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Talk Of The Town, The Promenade, Leysdown On Sea, Sheerness Postcode: ME12 4QB Phone number.

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Talk Of The Town
The Promenade
Leysdown On Sea
ME12 4QB

Tel: 01795 511097

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    1. to communicate or exchange ideas, information, etc., by speaking: to talk about poetry.
    2. to consult or confer: Talk with your adviser.
    3. to spread a rumor or tell a confidence; gossip.
    4. to chatter or prate.
    5. to employ speech; perform the act of speaking: to talk very softly; to talk into a microphone.
    6. to deliver a speech, lecture, etc.: The professor talked on the uses of comedy in the tragedies of Shakespeare.
    7. to give or reveal confidential or incriminating information: After a long interrogation, the spy finally talked.
    8. to communicate ideas by means other than speech, as by writing, signs, or signals.
    9. Computers.to transmit data, as between computers or between a computer and a terminal.
    10. to make sounds imitative or suggestive of speech.
    1. to express in words; utter: to talk sense.
    2. to use in speaking or conversing: They talk French together for practice.
    3. to discuss: to talk politics.
    4. Informal. to focus on; signify or mean; talk about: This isn''t a question of a few hundred dollarsówe''re talking serious money.
    5. to bring, put, drive, influence, etc., by talk: to talk a person to sleep; to talk a person into doing something.
    6. talk around,to bring over to one''s way of thinking; persuade: She sounded adamant over the phone, but I may still be able to talk her around.
    7. talk at,
    a. to talk to in a manner that indicates that a response is not expected or wanted.
    b. to direct remarks meant for one person to another person present; speak indirectly to.
    8. talk away,to spend or consume in talking: We talked away the tedious hours in the hospital.
    9. talk back,to reply to a command, request, etc., in a rude or disrespectful manner: Her father never allowed them to talk back.
    10. talk big, Informal.to speak boastingly; brag: He always talked big, but never amounted to anything.
    11. talk down,
    a. to overwhelm by force of argument or by loud and persistent talking; subdue by talking.
    b. to speak disparagingly of; belittle.
    c. Also,talk in.to give instructions to by radio for a ground-controlled landing, esp. to a pilot who is unable to make a conventional landing because of snow, fog, etc.
    12. talk down to, to speak condescendingly to; patronize: Children dislike adults who talk down to them.
    13. talk of,to debate as a possibility; discuss: The two companies have been talking of a merger.
    14. talk out,
    a. to talk until conversation is exhausted.
    b. to attempt to reach a settlement or understanding by discussion: We arrived at a compromise by talking out the problem.


    1. a thickly populated area, usually smaller than a city and larger than a village, having fixed boundaries and certain local powers of government.
    2. a densely populated area of considerable size, as a city or borough.
    3. a municipal corporation with less elaborate organization and powers than a city.
    4. a township.
    5. any urban area, as contrasted with its surrounding countryside.
    6. the inhabitants of a town; townspeople; citizenry.
    7. the particular town or city in mind or referred to: living on the outskirts of town; to be out of town.
    8. a nearby or neighboring city; the chief town or city in a district: I am staying at a friend''s apartment in town.
    9. the main business or shopping area in a town or city; downtown.
    10. Brit.
    a. a village or hamlet in which a periodic market or fair is held.
    b. any village or hamlet.
    11. Scot.a farmstead.
    12. go to town, Informal.
    a. to be successful.
    b. to do well, efficiently, or speedily: The engineers really went to town on those plans.
    c. to lose restraint or inhibition; overindulge.
    13. on the town,
    a. Informal.in quest of entertainment in a city''s nightclubs, bars, etc.; out to have a good time: a bunch of college kids out on the town.
    b. supported by the public charity of the state or community; on relief.
    14. paint the town.

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