1. To make (somebody) laugh.
2. To occupy in an agreeable, entertaining or pleasant fashion; SYN. divert, disport.
To carry on a conversation; SYN. discourse.
In mathematics, the reversed order of a conditional statement; the converse of the statement “if a, then b” is “if b, then a”. The converse does not always hold true; for example, the converse of “if x = 3, then x2 = 9” is “if x2 = 9, then x = 3”, which is not true, as x could also be -3.
1. To provide entertainment for.
2. To take into consideration, have in view; SYN. think of, turn to, toy with, flirt with, think about.
1. To keep in an existing state (as of repair, efficiency, or validity); preserve from failure or decline
2. To sustain against opposition or danger; uphold and defend
3. To continue or persevere in; carry on, keep up
4. To support or provide for; sustain
5. To affirm in or as if in argument; assert
6. To state or assert; SYN. defend.