Romain Thieffry, one of four partners in the business, joins us for a chat.
An ER doctor can chat with a dermatologist via Glass, and the dermatologist can hear and see everything the ER physician does.
There are chat Heads, a new way of messaging with friends and family.
Maybe it was the setting, an afternoon chat in the White House on Super Bowl Sunday.
Hearing from these women encouraged me to chat with someone on the other side of that fence.
Alack, I cannot sleep a wink myself, so as sorrow loves sympathy, I came to have a chat with you.
I was on my way to call on you; but if you will step in to see Mrs Enderby, we can have our chat there.
She is ready for a chat, but can impart no information whatever concerning the monuments in her charge.
"I'm glad of that; we can have a chat," said Hurd, producing his pipe.
He was working in his garden one day, setting out fruit trees, when a neighbor came along and stopped to chat.
mid-15c., "talk idly, babble," short for chatter (v.). Meaning "to converse familiarly" is from 1550s. Sense of "flirt with, ingratiate oneself with" (in later use often with up (adv.)) is from 1898. Related: Chatted; chatting.
1520s, "chatter, frivolous talk;" see chat (v.). Meaning "familiar conversation" is from 1570s. Chat show, for what in U.S. is a talk show, attested from 1969. Chat room in the online sense is attested by 1994, from the days when AOL ruled the Web.
The capability of exchanging personal messages on a computer network: As you play, you can exchange typedmessages—that'sa featurecalled ''chat'' incomputer lingo—with other players (1980+ Computer)