Synonyms of chat in English:

chat


See definition of chat

noun

1‘I popped into Gill's house for a chat’

SYNONYMS

talk, conversation, gossip, chatter, chitter-chatter, heart-to-heart, tête-à-tête, powwow, blether, blather

conference, discussion, dialogue, exchange

Indian adda

informal jaw, gas, confab, gabber

British informal natter, chinwag, rabbit

Northern English Scottish informal crack

North American informal rap, bull session, gabfest

Australian informal convo

formal confabulation

rare colloquy


verb

1‘they sat and chatted with their guests’

SYNONYMS

talk, gossip, chatter, chitter-chatter, speak, converse, have a conversation, engage in conversation, tittle-tattle, prattle, jabber, jibber-jabber, babble, prate, go on, run on

communicate

British talk nineteen to the dozen

Irish Scottish slabber

informal gas, have a confab, jaw, chew the rag, chew the fat, yap, yak, yackety-yak, yabber, gabber, yatter, yammer, powwow

British informal natter, witter, rabbit, chunter, waffle, have a chinwag, chinwag

North American informal shoot the breeze, shoot the bull, visit

NZ Australian informal mag

formal confabulate

archaic twaddle, twattle, clack, claver


Phrases

    chat someone up

      ‘he cornered her in the canteen and tried to chat her up’

      SYNONYMS

      flirt with, make up to, make advances to, make overtures to, romance

      come on to, give the come-on to, make eyes at, make sheep's eyes at, be all over

      dated

      make love to, set one's cap at