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blab

Meaning: to talk too much and carelessly reveal a secret

For example:

  • Madonna's wedding was supposed to be a secret, but someone blabbed to the media.

  • Whatever you do, don't tell Susie any secrets. She can't help blabbing.

Quick Quiz:

The name of the winner was supposed to be a secret, but someone blabbed and
  1. told us who it was
  2. kept the secret
  3. changed the result

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