conversationally


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con·ver·sa·tion

 (kŏn′vər-sā′shən)
n.
1. The exchange of thoughts and feelings by means of speech or sign language: gifted in the art of conversation.
2. An instance of this: held a long conversation on the subject.

con′ver·sa′tion·al adj.
con′ver·sa′tion·al·ly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.conversationally - with the use of colloquial expressions; "this building is colloquially referred to as The Barn"
Translations

conversationally

[ˌkɒnvəˈseɪʃnəlɪ] ADVen tono familiar

conversationally

[ˌkɒnvərˈseɪʃənəli] adv [say, ask] → sur le ton de la conversationconversation class ncours m de conversation
a French conversation class → un cours de conversation françaiseconversation piece nobjet m qui suscite des commentaires
Make your table a conversation piece by adding a strip of fairy lights down the middle → En faisant courir une rangée de bougies le long de votre table, vous susciterez les commentaires admiratifs de vos invités.

conversationally

adv writeim Plauderton

conversationally

[ˌkɒnvəˈseɪʃnlɪ] adv "lovely day", he said conversationally"bella giornata", ha detto per fare conversazione
References in classic literature ?
Bucket conversationally, "and much to blame you would be if you didn't.
The girls were too nervous to find words, and neither the ancient ladies nor the china dogs seemed conversationally inclined.
Conversationally they were a spent force after they had asked Mr Williams how his rheumatism was.
However, if representatives speak conversationally and resolve callers' problems without transferring them, callers have no reason to believe they're talking to an employee of a voice services company.
Conversationally, with some of the other guys, he still has to have that conversation.
The women chosen are eclectic, while the narrative is researched and informed yet conversationally welcoming.
What Pichai has in mind is to let people engage computers conversationally to a much larger extent than seen before, have software anticipate our needs and let smartphone cameras recognize what they see and provide information about various objects immediately.
Although it reads conversationally, the depth of information assumes that the reader has a baseline knowledge of American space exploration.
Bryson cleverly and conversationally looks at the rise, rule and restructuring of the English language, including all its peculiarities, pre-cursors and problems.
Calmly and conversationally, McShane explained the process of a jury trial to Norwood and spoke to Norwood about his background to gauge whether the man was capable of understanding and making a plea agreement.
Cognitive Code Corporation said it has announced the availability and deployment of its SILVIA Secure(TM) conversationally intelligent applications that can reside natively on everything from mobile devices, televisions and cars to toys and critical infrastructure.
Series 70" in common parlance now refers to any 1911 of the original design--not technically correct, but conversationally simple.