[ tˈɔːk θɹuː wˈɒnz hˈat], [ tˈɔːk θɹuː wˈɒnz hˈat], [ t_ˈɔː_k θ_ɹ_uː w_ˈɒ_n_z h_ˈa_t]
Synonyms for Talk through one's hat:
Other relevant words:
- blab .
How to use "Talk through one's hat" in context?
"talk through one's hat" is an idiomatic phrase that means to talk about something from a different perspective or perspective than that of the speaker's own. It is often used when someone has an idea that is different from their own, or when they want to explore an idea without revealing their true intentions. It can be used in business, politics, and everyday conversation.
The phrase can be traced back to the late 17th century, when it was first used in the context of politicians talking to each other about what they would do in office.
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