converse with (someone or something)

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converse with (someone or something)

To talk to someone or something. I can't give you an answer until I converse with Carol about this issue—is she in the office today? I wouldn't cross a woman who converses with the spirits—who knows what kinds of punishments she can call down on us!
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converse with someone (about someone or something)

 and converse (with someone) about someone or something
to talk about someone or something. Please converse with Ted about that. I need to converse about last night with you. The principal needs to converse with you.
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References in classic literature ?
I walked to the city without any concern, being clad like one of the natives, and sufficiently instructed to converse with them.
Artisans such as this potter in Concordia, Mexico, seem to appreciate it when American tourists make the effort to converse with them in Spanish.