Definition of «babble»

Babble (band)

Babble was a British-New Zealand electronic dance music group that featured Tom Bailey and Alannah Currie (formerly of the Thompson Twins), with Keith Fernley. The Thompson Twins changed its name during the time the duo changed the outward appearance of its sound from pop to dub-influenced chill-out. (Wikipedia)

Babble (company)

Babble is a British internet telephony service. It was one of the first commercialisations of VoIP technology, appearing in 2004 approximately 6 months after the proprietary Skype opened up interest in telephony over the internet. Operating out of offices in London Docklands, west London and Hertfordshire, Babble is a SIP-based service with interconnections to the ordinary telephone network permitting inbound and outbound calls from its network.

Babble was re-launched in 2006 by Allan Howes and Simon Lewis who bought out the service from its parent and floated on the London Stock Exchange (Ofex: BABO).

(Wikipedia)

Babble (That Petrol Emotion album)

Babble is the second album by Irish alternative rockers That Petrol Emotion, released in 1987. The album was re-released in 2001 with additional tracks. It was the band's only proper chart success, due to being their first and only top 40 entry at #30. (Wikipedia)

Phrases with «babble»:

Sentences with «babble» (usage examples):

  • The outdoor pool is a great spot to take a dip, and guests can grab a bite to eat at babble and rum, which serves international cuisine and is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. (kayak.ae)
  • And if you listen closely, you can even decipher a babble's four distinctive categories, from the whiny «nasal creaking» of newborns to the more mature bah-bahs and dah-dahs of older babies. (npr.org)
  • And now without further babbling [seriously this entire post has been one giant babble], here is the recipe! (katalysthealthblog.com)
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