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Translation of "conversation" - English-Spanish dictionary

conversation

noun   /ˌkɒn·vəˈseɪ·ʃən/
A1 a talk between two or more people conversación a phone conversation We had a conversation about football.
(Definition of conversation from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

conversation

noun /konvəˈseiʃən/
talk between people conversación The two men were carrying on an animated conversation.
conversational adjective
informal or colloquial coloquial conversational English.
fond of talking conversador, hablador He’s in a conversational mood.
(Definition of conversation from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “conversation”
in Korean 대화…
in Arabic مُحادَثة…
in Malaysian perbualan…
in French conversation…
in Russian разговор, беседа…
in Chinese (Traditional) 交談,談話,對話…
in Italian conversazione…
in Turkish konuşma, sohbet…
in Polish rozmowa…
in Vietnamese hội thoại…
in Portuguese conversa, conversação, troca de ideias…
in Thai การสนทนา…
in German die Unterhaltung…
in Catalan conversa…
in Japanese 会話…
in Chinese (Simplified) 交谈,谈话,对话…
in Indonesian percakapan…
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