Television Slang. a closeup picture of a person who is talking, especially as a participant in a talk show.
Slang. a person whose talk is empty and pretentious.
talking head
(on television) a person, such as a newscaster, who is shown only from the shoulders up, and speaks without the use of any illustrative material
talk big


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    noun 1. Older Use. a motion picture with accompanying synchronized speech, singing, etc.

  • Talking-point

    noun 1. a fact or feature that aids or supports one side, as in an argument or competition.

  • Talking shop

    noun 1. (informal) a group or committee that has discussions that never result in action

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