dialogues (plural noun) · dialog (noun) · dialogs (plural noun)
  1. a conversation between two or more people as a feature of a book, play, or film.
    "the book consisted of a series of dialogues" ·
    "passages of dialogue"
dialogues (third person present) · dialogued (past tense) · dialogued (past participle) · dialoguing (present participle) · dialog (verb) · dialogs (third person present) · dialoged (past tense) · dialoged (past participle) · dialoging (present participle)
  1. take part in a conversation or discussion to resolve a problem.
    "he stated that he wasn't going to dialogue with the guerrillas"
    • provide (a film or play) with a dialogue.
Middle English: from Old French dialoge, via Latin from Greek dialogos, from dialegesthai ‘converse with’, from dia ‘through’ + legein ‘speak’.
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How to use dialogue in a sentence?
the yarn's fanciful excesses are counterpointed with some sharp and unsentimental dialogue.
he seems more interested in demagoguing the issue in media interviews than in dialogue.
the union's approach was based on increased dialogue and the moderation of demands.
he couldn't seem to remember his lines and had to read his dialogue off boards.
the play's cast was excellent, but the dialogue was unforgivably cringeworthy.
a Hudibrastic dialogue ridiculing various systems of philosophy.
he stated that he wasn't going to dialogue with the guerrillas.
any dialogue between them is a step in the right direction.
he delivers his flavourless dialogue in a listless deadpan.
the dialogue and the narrative suffer from awkward syntax.
he must stress the paramountcy of diplomacy and dialogue.
the USA would enter into a direct dialogue with Vietnam.
interfaith dialogue can easily slip into syncretism.
in all honesty, most of the dialogue is laughable.
the lightness of the dialogue made it frivolous.
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How to say dialogue in other languages?
Laguages Translations
Afrikaans (NOUN)dialoog
Arabic (NOUN)الحوار, حوار, إجراء حوار, حوارا, اقامه حوار, حوارها, التحاور
Bangla সংলাপ
Bosnian (Latin) dijalog
Bulgarian (NOUN)диалог
Cantonese (Traditional) 對話
Catalan (NOUN)diàleg, interlocució
Chinese Simplified 对话
Chinese Traditional 對話
Croatian (NOUN)dijalog
Czech (NOUN)dialog
Danish (NOUN)dialog
Dutch (NOUN)dialoog, overleg
Estonian (NOUN)dialoogi
Fijian veivosaki
Filipino talakayan
Finnish (NOUN)vuoropuhelua, dialogi, välisen vuoropuhelun, keskustelua
French (NOUN)concertation
German (NOUN)Dialog, Gespräch
Greek (NOUN)διάλογο, ∆ιάλογος
Haitian Creole dyaloge
Hebrew (NOUN)דיאלוג, הדיאלוג, לדיאלוג, בדו-שיח, שיח, השיח, דו-שיח
Hindi (NOUN)बातचीत, वार्ता, संवाद, डायलॉग
Hmong Daw kev sib tham
Hungarian (NOUN)párbeszéd, dialógus, egyeztetési
Icelandic (NOUN)samtal, umræðu
Indonesian (NOUN)dialog, percakapan
Italian (NOUN)dialogo
Japanese (NOUN)対話, ダイアログ, ダイアローグ, 会話, セリフ
Kiswahili (NOUN)mazungumzo, mjadala
Korean (NOUN)대화, 대사
Latvian (NOUN)dialogu
Lithuanian (NOUN)dialogą
Malagasy olona ifampiresahana
Malay (Latin) (NOUN)dialog
Maltese (NOUN)djalogu
Norwegian Bokmål dialog
Persian (NOUN)گفتگو, گو
Polish (NOUN)dialogu
Portuguese (NOUN)diálogo
Querétaro Otomi diálogo
Romanian (NOUN)dialog
Russian (NOUN)диалога, проведения диалога, общения
Samoan talanoaga
Serbian (Cyrillic) дијалог
Serbian (Latin) dijalog
Slovak (NOUN)dialóg
Slovenian (NOUN)dialog, dvogovor
Spanish (NOUN)diálogo
Swedish (NOUN)dialog
Tahitian tauaparau
Tamil உரையாடல்
Telugu డైలాగ్
Thai บทสนทนา
Tongan fepotalanoa'aki
Turkish (NOUN)diyalog, muhavere, Dialog
Ukrainian (NOUN)діалогу, спілкування
Urdu (NOUN)مکالمے
Vietnamese (NOUN)thoại
Welsh (NOUN)deialog, dialog, trafodaethau, drafodaeth, sgwrs, thrafod
Yucatec Maya diálogo
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