Traducción de conversant en Español:

conversant

versado, adj.

Pronunciación /kənˈvərsənt//kənˈvəːs(ə)nt/

adjetivo

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    versado
    to be conversant with sth ser versado en algo
    • for those already conversant with the subject para los que ya conocen el tema / están familiarizados con el tema
    • He's presumably fully conversant with the principals behind conflict of interests and the reasons why you disclose.
    • This requires all practitioners to be conversant with all the major therapies which places a large burden on the teaching establishments and those of further education.
    • I'm not conversant in French myself, so I can't be sure if this is a reliable translation of the questions that were actually used.
    • Most of my working life was as a sales representative for a major insurer covering the majority of the county so I am fairly well conversant with the area.
    • The Chairman said he thought that in order that the members would be fully conversant with the Harbour facilities they should make the tour of inspection.
    • Well-rounded students are conversant in many disciplines, she said.
    • It went beyond having to be conversant with American history and values.
    • Well, apparently he's not all that conversant with the word ‘shame’ either.
    • In return, the trio expected certificates issued by the Forest department that they were conversant with charming snakes.
    • Already conversant in seven languages when he went to India, Carey learned Bengali and began translating the Bible into that language.
    • Is there any senior political figure reckoned to be genuinely knowledgeable and conversant in technology policy?
    • Get conversant with the interior of your body, understand the wondrous mechanism and realise what it does for you and thank it.
    • From my own research, it takes roughly three hours - from the moment you drop them at the gate on the first day of school to the moment you pick them up - for them to become fully conversant.
    • Challengers need to learn as much as they can to prepare for all questions and become conversant with every area of policy.
    • I forget sometime that she and I have known each other for twelve years and that she is quite conversant in my family history.
    • There are probably no surprises here for practitioners or readers conversant with recent research on child development.
    • But he has shown in a matter of weeks that his determination to succeed on the field is matched by his willingness to integrate, which means being conversant in English.
    • In addition to our existing draughting and engineering skills we had to become conversant with computer technology and programming.
    • Getting the message through to a team made up of 11 foreign players, some of whom are not that conversant in English, cannot have been one of the easiest things to do.
    • Ironically, the programme carried a full page of refereeing hand signals as if to confirm that there are many still not conversant with this captivating game.