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dialogue

noun [C, U] ( also US dialog)
 
 
/ˈdaɪəlɒɡ/
TALKING B2 the talking in a book, play, or film
karşılıklı konuşma, diyalog
Casting, roles and scripts
DISCUSSION a formal discussion between countries or groups of people
ülkeler/kişiler arası karşılıklı diyalog/görüşme
Debate and discussion
Translations of “dialogue”
in Arabic حِوار…
in Korean 대화…
in Malaysian dialog…
in French dialogue…
in Italian dialogo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 對話,對白, (敵對國家、政治團體間的)對話…
in Russian диалог, переговоры…
in Polish dialog…
in Vietnamese đối thoại…
in Spanish diálogo…
in Portuguese diálogo…
in Thai บทสนทนา…
in German der Dialog…
in Catalan diàleg…
in Japanese (劇や小説などの中での)対話, 会話…
in Indonesian dialog…
in Chinese (Simplified) 对话,对白, (敌对国家、政治团体间的)对话…
(Definition of dialogue from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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