conversation
[kɒnvəˈseɪʃ(ə)n]
NOUN
conversations (plural noun)
  1. a talk, especially an informal one, between two or more people, in which news and ideas are exchanged.
    "she picked up the phone and held a conversation in French" ·
    "the two men were deep in conversation"
ORIGIN
Middle English (in the sense ‘living among, familiarity, intimacy’): via Old French from Latin conversatio(n-), from the verb conversari ( see converse1).
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How to use conversation in a sentence?
in the conversation about identity, queerness, and the trans experience there's a lot that many of us have to learn.
his conversation is seasoned liberally with exclamation points and punch lines.
he was branded a prying sneak for eavesdropping on intimate conversation.
the extracts give a flavour of the content and tone of the conversation.
the country squires dreaded the exposition of their rustic conversation.
after a long, soul-searching conversation, they were finally reconciled.
she seemed to have exhausted all permissible topics of conversation.
the answers were difficult to hear amid the babble of conversation.
I went to talk to them and we had a very civilized conversation.
the conversation eventually veered away from theatrical things.
an umbrella stand conversation piece painted in garish colours.
in the middle of our conversation his phone ran out of credit.
she had no grasp of the conversation and felt herself de trop.
he made an attempt to steer the conversation back to Heather.
through the fuddle of wine he heard some of the conversation.
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How to say conversation in other languages?
Laguages Translations
Afrikaans (NOUN)gesprek, gesels
Arabic (NOUN)المحادثة, محادثة, الحديث, حديث
Bangla কথোপকথন
Bosnian (Latin) razgovor
Bulgarian (NOUN)разговор, кореспонденция
Cantonese (Traditional) 談話
Catalan (NOUN)conversa
Chinese Simplified 谈话
Chinese Traditional 談話
Croatian (NOUN)razgovor, konverzacija
Czech (NOUN)konverzace, rozhovor, hovor
Danish (NOUN)samtale, konversation
Dutch (NOUN)gesprek, conversatie, discussie, chatsessie, ontmoeting
Estonian (NOUN)vestlus, kõnelus
Fijian veivosaki
Filipino pag-uusap
Finnish (NOUN)keskustelu
French (NOUN)discussion, entretien, dialogue
German (NOUN)Gespräch, Konversation, Unterhaltung
Greek (NOUN)συνομιλία, συζήτηση, συνδιάλεξης, κουβέντα
Haitian Creole konvèsasyon
Hebrew (NOUN)השיחה, שיחה, בשיחה, מהשיחה, לשיחה, שהשיחה, שיחת, ושיחת, לשוחח
Hindi (NOUN)वार्तालाप, बातचीत
Hmong Daw sib tham
Hungarian (NOUN)beszélgetés, csevegést, társalgás, párbeszéd, témakör
Icelandic (NOUN)samtal, samræðum
Indonesian (NOUN)percakapan, pembicaraan, perbincangan
Italian (NOUN)conversazione, colloquio, discorso, chiacchierata
Japanese (NOUN)会話, 対話, スレッド
Kiswahili (NOUN)mazungumzo
Klingon quv puS
Korean (NOUN)대화, 회화
Latvian (NOUN)saruna, saraksti, norisei, tērzēšanai
Lithuanian (NOUN)pokalbį, diskusiją, dialogas
Malagasy resaka
Malay (Latin) (NOUN)perbualan
Maltese (NOUN)konverżazzjoni
Norwegian Bokmål samtale
Persian (NOUN)مکالمه, گفتگو, صحبت
Polish (NOUN)konwersacji, rozmowy
Portuguese (NOUN)conversa
Querétaro Otomi conversación
Romanian (NOUN)conversaţie, convorbire
Russian (NOUN)разговор, беседы, переговор, диалога, общения
Samoan talanoaga
Serbian (Cyrillic) разговор
Serbian (Latin) razgovor
Slovak (NOUN)konverzácie, rozhovor, diskusiu, hovoru
Slovenian (NOUN)pogovor, pomenek, konverzacija
Spanish (NOUN)conversación, charla
Swedish (NOUN)konversation, samtal
Tahitian aparauraa
Tamil (NOUN)உரையாடல்
Telugu సంభాషణ
Thai (NOUN)การสนทนา, สนทนา
Tongan talanoa
Turkish (NOUN)konuşma, görüşme, sohbet, muhabbet
Ukrainian (NOUN)розмова, бесіди, листування
Urdu (NOUN)گفتگو, بات چیت, تبادلہ
Vietnamese (NOUN)đam, đàm thoại, chuyện
Welsh (NOUN)sgwrs, sgyrsiau, drafodaeth
Yucatec Maya tsikbal
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