talk\ out

talk\ out
1. II
talk out in some manner talk out loud говорить громко /отчетливо/
2. III
talk out smth. /smth. out/ we agreed to a compromise by talking out the problem обсудив вопрос до конца, мы согласились на компромисс /пришли к компромиссу/
3. XXI1
talk smth. out with smb. I want to talk things out with you я хочу с тобой обсудить все до конца

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