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Definition of chinwag

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Other terms relating to 'British, UK slang (list of)':

Definitions include: acronym for "good looking mum", used on medical charts by doctors in the UK.
Definitions include: annoyed.
Definitions include: very ugly.
Definitions include: to steal money from an organization of which one is a member; "embezzle".
Definitions include: used to state a negative response to a question which is stronger than "no."
Definitions include: a sandwich.
Definitions include: to spend time on a non-productive activity; "waste time".
Definitions include: really bad, unfashionable, or of very low quality.
Definitions include: Origin British, slang for money.
Definitions include: an AK-47 assault rifle.
Definitions include: a wealthy, upper-class person.
Definitions include: to steal.
Definitions include: a person in a subordinate position - usually a young person.
Definitions include: The BBC: British Broadcasting Company.
Definitions include: related to immorality or illegality.

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

Definitions include: a lot of talk; "babble".
Definitions include: gossip, secret information.
Definitions include: to call on a telephone.
Definitions include: negative information about a person or organization.
Definitions include: excited.
Definitions include: the inside information.
Definitions include: to gossip.
Definitions include: inside information; "gossip".
Definitions include: secret or incriminating.
Definitions include: basic facts.
Definitions include: very good, excellent; "cool".
Definitions include: a ride in a motor vehicle.
Definitions include: a true back-story or set of facts.
Definitions include: idle talk.
Definitions include: Gossip, Fun, Cheeky Chat.

Other terms relating to 'to say, speak, talk':

Definitions include: to talk at length.
Definitions include: to mention or ask something that a person doesn't want to talk about.
Definitions include: previously texted.
Definitions include: about to be remembered.
Definitions include: to speak unwisely.
Definitions include: to say.
Definitions include: to talk incessantly.
Definitions include: a person who talks excessively.
Definitions include: to speak rather than resort to violence.
Definitions include: "conversation".
Definitions include: to converse.
Definitions include: to chat.
Definitions include: to vomit.
Definitions include: incessant, idle talk.
Definitions include: idle talk.

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Definitions include: an insult.
Definitions include: a lot of.
Definitions include: what's up, what's going on...
Definitions include: anger experienced trying to open sealed plastic packaging.
Definitions include: diarrhea.
Definitions include: To hit on.
Definitions include: "the projects".
Definitions include: "should have".
Definitions include: very good, excellent; "cool"; "awesome".
Definitions include: used to describe a person, place, or thing that's excessively showy or extravagant.

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