Converse ( verb , noun )

(As a verb)

Converse ( verb )

  1. To talk or exchange ideas with someone.
  2. To have a similar or opposite relationship with something else.

Origin:

From middle english conversen, from latin conversari, present active infinitive of conversor ("i dwell, associate, converse"), from convertere ("to turn around"). .

Examples:

  1. I like to converse with my friends about current events.
  2. The two scientists conversed about their latest research.
  3. He conversed with her in French.
  4. Converse with your classmates about the homework assignment.
  5. They conversed for hours about their shared interests.

(As a noun)

Converse ( noun )

  1. To talk or exchange ideas with someone.
  2. To have a similar or opposite relationship with something else.

Origin:

From middle english conversen, from latin conversari, present active infinitive of conversor ("i dwell, associate, converse"), from convertere ("to turn around"). .

Examples:

  1. I like to converse with my friends about current events.
  2. The two scientists conversed about their latest research.
  3. He conversed with her in French.
  4. Converse with your classmates about the homework assignment.
  5. They conversed for hours about their shared interests.
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