Complete Definition of "conversate"

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English

Etymology
back-form|conversation

Verb
en-verb|conversat|ing

  1. context|African American Vernacular English To converse, to have conversation.

#* 2002, Gail L. Thompson, African-American Teens Discuss Their Schooling Experiences, Bergin Garvey/Greenwood, page 34:
#*: We don't just want to go to class and not conversate with the teachers.
#* 2003, Steven Travers, Barry Bonds: Baseballs Superman, Sports Publishing LLC, page 241:
#*: Barry did grow up in a white neighborhood, you know, and he does know how to conversate, and he does know how to pronounce his vowels, he knows how to talk.
#* 2005, Prudence L. Carter, Keepin' It Real: School Success Beyond Black and White, Oxford University Press, page 37:
#*: I'll talk to them and conversate [sic], but I won't pay no mind to the things that they do.


Italian

Verb form
conversate

  1. second-person plural indicative present of conversare
  2. second-person plural imperative of conversare

Category:Italian verb forms

Revision and Credits for"conversate"
  • 2007-11-02 14:07 - Connel MacKenzie - Reverted edits by [[Special:Contributions/81.149.14.134|81.149.14.134]] ([[User_talk:81.149.14.134|Talk]]); changed back to last version by [[User:Msh210|Msh210]]

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