Idiom: Pep talk
Meaning: When someone gives you a pep talk it is to build you up to help you accomplish something. In sports a coach might give a player a pep talk before the game to bolster his confidence. At work the boss might give you a pep talk to get you to do a better job.Country: International English | Subject Area: General | Usage Type: Both or All Words Used
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- Talk of the town
- Talk out of your hat
- Talk shop
- All talk and no trousers
- Talk the hind legs off a donkey
- Talk nineteen to the dozen
- Talk a blue streak
- Talk is cheap
- Talk turkey
- Talk a glass eye to sleep
- Talk the legs off an iron pot
- Talk your arm off
- Walk the talk
- Talk out of the back of your head
- Talk a mile a minute
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