English version

hold a conversation

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhold a conversationhold a conversationTALK TO somebodyto have a conversation hold
Examples from the Corpus
hold a conversationThis involved being around, or hanging around, just watching, recording, holding conversations.She's getting better at speech now, and hold a conversation, but she doesn't understand some things.In any case, she couldn't have held a conversation there.What she did increasingly was to hold conversations with ha father from which Cara was carefully and deliberately excluded.If you tried at all to hold a conversation with her, you found she was almost impossible to understand.He just wouldn't hold a conversation with him.If you can not hold a conversation with some one without getting out of breath then you are going too fast.Aileen knew how to hold a conversation with twelve people and work hard at the same time.
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