dialogue · noun C or U /ˈdɑɪ.əˌlɔːg/Full view
dialogue (IN BOOK, ETC.)
B2 (a) conversation that is written for a book, play, movie, etc.
Dictionary examples:

The play contained some very funny dialogue.

Act Two begins with a short dialogue between father and son.

Learner example:

However, she shows her courage during her first dialogue with Joss. (First Certificate in English; B2; Italian)

dialogue (DISCUSSION)
C2 a formal discussion between countries or groups of people
Dictionary example:

We need to enter into a dialogue with these people.

Learner example:

The way I see it, history has proven that authority without dialogue leads to rebellion, and I do not see rebellion as a way to improvement, but as a symbol of failure. (Certificate of Proficiency in English; C2; Spanish)

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