- to talk, discuss or converse
- Ebonics version of the intransitive verb “converse”; urban hybrid of the two words “converse” and “conversation”
Conversate for a few, cause in a few, we gon' do
What we came to do, ain't that right boo (truuuueee)
Notorious B.I.G. - Big Poppa – 1994
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It could be in my place (On my place)
Or your place (Or your place)
And we could let our body conversate
Black Eyed Peas – The Way U Make Me Feel - 1998
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Tell me can we conversate
So we can get to learn each other
I don't think that we should wait
If this is a forever thing
Case – Conversate - 2001
by MK01 September 10, 2005
1. To have a conversation; the exchange of conversation.

2. Shoot the Breeze
I would like to conversate with you now about your idea but I am already late for a meeting.

Let's just kick back and conversate.
by Sreyem June 26, 2010
A conversation which takes place in the shower.
1. Each person must be showering

2. Each person must be fully nude

3. Each person must be in a separate stall
Hey want to go conversate after the game?
by westegghall June 12, 2010
For somebody to watch others converse
Brittany's mom had to conversate her and her friend
by HinkerDinker June 28, 2010
To partake in a conversation
"You are so easy to conversate with" said Bill to Jill
by Bengina27 May 03, 2009
to converse. to hold a conversation.
"Conversate sex on the first date"
by Bengwell December 20, 2007
Word that ignorant reporters use in order to sound intelligent when speaking to President of the United States. Usually causes embarrasment to all those of the reporter's race.
"The two people began to conversate when the President entered."
by Cody A. January 26, 2006
To talk, create a conversation.
Man, that girl is so pretty. I'm going to conversate with her.
by Laureeen. April 15, 2008

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