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 movie or play) with a dialogue
Conversation between two or more people as a feature of a book, play, or movie
the book consisted of a series of dialogues
passages of dialogue
A discussion between two or more people or groups, esp. one directed toward exploration of a particular subject or resolution of a problem
the U.S. would enter into a direct dialogue with Vietnam
a conversation between two persons
the lines spoken by characters in drama or fiction
a literary composition in the form of a conversation between two people; "he has read Plato's Dialogues in the original Greek"
negotiation: a discussion intended to produce an agreement; "the buyout negotiation lasted several days"; "they disagreed but kept an open dialogue"; "talks between Israelis and Palestinians"
Dialogue (sometimes spelled dialog in North American English) is a literary and theatrical form, the most notable examples of which in Western literature are the dialogues of Plato. Dialogue is, fundamentally, a written or spoken conversational exchange between two or more people.
Dialogue is an album by jazz vibraphonist Bobby Hutcherson, released on the Blue Note label in 1965. This was Hutcherson's first LP released as bandleader (an earlier session, "The Kicker," has since been issued on CD by Blue Note), following work with Eric Dolphy. ...
Dialogue in fiction is a verbal exchange between two or more characters. If there is only one character, who is talking to himself in his mind, it is known as interior monologue.
Dialogue is Four Tet's debut album, released on 1 February 1999.
The Dialogue Concerning the Two Chief World Systems (Dialogo sopra i due massimi sistemi del mondo) was a 1632 Italian language book by Galileo Galilei comparing the Copernican system with the traditional Ptolemaic system. ...
Dialogue was an art magazine founded and published in Akron, and later Columbus, Ohio. It covered the arts of Ohio, Michigan, Indiana, western Pennsylvania, Kentucky and northern Illinois. ...
(Dialogues) (1977, 2nd ed. 1996), with Claire Parnet. Trans. Dialogues.
(Dialogues) Malebranche, N., 1997, Dialogues on Metaphysics and on Religion, ed. Jolley & trans. Scott, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
(Dialogues) The words said during the course of the film. They include conversations between the characters as well as inner monologues.
(Dialogues) a book, consisting of the transcription of discussion between Harkur and Viton, dealing mostly with politics and social problems. See GLOSSARY
It's true that Shakespeare used "dialogue" as a verb ("Dost Dialogue with thy shadow?"). But I've got news for ya, buddy: You ain't no Shakespeare. Resist the temptation to use this utterly superfluous verb as a substitute for "talk" or "speak. ...
Conversation between two or more people that advances the action, is consistent with the character of the speakers, and serves to give relief from passages essentially descriptive or expository. See Description, Exposition, Drama
In drama, a conversation between characters. One interesting type of dialogue, stichomythia, occurs when the dialogue takes the form of a verbal duel between characters, as in the following between Hamlet and his mother, Gertrude. ...
Speech between characters in a film.
This is a structured, usually moderated, process to discuss and deliberate on issues allowing participants with differing values and priorities to build a common understanding of the problems and opportunities. ...
Animating Democracy’s understanding of dialogue derives from the Study Circles Resource Center: Two or more parties with differing viewpoints working toward common understanding in an open-ended, face-to-face format. ...
A dialogue is an open, honest discussion between or among the parties in a dispute. In a dialogue, the parties learn about the other group's feelings, beliefs, interests and needs, without trying to "win" over the other side. ...
Dialogue is a process for sharing and learning about another group's beliefs, feelings, interests, and/or needs in a non-adversarial, open way, usually with the help of a third-party facilitator. ...
Dialogue: A Journal of Mormon Thought 1965-.
Self-reflective exchanges engaged in by the college community, characterized by a free exchange of ideas without the purpose of defending or deciding on a course of action.
Carefully planned and structured two-way, active and interactive discussion and listening. An essential management skill, needed to truly understand stakeholders’ views.