[ US /ˈtɔks/ ]
[ UK /tˈɔːks/ ]
  1. a discussion intended to produce an agreement
    the buyout negotiation lasted several days
    they disagreed but kept an open dialogue
    talks between Israelis and Palestinians
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How To Use talks In A Sentence

  • When the Mexican chair of the meeting declared the talks formally closed there were whoops of delight from the African delegates.
  • She talks to doctors and parents about the risks, finding that a number object to the jab and fear it will promote promiscuity. The Sun
  • Minister for Defence Robert Hill talks with an Australian Army captain and warrant officer at a Middle East base.
  • But I am uncomfortable with the way he talks me into buying and wearing the costumes. The Sun
  • He always talks about her to me, and I feel so uncomfortable and miserable.
  • Japan had hoped that the resumption of talks in September would help the countries settle the issue and stave off mounting cries on both sides for further escalation.
  • It talks about the cost of carnivory and dietary groups based on the weight of the carnivore. The evolution of vampires
  • The committee is hoping to invite several people to give talks atthe launch and the usual story tellers will also be present.
  • He has also helped mediate peace talks in Burundi.
  • This recent wave of terrorism has ruled out any chance of peace talks.
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