noun as in talk, often short
Potential customers can chat with these bots over SMS or messaging apps, and their AI will use its growing understanding of what it knows about your business to respond.
It goes some way to explaining why pay gap data from the big agency networks haven’t been readily available and why many diversity initiatives haven’t gone past fireside chats, safe rooms and all-hands meetings.
On Games, which also sit in the chat section of the app, users are rewarded for watching ads, with extra weapons, for example.
With curated meetings on CrunchMatch and randomized virtual meetings and chat functionality on Hopin you will not run out of opportunities to promote your business and meet your networking goals.
We’re excited to chat with this illustrious panel of experts about the evolution of esports, what sets FaZe Clan apart, and what entrepreneurs can learn from the viral growth of the organization over the years.
You have no idea how much I would have liked to be able to chat with you face to face.
He stops the monologues and we begin to chat about the script.
They also frequented online chat rooms where fellow Islamic zealots teed off with venomous rants about their hate for infidels.
No wonder video chat seems to be most popular amongst grandparents who want to see their grandchildren.
Then he sent me a text and asked if we could “chat,” and he invited me to do it.
There was a deep silence throughout the whole bivouac; some were sleeping, and those who watched were in no humour for idle chat.
Alack, I cannot sleep a wink myself, so as sorrow loves sympathy, I came to have a chat with you.
Having the reins and whip placed in your unpractised hands while coachee indulges in a glass and chat.
"Including contracts and charter," agreed the sheriff, and Scattergood continued his chat.
If the first one is in, wait till she comes down, and then chat as long as a call usually lasts.
On this page you'll find 98 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to chat, such as: chatter, conversation, gossip, babble, converse, and gab.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.