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subject (of a talk or conversation) / topic
HSK 5
microphone / (telephone) receiver / handset
HSK 6
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  *话* | 话* | *话
dialect / language / spoken words / speech / talk / words / conversation / what sb said / CL: 種|种, , , ,
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  *话* | 话* | *话
old variant of 話|话
It is said that ... (at the start of a narrative) / to discuss / to recount
call charge
words / speech / utterance / discourse
stage play / modern drama / CL: 臺|台,
Song and Yuan literary form based on vernacular folk stories
ability to have one's say and be listened to / influence / clout
one's speaking voice / tone / implication
chatterer
returning to our main topic,... / that said,... / again,... / in this connection / in passing / nevertheless,... / anyhow
phone operator
to say good-bye / to bid sb farewell
plum candy / preserved plum
hidden barbs in one's words / hostile subtext
topic under discussion / thread of discussion
to be on the verge of saying what is on one's mind
phonograph or radio (old term) / chatterbox / talkative person
be that as it may
the conversation is disagreeable (idiom)
calling card (telephone)
returning to our main topic,... / that said,... / again,... / in this connection / in passing / nevertheless,... / anyhow
subject (under discussion) / thread (of an argument)
to have hidden meaning / implication / more than just the apparent meaning / something hinted
too much talk is a nuisance (idiom)
tone of voice / topic / subject under discussion
when views are irreconcilable, it's a waste of breath to continue discussion (idiom)
overtones in conversation / things indirectly implied from what is said
a pretext for gossip / a matter for derision
to reminisce
erhua variant of 話茬|话茬
telephone booth
to use seemingly innocent conversation topics as a pretext to glean information / to touch upon other matters not central to the topic being discussed
A still tongue makes a wise head. (idiom)


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