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talker

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtalkertalk‧er /ˈtɔːkə $ ˈtɒːkər/ noun [countable]  informalTALK TO somebody someone who talks a lot or talks in a particular way Media people need to be good talkers and skilled negotiators. Mom thinks he’s a smooth talker (=someone who is polite and pleasant but who you do not trust).
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talkerI was a talker, too, although not to that degree, but a definite, moderate talker.He was popular and outgoing; he was intelligent; he was an amusing talker.They're considered the best talkers, and fetch high prices as pets.Will's a fast talker.Only 2.4 percent slow talkers experienced later problems.And she was some talker, old Eva.
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