.
chatter(ing) of brushes
1.A series of short, quick high-pitched sounds.
‘the starlings’ constant _chatter_ ’
‘Apart that is from the corridor to the toilets where a tape plays farmyard noises and birds’ _chatter_ .’
2.Electronic or radio communication, especially between individuals being monitored by a government agency as a result of suspected involvement in terrorist activity or espionage.
‘officials refused to comment on a news report that the patrols were resumed due to increased Internet _chatter_ ’
‘We have no imminent threat. We have a lot of _chatter_ out there, but no imminent threat of a biological or chemical attack.’
‘he was full of inconsequential but amusing _chatter_ ’
‘I made idle _chatter_ with Jeremy to take my mind off it.’
4.Undesirable vibration in a mechanism.
‘the wipers should operate without _chatter_ ’
‘The direct-drive AC spindle eliminates the use of gears or belts to drive the spindle and reduces vibration and _chatter_ .’
1.(of a bird, monkey, or machine) make a series of short, quick high-pitched sounds.
‘parrots _chattered_ in the sunlight’
‘The monkey _chattered_ fearfully and quickly jumped back into the midst of the tree leaves.’
2.(of a person's teeth) click repeatedly together from cold or fear.
‘his teeth were _chattering_ ’
‘The rain turned from warm and pleasurable to cold and assaulting, and my teeth _chattered_ , my words stammered, because of it.’
3.Talk informally about unimportant matters.
‘she was _chattering_ about her holiday’
‘We’d had our bit of excitement and the kids were busy _chattering_ about what had happened as they walked down the halls.’
独上高台望四海 手揽云月傍天飞， 落叶重重已十月 归鸟凄凄啼心扉。