They conversed quietly in the corner of the room.
At home we often converse in Spanish. Adjective
One must also consider the converse case.
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Artificial intelligence allows guests to converse with civil rights leaders.—Chadd Scott, Forbes, 30 Nov. 2023 Compared to Theodore’s old operating system that ran on monotonous voice commands, Samantha’s conversational capabilities unlocked a whole new type of experience that mirrors our real-life upgrade from giving Alexa voice commands to actually conversing with ChatGPT.—Sage Lazzaro, Fortune, 28 Nov. 2023 In the clip, the pair were captured conversing among various other Bachelor nation stars, who were also in attendance to celebrate Harrison's nuptials.—Nicholas Rice, Peoplemag, 23 Nov. 2023 Joy Buolamwini, a researcher of AI harms profiled in the feature with Gebru and Chowdhury, conversed with Altman in one of his last events as CEO.—Miles Klee, Rolling Stone, 17 Nov. 2023 Shortly after he was awakened and began conversing with DePape, Pelosi walked into a bathroom and called 911, the government says.—Michael Finnegan, Washington Post, 9 Nov. 2023 Characters based on other people’s likenesses — including the former quarterback Tom Brady, the social media influencers Mr. Beast and Charlie D’Amelio, and the hip-hop artist Snoop Dogg — were also available to converse.—Cade Metz, New York Times, 27 Sep. 2023 Relatives recalled young Alexey as a friendly kid who blended in easily and, by the end of each summer, conversed easily in the local Ukrainian dialect, which had some Belarusian mixed in.—David M. Herszenhorn, Washington Post, 27 Oct. 2023 We’re splayed out on the grass, each of us in front of full-length mirrors, having just conversed, out loud, with our reflections for three minutes.—Deborah Vankin, Los Angeles Times, 16 Oct. 2023
After inviting the uncle’s spirit to the hut, Kulas converses back and forth with the spirit by throwing a pair of weathered jiaobei, or wooden divination blocks, on the floor.—Brendan Ross, Washington Post, 22 Oct. 2023 Beatriz and the pianist converse briefly in stilted English, neither’s first choice of language.—Jennifer Wilson, The New Yorker, 25 Sep. 2023 Talking things out is possible as the perceptive Moon in your social sector converses with amiable Venus in your conversation zone.—Tarot Astrologers, Chicago Tribune, 6 Aug. 2023 In 2046, a marine biologist (Sienna Miller) converses with the world’s last humpback whale, through software that translates cetacean-speak into the voice of her mother (Streep).—James Poniewozik, New York Times, 29 Mar. 2023 Kylie was wearing a red and white Kool-Aid hoodie, matching sweatpants and white converse sneakers.—Carol Robinson | Crobinson@al.com, al, 12 May 2022 Hughes converses with family members, parts of his professional team and collaborators from every phase of his career, from Snoop Dogg to the late Shock G to Gridlock’d co-star Tim Roth.—Daniel Fienberg, The Hollywood Reporter, 20 Apr. 2023 The season's fourth episode, which arrived on Paramount+ Thursday, highlights the many differences between Jack and Jean-Luc as the two converse over drinks.—Nick Romano, EW.com, 9 Mar. 2023 The original text is a sprawling dream narrative in which a figure known as the Lover, having become enamored of a rose, converses with dozens of allegorical figures, including the God of Love, Lady Reason, and Shame.—Alex Ross, The New Yorker, 6 Mar. 2023 See More
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Middle English, to live (with), from Anglo-French converser, from Latin conversari
Middle English convers, from Anglo-French converse, from converser