intr.v. con·ver·sat·ed, con·ver·sat·ing, con·ver·sates Nonstandard
To converse.

[Back-formation from conversation.]
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What makes it different is that Hala and Dounia conversate in English/Arabic but sing in Arabic.
The 'Nothing Compares 2 U' hit maker told Time that the important thing that came out of her spat with the former Disney star was being able to conversate about mental health and human rights, the Mirror reported.
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