exchange ideas

See: converse
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You should have heard the way father went on about this "family" plan; he talked to every one he saw about it; he used to go round to the banker's and talk to the people there- -the people in the post-office; he used to try and exchange ideas about it with the waiters at the hotel.
She could not help thinking, too, that it would be very pleasant to have such a friend as Gilbert to jest and chatter with and exchange ideas about books and studies and ambitions.
A newsboy on the streets, a sailor, a miner, a wanderer in far lands, always where men came together to exchange ideas, to laugh and boast and dare, to relax, to forget the dull toil of tiresome nights and days, always they came together over alcohol.
At the beginning of their acquaintance Hayward, as a member of so celebrated a university, had adopted a patronising attitude towards Weeks, who was a graduate of Harvard; and when by chance the conversation turned upon the Greek tragedians, a subject upon which Hayward felt he spoke with authority, he had assumed the air that it was his part to give information rather than to exchange ideas.
Then I'd try to take an interest in whatever John likes--talk with him, let him read to you, exchange ideas, and help each other in that way.
Participants will discuss and exchange ideas focused in four topic areas:
The group meets once a year to benchmark and exchange ideas on strategic planning, effective use of technology (including the Internet), relationships with government agencies, educational certification, professional standards, membership trends, and other issues.
Metalcasters and suppliers from across the globe will meet to exchange ideas this April at the 110th Metalcasting Congress, which is sponsored by AFS and NADCA.
The idea in these sorts of things is they get to know one another, exchange ideas, exchange information,'' he said.
Its state summit allowed state officers, chairs and chapter presidents to meet, get acquainted, exchange ideas and develop leadership skills.
The center sponsors the Conference every two years as a means to advance the knowledge base in web handling and to provide engineers and researchers a forum to exchange ideas, present technological advances and discuss future directions This year's conference (IWEB2005) included three keynote speakers and a focus on the web handling topics of Lateral Mechanics and Wrinkling, Air Entrainment and Traction, Tension Control and Winding with a best paper award presented for each topic.
Combined operations allow service members in similar fields of knowledge to exchange ideas and improve work practices.