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have a chat

This page is about the collocation have a chat

collocation pattern: verb + noun

Meaning

to have a friendly talk with someone

For example

  • I always enjoy having a chat with Mark.

  • Do you remember those long chats we used to have on the phone late at night?

Note:
Related collocations like "have a word", "have a talk" and "have a conversation" often mean a more serious talk with somebody.

Quick Quiz

I was at the bar having a chat with my

a. phone

b. mates

c. drinks

Contributor: Matt Errey