Spanish Word for chitchat  

English Word: chitchat

Spanish Word: charla
The Spanish Word for chitchat
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Translated sentences containing 'chitchat'
Again with the chitchat?
¿Otra vez de cháchara?

All the rest is just idle chit-chat.
Todo lo demás son palabrerías.
It must be something more than just polite chit-chat.
Debe ser algo más que una charla política.
I believe that everything else is just idle chitchat.
Todo lo demás no pasa de ser una cháchara inútil.
The proposals to create deep geological disposal facilities by specific deadlines are so poorly substantiated that they are in fact no more than idle chitchat.
Las propuestas de crear instalaciones de vertido geológico profundo dentro de plazos específicos están tan escasamente sustanciadas que de hecho no son más que simple palabrería.
We are backing up those who say that approving the accounts is just parliamentary chit-chat, that it does not mean anything and that we can carry on swindling people.
Estamos apoyando a los que dicen que la aprobación de las cuentas solo es charla parlamentaria, que no significa nada y que podemos continuar estafando a las personas.
Instead of tackling the problems – lack of growth, unemployment, tensions in the countryside and in the cities – the Commission and Parliament are advocating dialogue and forums, in other words 'idle chit-chat'.
En vez de atacar los problemas: la falta de crecimiento, el desempleo y las tensiones en el campo y en la ciudad, la Comisión y el Parlamento preconizan el diálogo, los foros, en breve «la cháchara».
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