Definitions and translations for "dialogue"

Definition of dialogue

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Noun
1. A conversation or other form of discourse between two or more individuals.
Bill and Melinda maintained a dialogue via email over the course of their long-distance relationship.
2. In a dramatic or literary presentation, the verbal parts of the script or text; the verbalizations of the actors or characters.
The movie had great special effects, but the dialogue was lackluster.
3. A literary form, where the presentation resembles a conversation.
A literary historian, she specialized in the dialogues of ancient Greek philosophers.
4. A dialogue box.
Once the My Computer dialogue opens, select Local Disk (C:), then right click and scroll down.
Verb
5. To discuss or negotiate so that all parties can reach an understanding.
Pearson wanted to dialogue with his overseas counterparts about the new reporting requirements.
6. To take part in a dialogue; to dialogize.
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English - English - dialogue

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n. conversation, discussion, talk
n. conversation, dialog, discussion
v. have a dialog, converse; interact, agitate

English - Spanish - dialogue

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s. diálogo, coloquio, conversación, plática

English - French - dialogue

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n. dialogue

English - German - dialogue

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n. Zwiegespräch, Dialog

English - Indonesian - dialogue

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n. dialog, percakapan dwicakap

English - Italian - dialogue

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s. dialogo

English - Polish - dialogue

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n. dialog
v. dialogować

English - Portuguese - dialogue

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s. diálogo, conversa, discussão

English - Romanian - dialogue

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n. dialog, conversaţie, discuţie

English - Russian - dialogue

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с. диалог, разговор, обмен мнениями, неофициальные переговоры

English - Turkish - dialogue

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i. diyalog, karşılıklı konuşma

English - Ukrainian - dialogue

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n. діалог, розмова, бесіда

French - English - dialogue

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(m) n. conversation, dialog, discussion

English - Dutch - dialogue

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zn. tweegesprek, dialoog

English - Greek - dialogue

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ουσ. διάλογος

French - Spanish - dialogue

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1. (parler) diálogo (m); conversación (f)
2. (écriture) diálogo (m)
3. (conversation) conversación (f); charla (f); diálogo (m); plática (f)

French - German - dialogue

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n. unterredung, dialog, zwiegespräch, gespräch

French - Italian - dialogue

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1. (parler) dialogo (m); conversazione (f)
2. (écriture) dialogo (m)
3. (conversation) conversazione (f); colloquio (m); discorso (m); dialogo (m)

French - Portuguese - dialogue

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1. (parler) diálogo (m); conversa (f); conversação (f)
2. (écriture) diálogo (m)
3. (conversation) conversa (f); diálogo (m); colóquio (m) {formal}; bate-papo (m) {slang}; prosa (f) {informal}

French - Russian - dialogue

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n. диалог (m), разговор (m)

French - Turkish - dialogue

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[le] söyleşi, diyalog

French - Dutch - dialogue

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1. (parler) dialoog (m); samenspraak (m/f); conversatie (f); gesprek (n); tweespraak (m/f)
2. (écriture) dialoog (m)
3. (conversation) gesprek (n); conversatie (f); dialoog (m); praatje (n)

English - Arabic - dialogue

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‏محادثة، محاورة، حوار، تبادل آراء‏
‏تبادل الحوار، صاغ في أسلوب حواري‏

English - Chinese - dialogue

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(名) 对话

English - Chinese - dialogue

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(名) 對話

English - Hindi - dialogue

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n. बातचीत, प्रश्नोत्तर, संभाषण, आलाप, वार्तालाप, संवाद

English - Japanese - dialogue

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(名) 対話; 意見交換; 会話; 対話体

English - Korean - dialogue

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명. 대화, 담화

English - Vietnamese - dialogue

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n. cuộc đối thoại, đàm thoại
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Synonyms for dialogue
talk: discourse, chat
Verb forms for dialogue
Present participle: dialoguing
Present: dialogue (3.person: dialogues)
Past: dialogued
Future: will dialogue
Present conditional: would dialogue
Present Perfect: have dialogued (3.person: has dialogued)
Past Perfect: had dialogued
Future Perfect: will have dialogued
Past conditional: would have dialogued