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    chatter查询结果如下:

    音标:['tʃætə(r)] 现在分词:chattering
    过去式:chattered 过去分词:chattered
    名词复数:chatters 第三人称单数:chatters
    基本释义/说明: vt. 喋喋(不休);饶舌;
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    n.
    ①饶舌,喋喋不休;
    dislike chatter at the best of times
    在最宝贵的时间讨厌说话没完没了的.
    ②机器的震颤声;枪的连续响声;牙齿的打战声;流水潺潺声;动物的连续叫声;鸟类的连续鸣叫声;
    the chatter of the enemy`s guns
    敌人炮火的连击声.
    the chatter of sparrows
    麻雀的啁啾声.
    vi.
    ①喋喋不休地说;
    ②[英方]撕碎;
    vt.
    ①喋喋(不休);饶舌;
    I wish you`d stop chattering on about things you don`t understand.
    我希望你应停止喋喋不休地谈论你所不明白的事情.
    ②(鸟)啁啾;(猿)啸;(溪流)潺潺;(机器)震颤;
    The monkeys were chattering away in the trees.
    猴子在树林中吱吱叫着.
    ③(因冷或恐惧)牙齿打战;
    I was so cold my teeth were chattering.
    我冷得牙齿打战.
    -扩展释义
    vt. 【计算机】
    震颤(唠叨);n.振动声
    n. 【机械】
    振动,振荡
    vi.
    1. 喋喋不休唠叨[(+about)]2. (鸟)鸣啭;(松鼠、猴子等)吱吱叫[(+away)]3. (溪流等)潺潺作声;(发抖时牙齿)格格响;(机枪等)哒哒连发vt.1. 喋喋不休地说2. 声音含糊地发出3. 使打颤;使卡嗒卡嗒作声n.[U]1. 唠叨饶舌2. 啁啾声;吱吱声;潺潺声;格格声;哒哒声
    n. 【化学】
    刀震;唠叨
    The usual chatter of young mothers was unknown to her, and any discussions about children would be of a serious nature.
    她从来没有象一般年轻母亲那样叽叽喳喳地唠叨个没完。每当谈起孩子们时,她总是讲些严肃的事儿。
    -同义词和反义词
    -chatter的不同词性形态

    形容词 变体/同根词

    (informal) Of a person, chatting a lot or fond of chatting. || (informal) Of a text or speech, expressed in a conversational style. || (WWI slang) Infested with chats, ie, lice
    “She′s quite a chatty person.”
    “Your review should be less friendly or chatty and more technical and serious than your previous writing.”
    “I was behaving in my normal chatty self and acting as if I knew them for a hundred years as usual.”
    Devoid of chat.
    “Of course, the iPhone itself doesn′t have any chat programs, like AIM, Yahoo Messenger, or MSN Messenger. But that doesn′t mean you have to remain chatless.”
    Tending to chatter
    “It amazes me every time I come to stay here how loud and chattery the birds are.”
    “The opening onslaught is again a bit too chattery, as this large group seems to work best when they rein in their more voluble tendencies.”
    “My nose is going to be red and sniffly and my eyes are going to be watery and my teeth are going to be chattery and I won′t be numb at all.”
    somewhat chattery
    Characterised by chatter or chattering

    名词 变体/同根词

    (colloquial, dated) chattering
    (slang,极少使用) A long period of chatting.
    the state of being chatty
    “The result is a mixture of formality and chattiness which seems to me all wrong.”
    “She appears to have no friends, in spite of her chattiness with strangers at a bus stop.”
    “Despite the deceptive chattiness of his writing, he sweated over every line, often suffering from paralysing writers′ block.”
    People who chat, argue and debate.
    “The newspaper the Guardian, together with its Sunday sister the Observer, are the liberal papers of choice among the middle-class chatterati.”
    “The ink on the index finger seems to have replaced the tattoo as the latest fashion statement among the chatterati and the twitterati.”
    “The problem is when the chatterati prefers a suave, polished and TVgenic dictator over a rustic politician and berates the unsophisticated desi.”
    (Internet) A log of an online chat between users.
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