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Other terms relating to 'information, gossip, speech, talk':

Definitions include: an informal chat.
Definitions include: to call on a telephone.
Definitions include: a lot of talk; "babble".
Definitions include: excited.
Definitions include: See the 411.
Definitions include: information.
Definitions include: gossip, secret information.
Definitions include: a greeting similar in form to "What's up?" or "What's crackin'?", but more related to new trends on the Internet.
Definitions include: personal information about a person (for example: their real name, home address, phone number) that has been released on the web.
Definitions include: Gossip, Fun, Cheeky Chat.
Definitions include: very good, excellent; "cool".
Definitions include: a conversation or speech designed to raise a person or group's mood or confidence.
Definitions include: secret or incriminating.
Definitions include: the inside information.
Definitions include: See the 411.

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Other terms relating to 'abc':

Definitions include: "anything but clothes party".

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