[ US /ˈɡæb/ ]
[ UK /ɡˈæb/ ]
VERB
  1. talk profusely
    she was yakking away about her grandchildren
NOUN
  1. light informal conversation for social occasions
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How To Use gab In A Sentence

  • The buildings are usually gabled, with rows of tiles along the ridges of the roofs.
  • In 2005, the Mugabe government launched what it called a slum clearance scheme, that bulldozed major shantytowns, brutally displacing hundreds of thousands of people. CNN Transcript Mar 24, 2007
  • For high-definition video, the umi needs an Internet connection that can send, or upload, data at 1.5 megabits per second, higher than that of typical DSL or cable services. Cisco Launches 'Umi' Telepresence Box To Turn TVs Into Videophones
  • You can use standard wireless technology in hand-helds that have a huge capacity - they can have up to 250 megabytes now.
  • ‘Players in megabucks tournaments might have great ability in one area, whereas the players on tour have great ability in all areas,’ he says.
  • Gabrielle had a sudden urge to plunge into the cool lake like before.
  • There followed seventeen years of sectarian vagabondage: founded in 1830, the sect settled in Kirtland, Ohio, Jackson, Missouri, and Nauvoo, Illinois, reaching Great Salt Lake Valley, Utah, in 1847.
  • Rubiochico,) "which was fast swamping the sparkling stars, like a bright river flowing over diamonds, when the old gander again set up his gabblement and trumpeted more loudly than before. Tom Cringle's Log
  • Take your time and don't gabble!
  • In the event, Gabriel got work with a road crew, digging up the streets of north London for cable companies; Andrea, again unable to persuade a bank to give her an interview, took up house- cleaning.
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