To engage in small talk or gossip.(verb-intransitive)
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Use "chitchat" in a sentence
"More to the point, one wonders whether this sort of chitchat is really authentic enough to justify its dullness."
"He has things to do before he takes the field against the archrival Dodgers, and idle chitchat is not one of them."
"Tokyo architects Mark Dytham and Astrid Klein hit on the antidote to presentation overload - a style they dubbed pecha-kucha, Japanese for "chitchat" - and their elegant solution is taking the world by storm."