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An intransitive verb is one that does not require a direct object (e.g. The man sneezed.).
1. (general)
a. hablar de nimiedades
Can you please get to the point? I don't have time to small-talk today.¿Puedes ir al grano? Hoy no tengo tiempo para hablar de nimiedades.
b. estar de cháchara
Do you know Alice? - We small-talked at your wedding, but I don't really know her.¿Conoces a Alice? - Estuvimos de cháchara en tu boda, pero en realidad no la conozco.
c. parlotear
Parents were small-talking outside the school.Los padres parloteaban a la entrada de la escuela.
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