adjective (talking a lot: a talkative person.) hablador
talkative adj hablador
1 hablador,-ra, parlanchín,-ina, charlatán,-ana, locuaz
talkative ['tɔkət̬ɪv] adj
: locuaz, parlanchín, charlatán
charlatán adj.
hablador adj.
locuaz adj.
parlador adj.
adjective <person> conversador, hablador
ADJ hablador, platicón (Mex)

he became quite talkative — habló mucho

she wasn't very talkative at breakfast — estuvo bastante callada durante el desayuno

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adjective <person> conversador, hablador

English-spanish dictionary. 2013.

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