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Conversable

kənˈvɜː.sə.bəl

Meanings of Conversable:

adjective

Fond of conversation; sociable.

Usage examples:

He can be a conversable companion if he feels it worth his while

Conversant

kənˈvɜː.sənt

Meanings of Conversant:

adjective

Familiar with or knowledgeable about something.

Usage examples:

You need someone who is conversant with the new technology

Conversant-with

kənˈvɜː.sənt

Meanings of Conversant-with:

adjective

Familiar with, having experience of, or knowing

Usage examples:

She’s conversant with us foreign policy., john’s conversant in mandarin (= can use it in conversati…

Conversation

ˌkɒn.vəˈseɪ.ʃən

Meanings of Conversation:

noun

A talk, especially an informal one, between two or more people, in which news and ideas are exchanged.

Usage examples:

She picked up the phone and held a conversation in french

Conversational

kɒnvəˈseɪʃ(ə)n(ə)l

Meanings of Conversational:

adjective

As used in conversation; not formal.

Usage examples:

She spoke fluent, conversational english

Conversationalist

ˌkɒn.vəˈseɪ.ʃən.əl.ɪst

Meanings of Conversationalist:

noun

A person who is good at or fond of engaging in conversation.

Usage examples:

An entertaining conversationalist

Conversationalists

kɒnvəˈseɪʃ(ə)n(ə)lɪst

Meanings of Conversationalists:

noun

A person who is good at or fond of engaging in conversation.

Usage examples:

An entertaining conversationalist

Meanings of Conversations:

noun

A talk, especially an informal one, between two or more people, in which news and ideas are exchanged.

Usage examples:

She picked up the phone and held a conversation in french

Conversazione

ˌkɒnvəsatsɪˈəʊneɪ

Meanings of Conversazione:

noun

A scholarly social gathering held for discussion of literature and the arts.

Usage examples:

Their next meeting, at a conversazione, in april 1817, was much more the thing: within two days the…

Conversaziones

ˌkɒnvəsatsɪˈəʊneɪ

Meanings of Conversaziones:

noun

A scholarly social gathering held for discussion of literature and the arts.

Usage examples:

Their next meeting, at a conversazione, in april 1817, was much more the thing: within two days the…

Conversazioni

ˌkɒnvəsatsɪˈəʊneɪ

Meanings of Conversazioni:

noun

A scholarly social gathering held for discussion of literature and the arts.

Usage examples:

Their next meeting, at a conversazione, in april 1817, was much more the thing: within two days the…

Converse

ˈkɒn.vɜːs

Meanings of Converse:

verb

Engage in conversation.

Usage examples:

She was withdrawn and preoccupied, hardly able to converse with her mother
noun

Conversation.

Usage examples:

His converse at such seasons was always elevating
adjective

Having characteristics which are the reverse of something else already mentioned.

Usage examples:

The only mode of change will be the slow process of growth and the converse process of decay

Meanings of Conversed:

verb

Engage in conversation.

Usage examples:

She was withdrawn and preoccupied, hardly able to converse with her mother
noun

Conversation.

Usage examples:

His converse at such seasons was always elevating
adjective

Having characteristics which are the reverse of something else already mentioned.

Usage examples:

The only mode of change will be the slow process of growth and the converse process of decay

Conversely

ˈkɒn.vɜːs.li

Meanings of Conversely:

adverb

Introducing a statement or idea which reverses one that has just been made or referred to.

Usage examples:

We're not going to have enough onions to last the year, while courgettes, conversely, are in a majo…

Converses

ˈkɒnvəːs

Meanings of Converses:

verb

Engage in conversation.

Usage examples:

She was withdrawn and preoccupied, hardly able to converse with her mother
noun

Conversation.

Usage examples:

His converse at such seasons was always elevating
adjective

Having characteristics which are the reverse of something else already mentioned.

Usage examples:

The only mode of change will be the slow process of growth and the converse process of decay

Conversing

kənˈvɜːs

Meanings of Conversing:

verb

Engage in conversation.

Usage examples:

She was withdrawn and preoccupied, hardly able to converse with her mother
noun

Conversation.

Usage examples:

His converse at such seasons was always elevating
adjective

Having characteristics which are the reverse of something else already mentioned.

Usage examples:

The only mode of change will be the slow process of growth and the converse process of decay

Conversion

kənˈvɜː.ʃən

Meanings of Conversion:

noun

The process of changing or causing something to change from one form to another.

Usage examples:

The conversion of food into body tissues

Conversions

kənˈvɜː.ʃən

Meanings of Conversions:

noun

The process of changing or causing something to change from one form to another.

Usage examples:

The conversion of food into body tissues

Meanings of Converso:

noun

A convert from judaism to christianity.

Convert

kənˈvɜːt

Meanings of Convert:

verb

Change the form, character, or function of something.

Usage examples:

Modernization has converted the country from a primitive society to a near-industrial one
noun

A person who has been persuaded to change their religious faith or other belief.

Usage examples:

He is a recent convert to the church

Converted

kənˈvɜː.tɪd

Meanings of Converted:

adjective

(of a building) having been adapted to be suitable for a new purpose.

Usage examples:

A converted victorian property
verb

Change the form, character, or function of something.

Usage examples:

Modernization has converted the country from a primitive society to a near-industrial one

Meanings of Converter:

noun

A person or thing that converts something.

Usage examples:

The would-be converter of a building to domestic use

Meanings of Converters:

noun

A person or thing that converts something.

Usage examples:

The would-be converter of a building to domestic use

Convertibility

kənˌvɜːtəˈbɪləti

Meanings of Convertibility:

noun

The fact of being able to exchange one type of currency, share, etc. for another

Usage examples:

Currency convertibility

Convertible

kənˈvɜː.tə.bəl

Meanings of Convertible:

adjective

Able to be changed in form, function, or character.

Usage examples:

A convertible sofa
noun

A car with a folding or detachable roof.

Usage examples:

Brendan picked her up in his cherry-red convertible

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