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babble

[′bab·əl]
(communications)
Aggregate crosstalk from a large number of channels.
Unwanted disturbing sounds in a carrier or other multiple-channel system which result from the aggregate crosstalk or mutual interference from other channels.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

babble

The aggregate cross talk from a large number of communications channels.
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The researchers concluded that the babies, between six and 14 months, of coached families, babbled, on average, in 43 percent, while control babies babbled in 30 percent of the recordings.
Gros-Louis says the difference was mothers who engaged with their infants when they babbled let their children know they could communicate.
"I mean," she babbled, "he's so vibrant, vital, attractive, smart.