Definitions for kibitzˈkɪb ɪts
Random House Webster's College Dictionary
to act as a kibitzer.
(v.t.)to offer advice or criticism to as a kibitzer.
Category: Common Vocabulary, Informal
Origin of kibitz:
1925–30; < Yiddish kibetsn
make unwanted and intrusive comments
To chat; to gossip; to make small talk or idle chatter.
Louise and I used to head down to the coffee shop and just sit for hours and kibitz.
To give unsolicited or unwanted advice or make unhelpful or idle comments, especially to someone playing a game.
Quit kibitzing! You're giving away my hand!