Definition of talker in US English:

talker

noun

  • 1A person who speaks or converses, often in a specified way.

    ‘a fast talker with an encyclopedic mind’
    ‘he's a persuasive talker and a forceful personality’
    • ‘Roughly 44 percent of 18-to-24-year-olds say they're very likely to tell talkers in movies to shut up.’
    • ‘I would advise business people not to listen to fast talkers.’
    • ‘You like to buy from straight talkers.’
    • ‘Edward is not attractive or dashing, and he is not a smooth talker.’
    • ‘Personally, I found him to be the funniest and most interesting talker of the group.’
    conversationalist, speaker, communicator
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    1. 1.1 A talkative person.
      ‘I was the talker of the group’
      ‘she's quite a talker, conversing and arguing with Henry’
      • ‘He is a listener rather than a talker, and sympathetic in an amused, ironic way.’
      • ‘Although she's not a big talker, her frustration is evident.’
      • ‘Sometimes talkers don't know when to stop talking.’
      • ‘Compared to me, a manic talker, Jane was silence itself.’
      • ‘The author is obsessed with words, creating characters who are themselves compulsive talkers.’
      chatterer, chatterbox, gossip
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Pronunciation

talker

/ˈtɔkər//ˈtôkər/