There are 2 main translations of converse in Spanish

: converse1converse2

converse1

conversar, v.

Pronunciation: /kənˈvərs//kənˈvəːs/

intransitive verb

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    conversar
    to converse on / about sth conversar sobre / acerca de algo
    • As we stood there conversing in this manner, a crowd gathered around to listen.
    • We had no trouble conversing with one another and before I knew it we were at the restaurant.
    • Tom said that he came across the idea while conversing with Fred at his door.
    • So there we were, none of us native French speakers, conversing in the one non-native language which we all shared.
    • The lounge had a welcoming, roaring fire and the notes of the piano rose above the sound of guests conversing over Martinis.
    • The least we all can do is to keep observing, thinking and conversing.
    • He'd seated himself at our table conversing with some of the revelers when I joined the group.
    • Soon millions of people were conversing across the oceans, often without knowing it.
    • After conversing quite frequently for a few more days, Mark sent a missive requesting we meet up for a few beers with his man.
    • Speaking in one voice emphasises the importance of listening when conversing.
    • There is a lack of basic etiquette while conversing over mobile phones.
    • You know, just by conversing, you can really learn a lot about a person.
    • It was a social evening with a high turnout of regulars mixing, mingling and conversing.
    • It would be fair to say that, while we conversed amicably for what was a very long session, our views on international politics were not in accord.
    • They were, as usual, conversing loudly, but I somehow managed to drown them out in my sleep.
    • Ten minutes later while I was conversing with my client, I felt a tap on my shoulder.
    • I ate lunch with them daily as we conversed about various issues occurring in the United States.
    • The rain thundered down for the rest of our meal, and we had to stay in the garage conversing in shouts and sitting in near darkness.
    • For the two weeks we were there, it seemed like we were constantly conversing.
    • As the lads chatted and conversed in overwhelmed joy, Maria sat in a plastic chair, near the corner of the room.

There are 2 main translations of converse in Spanish

: converse1converse2

converse2

Pronunciation: /ˈkɒnvəːs//ˈkɑnˌvərs/

noun

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    the converse lo contrario / lo opuesto
    • I believe the converse to be true pienso que sucede lo contrario / lo opuesto
    • But, then, the converse is also true: the Irish were good to America.
    • The converse is equally true: the Divine draws on the frameworks familiar to each individual in calling him or her toward itself.
    • The converse held true for two additional teaching methods, designing/revising a course and preparing effective lesson plans.
    • It is easy to understand the strong feelings of smokers who feel victimized by the anti-smoking sentiments of the majority, sadly the converse is not true.
    • The present paper is concerned with the converse: situations in which actions influence the perception of stimuli.
    • It's actually a bit more complex than that because moral facts are partly dependent on physical facts, but the converse is not true.
    • The converse is also true: An unstable East Timor would be detrimental to Indonesia.
    • The converse is also true: when we do not understand how our mind works, the practice becomes difficult, if not impossible.
    • Then, I realized, the converse must also be true: Whatever I don't have, I don't need.
    • It is healthy for democracy, though the converse is also true; over-concentration of ownership in too few hands is bad for democracy.
    • Clearly, there are people who are happier looking at the history of astrology and the philosophy behind it than actually sitting down with clients and doing charts - and people for whom the converse is true.
    • But the converse is also true: a single physiological experience may be symptomatic of a number of different emotions.
    • Our interest in this problem began with the search for a converse to this statement.
    • Importantly, however, the converse does not hold true.
    • They say politics makes strange bedfellows, but the converse may also be true.
    • The converse is true: When a robot is particularly unhumanoid, we seem to find it all the more ‘alive’.
    • Unfortunately for translators, and for readers of Goethe unfamiliar with German, the converse is also true: the poetry of the German language is of the essence of Goethe.
    • But the converse can be true, as well: Sport sometimes puts supposedly life-and-death matters in perspective.
    • The converse may well be true - wrongdoing on the part of the recipient may strengthen a claim for relief - but it does not follow that the absence of wrongdoing means that an injunction should not be granted.
    • For example, it is possible for a female spectator to be addressed, as it were, ‘in the masculine’, and the converse is presumably also true.

adjective

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    contrario
    inverso