English to Welsh Meaning of converse - sgwrsio

Converse :

sgwrs, lleferydd, sgwrsio, PARLEY, trafodaeth, disgwrs

siarad, sgwrsio, yn dod yn gyfarwydd, sgwrs, rhoi

sgwrsio, gyferbyn, groes, gwrthdro, yn gwrthwynebu, sy'n gwrthdaro, gwrthdroi

sgwrsioymddyddanoddi'r gwrthwynebconversessgwrsio
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Definitions of converse in English
Noun(1) a proposition obtained by conversion
Verb(1) carry on a conversation
Adjective(1) of words so related that one reverses the relation denoted by the other(2) turned about in order or relation
Examples of converse in English
(1) The converse question is, what do we sacrifice by adopting the death penalty?(2) Obviously, the converse position also applies in that during a downturn in investment markets the impact is felt directly in terms of a reduction in the value of the retirement account.(3) The obvious converse question is what do you achieve by legalising it?(4) But the converse can be true, as well: Sport sometimes puts supposedly life-and-death matters in perspective.(5) Desargues's Theorem and its converse are of the first importance to mathematicians by reason of their complete generality.(6) Clearly, there are people who are happier looking at the history of astrology and the philosophy behind it than actually sitting down with clients and doing charts - and people for whom the converse is true.(7) The converse proposition is that if priority is given in that tension to ensuring that people are not out-of-pocket, all sorts of meritorious cases might not get to court.(8) Nor do I think using the converse argument is a valid point.(9) A similar point can be made in converse fashion.(10) The converse is also true, i.e. that every rational number has a decimal fraction that either stops or eventually repeats the same cycle of digits over and over again for ever.(11) It is easy to understand the strong feelings of smokers who feel victimized by the anti-smoking sentiments of the majority, sadly the converse is not true.(12) Some theorists have suggested that drug policy should drive the law rather than the converse strategy in place.(13) Most restaurants and farms have converse hours.(14) It was first proved by Lagrange in 1773 who showed that the converse is true.(15) he fell in beside her and they began to converse amicably(16) Evidence exists that weight gain increases cancer risk, but the converse proposition that weight loss would reduce risk of the disease has not been confirmed.
Related Phrases of converse
(1) to converse ::
(2) converse with ::
sgwrsio gyda
3. opposite ::
4. reverse ::
5. obverse ::
6. contrary ::
7. antithesis ::
8. other side of the coin ::
ochr arall y geiniog
9. flip side ::
ochr arall y geiniog
10. talk ::
11. speak ::
12. chat ::
13. have a conversation ::
cael sgwrs
14. discourse ::
15. communicate ::
16. chew the fat ::
cnoi braster
17. jaw ::
18. visit ::
19. shoot the breeze ::
saethu yr awel
20. confabulate ::
Different Forms
converse, conversed, conversely, converses, conversing
Word Example from TV Shows
I wish we could converse
as two honest, intelligent men.

I wish we could CONVERSE as two honest, intelligent men.

Game of Thrones Season 2, Episode 8

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