Procure por qualquer palavra, como the eiffel tower:
 
29.
To converse; have dialect with another
Yo ma can we conversate for a minute
por Julian Christian 12 de Junho de 2003
 
30.
To speak with someone.
Kim likes to conversate with Leo
por Genzou 21 de Março de 2006
 
31.
A completely new word formed from "converse" and "copulate" meaning to maintain a conversation whilst having sex.
I want to meet someone who is both attractive and intelligent; someone I can really conversate with :-)
por Braineater 22 de Agosto de 2006
 
32.
~The act of talking to someone
~Used as a verb
~Can be used like Conversating, Conversated, etc.
I don't like to conversate when I'm feeling jenky. So don't talk to me.
por GreenestEyez 14 de Dezembro de 2005
 
33.
To have direct conversation with; To talk directly to.
"Come here, we need to conversate."

Just for Kara, from Sam.
por Sam White 12 de Maio de 2005
 
34.
“Conversate” is what is called a “back-formation” based on the noun "conversation.” But the standard verb usage for this sort of thing is “converse.”

It is mos def not A "word used by backwards, ignorant, illiterate inner city "trash" whatever that means-

Since it is clear that non-standard English commonly is use more frequently than standard English which for the purpose of this we will say it is commonly called "correct English" even though there is NO such thing. Even Shakespeare used non standard English which is now standard English. so anyone who says that our words are ignorant and stupid will be kicking themselves and hating when our words become standard.
study linguistics before you hate on things you don't "like" homie. smell me- keep hating.
To converse with another: "We conversated about our plan, then decided to take the steamroller anyway."

"We descendants of pharaohs and angels Conversate telepathically connecting Like ionic bonds sharing energy glances Romance kisses soft and dances with the wind"
por mekha 20 de Setembro de 2005