释义：To be garrulous. （多嘴的，饶舌的）
例句：A: Saul is so gabby that even his mother dislike him.
B: Yes, no one dares to share secrets with him.
Alexander was a secret, silent man and he was never gabby when he was young.
2. 表述：the gift of the gab
释义：To speak confidently, clearly, and in a persuasive way. （有口才，有会说话的天赋，能说会道）
例句：Smith would have made a good salesman, he has the gift of the gab.
Alexis really has the gift of gab, so she should be the one to address the potential investors.
He was a pleasant little man with spiked hair, a black pipe, and a great gift of gab.
Thompson has the gift of the gab and is a born communicator.