chat

A name for real-time conferencing.

CHAT

Conversational Hypertext Access Technology [Internet]

chat

[n] - an informal conversation 2. [v] - chew the fat
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Chat

Chat intransitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Chatted ; present participle & verbal noun Chatting .] [ From Chatter . √22.] To talk in a light and familiar manner; to converse without form or ceremony; to gossip. Sh...
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Chat

Chat transitive verb To talk of. [ Obsolete]
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Chat

Chat noun 1. Light, familiar talk; conversation; gossip. « Snuff, or fan, supply each pause of chat , With singing, laughing, ogling, and all that. Pope. » 2. (Zoology) A bird of the genus Icteria , allied to the warblers, in America. The best...
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chat

confab noun an informal conversation
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Chat

• (v. i.) To talk in a light and familiar manner; to converse without form or ceremony; to gossip. • (n.) Small stones with ore. • (v. t.) To talk of. • (n.) A bird of the genus Icteria, allied to the warblers, in America. The best known species are the yellow-breasted chat (I. viridis), and the long-tailed chat (I. longicauda)....
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chat

any of several songbirds (suborder Passeres, order Passeriformes) named for their harsh, chattering notes.
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Chat

[magazine] Chat is a British weekly women`s magazine, published through the IPC Media group, and edited by Kit Williams. The magazine includes mostly real life stories. The magazine also includes weekly features such as: Ooo...Spooky! and Ruth the Truth, Your Stars, Ahh Kids, Write to Chat, Blimey! That`s clever, and On the Telly, among oth...
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chat

A private voice chat. You can chat with one person at a time but you can have multiple channels of chat open. Switch back and forth whenever you like.
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chat

computer conference in which participants exchange messages in real-time without storing them on a server or in a database
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Chat

Typed conversation that you can have with other players at an online poker site (or any online gathering, for that matter).
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chat

chat, name applied to several Old World perching birds, such as the wheatear (see thrush), the whinchat, and the stonechat, and to a common American warbler.
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Chat

Chat is the popular name of birds of the genus Saxicola, family Sylviadae or warblers. They are small, lively birds, moving incessantly and rapidly about in pursuit of the insects on which they chiefly live. There are three species found in Britain, the stone-chat, whin-chat, and wheatear. The yellow-breasted chat of the United States is a larger b...
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chat

On the Internet, the real-time exchange of messages between users of a particular system. Chat allows people who are geographically far apart to type messages to each other that are sent and received instantly. Chat or instant messaging may be offered in a dedicated application program such as Microsoft Messenger or may be a facility offered as...
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Chat

[bird] Chats (formerly sometimes known as `chat-thrushes`) are a group of small Old World insectivorous birds formerly{When|date=February 2010} classified as members of the thrush family Turdidae, but now{Vague|date=February 2010} considered Old World flycatchers. The name is normally applied to the more robust ground-feeding flycatchers fo...
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chat

is interaction on a web site, with a number of people adding text items one after the other into the same space at (almost) the same time. A place for chat
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Chat

Real-time interaction between two or more parties on a Web site or Web application. Chat between two parties is also known as Instant Messaging.
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