Third-person singular simple present indicative form of talk.(verb)
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Use "talks" in a sentence
"_She talks FOOLISH_, is wrong, because here the word to be modified is _talks_, and since _talks_ is a verb, the adverb _foolishly_ should be used."
"The ballot enthusiast over here talks, and only _talks_, mind you! with the believer in the ballot over there; and so arrives at _his_ conclusions on the subject of secret voting -- and then, all these return to this "down-trodden," "aristocracy - ridden," "effete old kingdom," and prate about the glorious way in which their several theories work across the ocean -- not one of them having resided long enough beneath the stars and stripes to be able to judge of the truth of what they allege, as they are quite contented to take for gospel the hearsay with which they bolster up their own opinions!"
"And the label talks about supporting bike charities!"