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dialogue

noun [C/U] (also dialog)  us   /ˈdɑɪ·əˌlɔɡ, -ˌlɑɡ/

dialogue noun [C/U] (CONVERSATION)

literature conversation between the characters in a story, such as in a book or movie: [U] Oscar Wilde’s plays are famous for their witty dialogue.

dialogue noun [C/U] (EXCHANGE OF OPINION)

a serious exchange of opinion, esp. among people or groups that disagree: [C] We have held a number of meetings, and the dialogue is ongoing.
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