talk show

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talk show (plural talk shows)

  1. (broadcasting) A television or radio programme in which a host converses on various topics with guests who may be experts, celebrities, or members of the listening or viewing audience.
    Synonym: (Britain) chat show

Descendants[edit]

  • Danish: talkshow
  • Korean: 토크쇼 (tokeusyo)
  • Polish: talk-show
  • Russian: ток-шо́у (tok-šóu)
  • Spanish: talk show
  • Swedish: talkshow

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From English talk show.

Noun[edit]

talk show m (plural talk shows)

  1. (television) talk show