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 Übersetzung für 'Chatter' von Englisch nach Deutsch
NOUN1   chatter | -
NOUN2   a chatter | chatters
VERB   to chatter | chattered | chattered
chattering | chatters
SYNO cackle | chatter | chattering | ...
to chatterschwatzen
434
to chatterschnattern
327
to chatterplaudern
218
to chatter [teeth]klappern [Zähne]
174
to chatterplappern [ugs.]
55
to chatterzwitschern
23
to chatterflattern [Ski]
15
to chattersich unterhalten
Substantive
chatterGeplapper {n} [ugs.]
383
chatterGequatsche {n} [ugs.]
93
chatterGerede {n} [ugs.]
76
chatterGeschnatter {n} [ugs.] [fig.]
60
chatterStörgeräusch {n}
53
chatterGeschwätz {n}
24
chatterZähneklappern {n}
19
chatterGequake {n} [ugs.] [Geschwätz]
8
Internet
chatter
Chatter {m}
8
Internet
chatter [female]
Chatterin {f}
8
chatter [prattle]Kakeln {n} [nordd.] [Schwatzen]
2 Wörter: Andere
tech.tools
chatter-free {adj}
ratterfrei
2 Wörter: Verben
to chatter (on)zutexten [ugs.] [viel reden]
to chatter awaylosplappern
to chatter awayweitertratschen
to chatter incessantlyunaufhörlich schnattern
2 Wörter: Substantive
electr.
(contact) chatter
Kontaktprellen {n}
(ski) chatterFlattern {n} des Skis
tech.
chatter mark
Rattermarke {f}
tech.
chatter marks
Rattermarken {pl}
tech.
chatter vibration
Ratterschwingung {f}
chatter-boxKlatschbase {f}
chatter-boxKlatschtante {f}
empty chatter [empty talk]leeres Geschwätz {n} [ugs.] [pej.]
vain chatter [empty talk]leeres Geschwätz {n} [ugs.] [pej.]
3 Wörter: Verben
to chatter (on) to sb.jdn. volllabern [ugs.] [pej.]
idiom
to chatter (on) to sb.
jdm. die Ohren vollblasen [ugs.] [pej.]
4 Wörter: Verben
idiom
to chatter like a magpie
schnattern / schwatzen wie eine Elster [ugs.]
36 Übersetzungen
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  • Chatter {m} = chatter
  • Chatter {pl} = chatters
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • CNBC was accused by the Obama administration of "cable chatter"—the excessive and sometimes brutal discussion on a particular topic, often one-sided.
  • The fasciated antshrike makes a variety of calls, including lazy plaintive whistles and a rattle-like chatter.
  • The songs on "Songs for the Deaf" are interluded by staged bits of radio chatter with guest DJs.
  • The "C. latirostris" chatter is done by both the male and the female. Like the note of a Ruby-crowned Kinglet ("Regulus calendula") the chatter sounds like a rapid "chi-dit".
  • A certain amount of Plaintext inter-operator "chatter" is also provided, and may help with the analysis.

  • This, too, allows authors to reuse topics, and combine several independent topics to create a smarter chatter-bot.
  • Good chatter-free results can usually be had by countersinking by hand (as opposed to running the tool in a powered spindle).
  • Wide form tools create more heat and usually are problematic for chatter.
  • Dawn, the eager newbie got offside with Sass Warner (Lucy Lovegrove) with her inane chatter and continued references to her boyfriend Dave.
  • In 2015 (spring), social media chatter indicated Nagat was receiving physiotherapy and there were some concerns about her health.

  • Sealed contacts with mercury-wetted contacts have longer operating lives and less contact chatter than any other kind of relay.
  • Toshiaki Sasaki, recognized as the world's number one chatter ring player visited New Zealand for a twelve-day tour to support and promote the re-release of the rings.
  • A chatter call is given as an alarm, somewhat similar to that of the Baltimore oriole or Bullock's oriole.
  • Eudossia leaves, and the girls talk happily, while the chatter turns to witchcraft.
  • Still Life: The players are split up into three groups: one group has three players that are a kid at heart; the other two players are either a chatter box or someone with a good eye.

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