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Такође погледајте: CHAT, Chat, chất, chắt, chặt, и chật

English language.svg Енглески

Pronunciation

  • МФА(кључ): /t͡ʃæt/
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  • Риме: -æt

Etymology 1

Abbreviation of chatter. The bird sense refers to the sound of its call.

Verb

chat (third-person singular simple present chats, present participle chating, simple past and past participle chated)

Two people chatting. (1) (2)
  1. To be engaged in informal conversation.
    She chatted with her friend in the cafe.
    I like to chat over a coffee with a friend.
  2. To talk more than a few words.
    I met my old friend in the street, so we chatted for a while.
  3. (transitive) To talk of; to discuss.
    They chatted politics for a while.
    • 2014, Lenny Smith, Choices, strana 43:
      We would get totally stoned and usually drunk too and chat a load of nonsense into the small hours.
  4. To exchange text or voice messages in real time through a computer network, as if having a face-to-face conversation.
    Do you want to chat online later?
Translations
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Noun

chat (countable and uncountable, plural chats)

  1. (countable, uncountable) Informal conversation.
    It'd be cool to meet up again soon and have a quick chat.
    1. A conversation to stop an argument or settle a situation.
  2. An exchange of text or voice messages in real time through a computer network, resembling a face-to-face conversation.
  3. (internet) A chat room.
    • 1997, Meg Booker, The Insider's Guide to America Online (page 256)
      While there are chats for various interest groups (games, Internet, sports), you can also []
  4. (metonymically, typically with definite article, video gaming) The entirety of users in a chat room or a single member thereof.
    The Chat just made a joke about my poor skillz.
  5. Any of various small Old World passerine birds in the muscicapid tribe Saxicolini or subfamily Saxicolinae that feed on insects.
  6. Any of several small Australian honeyeaters in the genus Epthianura.
Derived terms
Translations
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Etymology 2

Compare chit (small piece of paper), and chad.[1]

Noun

chat

  1. A small potato, such as is given to swine.

References

  1. William Safire, The Right Word in the Right Place at the Right Time, p. 43, Simon and Schuster, 2007 →ISBN.

Etymology 3

Origin unknown.

Noun

chat (plural chats)

  1. (mining, local use) Mining waste from lead and zinc mines.
    • 2006, Thomas Pynchon, Against the Day, Vintage 2007, p. 441:
      Frank had been looking at calcite crystals for a while now [...] among the chats or zinc tailings of the Lake County mines, down here in the silver lodes of the Vita Madre and so forth.
Translations

Etymology 4

From thieves' cant.

Alternative forms

Noun

chat (plural chats)

  1. (British, Australia, NZ, WWI military slang) A louse (small, parasitic insect).
    • 1977, Mary Emily Pearce, Apple Tree Lean Down, page 520:
      'Do officers have chats, then, the same as us?'
      'Not the same, no. The chats they got is bigger and better, with pips on their shoulders and Sam Browne belts.'
    • 2007, How Can I Sleep when the Seagull Calls? →ISBN, page 18:
      May a thousand chats from Belgium crawl under their fingers as they write.
    • 2013, Graham Seal, The Soldiers' Press: Trench Journals in the First World War, →ISBN, strana 149:
      Trench foot was a nasty and potentially fatal foot disease commonly caused by these conditions, in which chats or body lice were the bane of all.

Etymology 5

Noun

chat (plural chats)

  1. Alternative form of chaat

Anagrams


Antillean Creole

Etymology

From Француски chat.

Noun

chat

  1. cat

Dutch

Pronunciation

Etymology 1

Borrowed from Енглески chat.

Noun

chat m (plural chats, diminutive chatje n)

  1. chat (online conversation)
  2. chat (online conversation platform)
Derived terms

Etymology 2

See the etymology of the main entry.

Verb

chat

  1. first-, second- and third-person singular present indicative of chatten
  2. imperative of chatten

Anagrams


Map-Francophone World.svg Француски

Un chat.
Француски Википедија има чланак на:
Википедија fr

Etymology 1

From Средњи Француски chat, from Стари Француски chat, from Рани Латински cattus.

Pronunciation

Noun

chat m (plural chats, feminine chatte)

  1. cat (feline)
    • 1910, Henry-D. Davray & B. Kozakiewicz (tr.), La Guerre dans les airs, translation of The War in the Air by H. G. Wells, strana 335:
      Soudain, d’un seul élan, cela se précipita sur lui, avec un miaulement plaintif et la queue droite. C’était un jeune chat, menu et décharné, qui frottait sa tête contre les jambes de Bert, en ronronnant.
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  2. (male) cat, tom, tomcat
  3. tag, tig (children’s game)
Derived terms
Related terms

See also

Etymology 2

Borrowed from Енглески chat.

Pronunciation

Noun

chat m (plural chats)

  1. (Internet) chat (online discussion)
    Синоним: tchat
Derived terms

Further reading


Haitian Creole

Etymology

From Француски chat, chatte.

Noun

chat

  1. cat
  2. (colloquial) thief
  3. pussy (genitals)

Iban

Etymology

From Мин Нан (chhat).

Noun

chat

  1. paint (substance)

Irish

Pronunciation

Noun

chat m

  1. Шаблон:ga-lenition of

Italian language.svg Италијански

Etymology 1

Borrowed from Енглески chat.

Pronunciation

Lua грешка in Модул:it-pronunciation at line 1561: attempt to call field 'insertIfNot' (a nil value).

Noun

chat f (plural #)

  1. chat (informal conversation via computer)
Derived terms
See also

Etymology 2

From Somali [Term?].

Pronunciation

Noun

chat m (plural #)

  1. chat (leaf chewed by people in North Africa and the Middle East)
    Синоним: khat

Middle French

Etymology

From Стари Француски chat, from Рани Латински cattus.

Noun

chat m (plural chats or chatz, feminine singular chatte, feminine plural chattes)

  1. cat (animal)

Descendants

  • Француски: chat

Norwegian Nynorsk

Alternative forms

Etymology

Borrowed from Енглески chat.

Pronunciation

Noun

chat m (definite singular chaten, indefinite plural chatar, definite plural chatane)

  1. (Internet) a chat

References


Old French

Alternative forms

  • cat (Picardy, Anglo-Norman)
  • kat (Picardy, Anglo-Norman)

Etymology

From Рани Латински cattus.

Noun

chat m (oblique plural chaz or chatz, nominative singular chaz or chatz, nominative plural chat)

  1. cat (animal)

Related terms

Descendants

  • Средњи Француски: chat
    • Француски: chat

Polish

Пољски Википедија има чланак на:
Википедија pl

Etymology 1

Unadapted borrowing од Енглески chat.

Pronunciation

Noun

chat m inan

  1. (Internet) Алтернативно спеловање од czat.
Declension
Derived terms
adjective
verb

Etymology 2

See the etymology of the main entry.

Pronunciation

Noun

chat f

  1. genitive plural of chata

Further reading

  • chat in Wielki słownik języka polskiego, Instytut Języka Polskiego PAN
  • chat in Polish dictionaries at PWN

Portuguese language.png Португалски

Etymology

Unadapted borrowing од Енглески chat.

Pronunciation

Noun

chat m (plural chats)

  1. (Internet) chat room
    Синоним: (chiefly Brazil) bate-papo

Romanian

Etymology

Unadapted borrowing од Енглески chat.

Noun

chat n (uncountable)

  1. chat Галицијски

Declension

Шаблон:ro-decl-noun-single


Spanish language.svg Шпански

Etymology

Borrowed from Енглески chat.

Pronunciation

МФА(кључ): /ˈt͡ʃad/, [ˈt͡ʃað]

Noun

chat m (plural chats)

  1. chat (exchange of text or voice messages in real time through a computer network)
  2. chat, chat room

Derived terms

Further reading


Tagalog

Etymology

Unadapted borrowing од Енглески chat.

Noun

chat

  1. chat Галицијски

Derived terms


Flag of Turkey.svg Турски


Turkish

Etymology

Unadapted borrowing од Енглески chat.

Pronunciation

Noun

chat (definite accusative chati, plural chatler)

  1. chat (exchange of text or voice messages in real time through a computer network)
  2. chat room

Derived terms

Declension

Шаблон:tr-infl-noun-c