Definition of "conversazione" [con•ver•sa•zi•o•ne]
A meeting for conversation or discussion, especially about art.(noun)
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Use "conversazione" in a sentence
"After the play we were introduced to the assembly, which they call the conversazione: there were many people playing at ombre, pharaoh, and a game called taroc, with cards so high, (174) to the number of seventy-eight."
"I went to his conversazione, which is very far superior to any thing of the kind at Venice -- the women almost all young -- several pretty -- and the men courteous and cleanly."
"The last two seem to have very little in common with the addiction to singing and dancing characteristic of the rest, and are the only ones who can be imagined as feeling themselves at home in a modern museum, excepting on those evenings when the authorities use the museum (as is the custom in London) for a "conversazione," enlivened by brass bands and songs."