Expressions used in Everyday Spoken English in Social and Professional contexts
full of chat
full of chat
1) be talkative and outgoing
How to MemorizePopularity HighProfessional HighSocial
the child/person was full of chat
To 'chat' means to talk informally or socially to someone. To be 'full of chat' is to have lots to talk about with others or to make a lot of conversation with others. Someone who is full of chat is generally and going and comfortable in social situations. This is a colloquial phrase often used in social situations.
Social Examples (Basic)
Mynephew is full of chat around strangers. We can't stop him talking!
The charismaticsalesman was full of chat when closing a sale with a client.
Professional Examples (Basic)
In a customer-facing role, I'd prefer someone who is bubbly and full of chatrather than someone who is shy and reserved.
The client was really happy with our work, she wasfull of chat and invited us to dinner this evening.
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