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Verb: natter  na-tu(r)
Usage: informal
  1. Talk socially without exchanging too much information
    "the men were sitting in the cafe and nattering";
    - chew the fat [informal], shoot the breeze [N. Amer, informal], chat, confabulate, confab [informal], chitchat [informal], chit-chat [informal], chatter, chaffer, gossip, jaw [informal], claver [UK, dialect], visit [N. Amer, informal], chew the rag [informal], gas [informal], gab [informal]
Noun: natter  na-tu(r)
Usage: informal
  1. An informal conversation
    - chat, confab [informal], confabulation, schmooze [informal], schmoose [informal], chin-wag [Brit, informal]

Derived forms: nattered, nattering, natters

Type of: conversation, converse, convo [Austral, informal], discourse

Encyclopedia: Natter