Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Converse"

The meaning of "Converse" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does converse mean?
A: Converse means let's start a conversation.
Another, Converse can refer to a shoe's brand.
Q: What does The converse is also true. mean?
A: Yes it makes sense. It means ‘the opposite is also true.’

Example sentences using "Converse"

Q: Please show me example sentences with converse.
A: We went to the corner to converse somewhere more private.

Let's converse over a glass of wine.

We conversed about the upcoming holiday.

(Keep in mind, in colloquial speech, converse isn't a very commonly used word. Mostly, in everyday speech you'll use the verb "talk.")
Q: Please show me example sentences with converse(verb).
A: @msk_yhg: They both converse on a daily basis.

The way they converse makes you think they're more than friends.

How you converse with others says a lot about you as a person.

Synonyms of "Converse" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between A) She doesn't converse me and B) She doesn't converse with me ?
A: The correct way is “converse with me” which means to “talk to someone” or have a “conversation” (from converse) with someone.
Q: What is the difference between "converse" and "reverse" and "contraposition" ?
A: Converse: opposite or contrary in direction, action or sequence
Reverse: move backwards
Contraposition: placement opposite or against
Q: What is the difference between converse and conversation ?
A: Converse is the verb and conversation is the noun.

Example:
We had a long conversation during supper.

We like to converse during supper.
Q: What is the difference between converse and reverse ?
A: To "converse" means to have a conversation.

"I will have time to converse with you this afternoon."

"Reverse" means several things, but the most commonly used definition is to "move backwards".

"I need to reverse the car out of the driveway."

Translations of "Converse"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? converse
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? làm thế nào để nói từ : "converse"
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? converse?
A: Con-verse

Other questions about "Converse"

Q: I want to buy a converse sneaker which is light and waterproof that I found at a ABC mart by coincidence. does this sound natural?
A: × I want to buy a converse sneaker which is light and waterproof that I found at a ABC mart by coincidence.
✓ I want to buy the converse shoes which are light and waterproof that I happened to find at an ABC mart.

Q: I regret that I didn't sufficiently converse with you before.
does this sound natural?
A: It makes sense, but words are a little too formal and awkward

I regret not talking with you more
Q: I really love to converse with foreigner. does this sound natural?
A: I really love to talk with foreigners.
Q: I still can't converse well to communicate with you in English. does this sound natural?
A: Converse generally means to have a conversation so I think just saying "I still can't converse well in English" is fine.
Q: I was able to converse. does this sound natural?
A: This is technically correct, but I don't think people would say it so formally unless in writing. Usually, we say something like, "I was able to talk" or "I was able to discuss," etc.

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