Translation of conversational in Spanish:

conversational

Pronunciation: /ˌkɑːnvərˈseɪʃnəl; ˌkɒnvəˈseɪʃənl/

adj

  • [manner/tone/style] familiar, coloquial
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    • Off stage, Rob Campbell is one of the most relaxed and conversational people you'll ever meet.
    • He isn't as verbal or as sharp as Howard, but has a more casual, conversational approach.
    • Then mother comes back, using a spare, friendly, and conversational style.
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    • And here I was, in a social situation which required - at least as I saw it - all my best conversational skills.
    • They also receive training in popular culture and current events to improve their conversational skills.
    • So this was a rare opportunity to test their conversational skills.

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