con·ver·sant (kən-vûrsənt, kŏnvər-)
Familiar or knowledgeable, as by study or experience: conversant with medieval history.
[Middle English conversaunt, associated with, from Old French conversant, present participle of converser, to associate with, from Latin conversārī; see CONVERSE1.]
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