(now literary) Familiardiscourse; free interchange of thoughts or views; conversation; chat. (noun)
Opposite or reverse. (adjective)
Examples of word converse
_Contrast'_ the two. converse Did you _converse'_ with him?
V. ii.744 (463,8) [In the converse of breath] Perhaps _converse_ may, in this line, mean _interchange_.
Is the term converse here used in its logical meaning?
You don't hear of a lot of women raping men, but the converse is a major social problem.
Historically, the converse is the case: attempts to weaken [a sovereign] either destroy it, resulting in chaos and death, or force it to compensate by enlarging, resulting in the familiar “red-giant state.”
But the converse is also true: The I.P. addresses Google collects, when combined with other information, can sometimes identify an individual, or a household.