Unfortunately to all of the educated people conversate is now in the dictionary.

v. to socialize and chat; to converse with another

It is still classified as slang, but it is in the dictionary. Trust me I'm just as upset as you are.
We can sit here and conversate about some things.
by Dime Diva May 16, 2009
The word Conversate is formed through a process in etymology known as back-formation. Many literary geniuses of their time used back- formation such as but not limited to Shakespeare.

Also many common and accepted words in both English and other languages all over the world contain common words that are formed through back formation.

Many ignorant individuals could learn a thing or two by studying up on both the word conversate, and other back-formations before criticizing and making a generalization about a word and the people who choose to use it.

Past tense
We conversated about the word conversate not being a word.
by waldonym January 27, 2014
talking to someone while non-consentually masturbating (usually over the phone)
Jennie calls Mike to conversate:

Mike: Hi Jennie! What's up?
Jennie: Oh, not much. Just conversating. *schlick schlick diddle diddle*
by maximum_procrasterbator January 18, 2012
Conversate = for many having a conversation. However the correct term according to the so called grammatically correct is to "converse."

Someone wrote an unecessary and rude explanation stereotyping inner city individuals for use of the word conversate.

In their defense I would like to note the following:

Personally I'm caucasian and not from the inner city. I went to Princeton. Many of my colleagues, ( also not from the inner city) used the word conversate. However converse is the proper phrase which actually reminds me of the sneakers converse.

Conversate should be added to regular to end all bias. It's easy to determinewhere the word is derived from and what is mean when a person uses the term. At the end of the day a word is just a word because someone made it to mean one thing based on interpretation. New words are formed everyday which should have no reference to slang unless they have no real structure of evident meaning. Spread peace. :-)
To pass time between lectures my friends and I would conversate about politics.

But to appease the minds of sensitive scholars....

To pass time between lectures my friends and I would converse about politics.
by Educationiskey January 08, 2009
To have a conversation to converse.

Contrary to popular belief the word conversate is a real word and has had a place in the websters dictionary since 1973.

The word may in fact be older than many people who state that only white trash, illogical idiots use the word.

The word Conversate is formed through a process in etymology known as back-formation. Many literary geniuses of their time used back- formation such as but not limited to Shakespeare.

Also many common and accepted words in both English and other languages all over the world contain common words that are formed through back formation.

Many ignorant individuals could learn a thing or two by studying up on both the word conversate, and other back-formations before criticizing and making a generalization about a word and the people who choose to use it.
I would like to conversate with you.

We had conversated about that yesturday.
by fishguy88 April 15, 2012
is a word. in webster's since the 70s.
merriam-webster.com/dictionary/conversate
by major_delmac August 14, 2010
The real word is "converse," as "orientate" is really meant to be the word "orient." There is a difference between being creative and verbal rather than sounding stupid because you think you have game.
Guy: "I came over here to conversate and become orientated with you."
Girl: "WTF? I thought you just wanted to talk and get to know me better."
See you stupid that sounds? Please, for the love of God, stop saying that stupid shit. Don't you want to be somebody?
by MadamexXx March 13, 2009
V. To talk to, have a conversation with, or converse

Used by adorable infuriating confusing boys from the south to make you want them.

Usually spoken in a southern twang/accent.
I'm trying to conversate with you but you keep talking over me about stupid stuff you FUCK! DUMB
by Micksweettea October 02, 2010

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