Talk out of

see under talk into ; also see out of turn , def. 2.


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  • Talk round

    verb 1. (transitive, adverb) Also talk over. to persuade to one’s opinion: I talked him round to buying a car 2. (intransitive, preposition) to discuss the arguments relating to (a subject), esp without coming to a conclusion: to talk round the problem of the human condition 3. (intransitive, preposition) to discuss (a subject) vaguely without […]

  • Talk sense

    Speak rationally and coherently, as in Ranting and raving won’t help; it’s time we talked sense, or I wish you’d talk some sense into that son of yours. Shakespeare used this idiom in slightly different form in The Merry Wives of Windsor (2:1): “Believe it, Page, he speaks sense.”

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