Gifted in the art of conversation.
Held a long conversation on the subject.
- Familiar talk; verbal exchange of ideas, opinions, etc.
- An informal conference on a problem or area of interest by representatives of governments, factions, etc.
An example of a conversation is two friends talking while having coffee together.
The landlady therefore would by no means have admitted any conversation of a disreputable kind to pass under her roof.
- to engage in light, informal conversation, often, specif., out of mere politeness
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Origin of conversation
- From Old French conversation, from Latin conversātiōnem, accusative singular of conversātiō (“conversation”), from conversor (“abide, keep company with”).