болтовня ; бормотание; тарабарщина ; трескотня ;
говорить быстро и невнятно; тараторить; бормотать; болтать; трещать
- To gossip: to natter, to prattle, to chatter, to tittle-tattle, to jabber, to jaw.
- I cannot remember us jabber of journos enjoying a joke more.
- "I can't stand her and her jabber any more, Ben," she was saying.
- Kinky jabber nabbed
- Franco continued to jabber away, his words interspersed with little outbursts of laughter.
- Oh no; she couldn't put up with that, not at this moment; and so, saying, "Stop your jabber and get on with your breakfast.
- First, of course, is the jabber of money, which might be represented as the blur on the top rung of a typewriter - - sums, subtractions, compound terrors and greeds.
- Having lived in Deptford all his life, Albie knew every jabber, snorter, speed-freak and pot-head in sixteen square miles.
- There was the jabber of a car horn in his ear.
- Stop your jabber.
- Don't go about much; no late returning in crowded streets from Earl's Court or elsewhere; no dissipating jabber and smoking and drinking with the Andrews where Helen was employed.
- Out of the jabber of syllables - the man's and the woman's - came her question.