converse converse  /ˈkɑn vərs/

Definition(s):

  1. (n) a proposition obtained by conversion
  2. (v) carry on a conversation
  3. (adj) of words so related that one reverses the relation denoted by the other
  4. (adj) turned about in order or relation

Synonym(s)

Usage(s):

  1. Several times Dictator seemed vexed by Dictator, but only in political converse.
  2. Converse classics now come in a hassle- and lace-free version with built-in support under the tongue.
  3. Even the young customers are there not just to drink, but to converse intelligently.

News

  1. News : LOOK: FILTER & Converse Follow Hanni El Khatib To The Desert; Featured In FILTER 52!

    Recently, we shared a clip of Hanni El Khatib totally in his element, as he takes us—and our close friends at Converse —on a tour of the desert: a location of constant musical inspiration for him. We also told you to stay tuned for more exclusive content...well, wait no longer! Continue reading at FILTERmagazine.com
    on June 13, 2013     Source: Filter Magazine

  2. Mastodon, BMRC, Suicidal Tendencies For Free Concert Series

    Converse will be launching a free concert series later this month to celebrate what they consider are five genres of music that represent San Francisco and its residents
    on June 12, 2013     Source: antiMUSIC

  3. Mobile Computing Interfaces Are Broken--Check Out Some Cool Alternatives

    You've got a supercomputer in your pocket, called a smartphone, that you can converse with. Maybe you'll get one of the first Google Glass computer glasses when they're publicly available next year. Cool, but is that all there is to mobile computing?
    on June 11, 2013     Source: Forbes

Quotes

  1. Bush said he was pleased to spend a "moment to converse with God. ...... We were touched by the simplicity and the beauty of the moment. We appreciate very much the congregation for allowing us to come and worship with them."
    on Nov 18, 2006 By: President Bush Source: Forbes

  2. "As you know, it is entirely appropriate to converse with advocacy organizations and constituent groups, and I am concerned about a chilling effect on other elected officials who may find themselves in my situation," Harman said.
    on Apr 21, 2009 By: Jane Harman Source: Los Angeles Times

  3. "You're watching it thinking is he even going to make it through this," Moore said. "It's a scary looking thing. To see him come home and hear him converse normally was obviously very relieving to say the least."
    on Oct 2, 2007 By: Evan Moore Source: Forbes

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