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monologue

noun [C] ( US also monolog)
 
 
/ˈmɒn.əl.ɒɡ/ US  /ˈmɑː.nə.lɑːɡ/
a long speech by one person
(一个人的)滔滔不绝的话,长篇大论
disapproving He subjected me to a monologue on his last stay in hospital.
他向我滔滔不绝地讲述了他上次住院的经历。
Lecturing and addressing
a short play for one actor
独角戏
Alan Bennett wrote a series of monologues called Talking Heads.
艾伦‧贝内特写了一系列名为《头脑独白》的独角戏。
Drama and plays
Translations of “monologue”
in Vietnamese kịch một vai…
in Spanish monólogo…
in Thai บทพูดคนเดียว…
in Malaysian monolog…
in French monologue…
in German der Monolog…
in Chinese (Traditional) (一個人的)滔滔不絕的話,長篇大論, 獨角戲…
in Indonesian monolog…
in Russian монолог…
in Turkish tek taraflı konuşma, monolog…
in Polish monolog…
(Definition of monologue from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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