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Translation of "conversation" - English-Turkish dictionary

conversation

noun [C, U]     /ˌkɒnvəˈseɪʃən/
A1 a talk between two or more people, usually an informal one konuşma, sohbet a telephone conversation We had a conversation about football.Informal talking and conversation
conversational adjective
relating to or like a conversation konuşma/sohbet ile ilgili a conversational styleInformal talking and conversation
Translations of “conversation”
in Arabic مُحادَثة…
in Korean 대화…
in Malaysian perbualan…
in French conversation…
in Italian conversazione…
in Chinese (Traditional) 交談,談話,對話…
in Russian разговор, беседа…
in Polish rozmowa…
in Vietnamese hội thoại…
in Spanish conversación…
in Portuguese conversa, conversação, troca de ideias…
in Thai การสนทนา…
in German die Unterhaltung…
in Catalan conversa…
in Japanese 会話…
in Indonesian percakapan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 交谈,谈话,对话…
(Definition of conversation from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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