English words and Examples of Usage

use "chat" in a sentence

At that point, coach Mike Leach had a little chat with his offense.

You can read a full transcript of the Q&A in the chat window above.

I need to be fresh for Sunday as well so we'll chat about it and see.

Smollett confirmed that he is gay during a chat with Ellen DeGeneres.

The cast appeared onstage after the film too, to chat about their roles.

I will also do a live chat around 4:30 p.m. each day to answer questions.

Lawrence MacAulay said he had a chance to meet and chat with some locals.

The actor focused his chat on the changing dynamics of the film business.

In non-marketing-speak, that means the app has a group chat function.

At the same time, a chat head-like icon pops up on the side of your display.

Join the conversation in a live chat here on Monday April 27 from 7 to 8 p.m.

The half-hour chat between Rubin and Segall was informative and entertaining.

The opposition leader did not chit-chat or “feign interest” in Brison’s life.

We ooh and ahh as the leads chat in flawless French with local market vendors.

Our 24 hour Lifeline, chat and text programs are contacted by youth every day.

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