Synonyms of chatter in English:


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1‘a stream of idle chatter’

chat, talk, gossip, chit-chat, chitter-chatter, patter, jabbering, jabber, prattling, prattle, babbling, babble, tittle-tattle, tattle, blathering, blather, blethering, blether, rambling, gibbering
conversation, dialogue, discourse
informal gab, gabber, yak, yackety-yak, yabbering, yammering, yattering, yapping, jawing, chewing the fat, chewing the rag, confab
British informal chinwagging, nattering, wittering, waffling, waffle, chuntering, rabbiting on
formal confabulation
archaic clack, claver, twaddle, twattle
rare colloquy


1‘they chattered excitedly throughout the journey’

chat, talk, gossip, chitter-chatter, speak, converse, have a conversation, engage in conversation, tittle-tattle, prattle, jabber, jibber-jabber, babble, prate, go on, run on
British talk nineteen to the dozen
Scottish, Irish slabber
informal gas, have a confab, jaw, chew the rag, chew the fat, yap, yak, yackety-yak, yabber, gabber, yatter, yammer
British informal natter, witter, rabbit, chunter, waffle, have a chinwag, chinwag
North American informal shoot the breeze, visit
Australian, New Zealand informal mag
formal confabulate
archaic twaddle, twattle, clack, claver