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16 June

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What is the difference between "talk to someone" and "talk with someone" (context down below) ?Feel free to just provide example sentences.

My guess (if I'm not mistaken) is that "talk to someone" might be something like a "one-way communication" whereas "talk with someone" a "two-way communication". Am I right? What's the significant difference between them both when using one or the other?
P.S. The character said: "I'll talk with him"... so is he implying that they will have a long conversation or am I missing something else?
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