converse


converse
converse
converse1 [kən vʉrs′; ] for n. [ kän′vʉrs΄]
vi.
conversed, conversing [ME conversen < OFr converser < L conversari, to live with, keep company with, freq. of convertere: see CONVERT]
1. to hold a conversation; talk
2. Obs. to consort; interact socially
n.
1. informal talk; conversation
2. Obs. social interaction
SYN.- SPEAK
converser
n.
converse2 [kän′vʉrs; ] also, for adj [., kən vʉrs′]
adj.
[L conversus, pp. of convertere: see CONVERT]
reversed in position, order, action, etc.; opposite; contrary; turned about
n.
1. a thing related in a converse way; the opposite
2. Logic a proposition obtained by conversion
conversely
adv.

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