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Sentence count:158+11 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2016-07-16Updated:2016-12-13
Synonym: conversationspeechtalkSimilar words: catalogguestleaguefatigueintriguedcolleaguediarymediaMeaning: ['daɪəlɒg] n. 1. a conversation between two persons 2. the lines spoken by characters in drama or fiction 3. a literary composition in the form of a conversation between two people 4. a discussion intended to produce an agreement. 
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1 They were substituting violence for dialogue.
2 Most plays are written in dialogue.
3 The music and the dialogue spoken by the German and French were dubbed in afterwards.
4 The novel contains too much dialogue and not enough narrative.
5 There needs to be a closer dialogue between management and staff.
6 The play contained some very snappy/witty dialogue.
7 Act Two begins with a short dialogue between father and son.
8 The dialogue sounded stilted and unnatural,( perhaps because of the translation from the original Russian.
9 Managers are willing to hold a dialogue with union leaders.
10 The censors changed some names and dialogue and, not infrequently, banned controversial films completely.
11 The dialogue was unconvincing, partly because it was American actors trying to speak London English.
12 The head encourages a climate of open dialogue among the teachers.
13 The dialogue was worked out by actors in rehearsal.
14 The play was full of slangy dialogue.
15 The consulate will carryon a political dialogue with Indonesia.
16 The dialogue is amusing but the plot is weak.
17 Some of the dialogue has been changed to make it more palatable to an American audience.
18 At last there can be a reasonable dialogue between the two governments.
19 He writes the sort of dialogue that makes great theatre.
20 The contemporary dialogue for me struck a slightly discordant note.
21 I am not sad that you leave, just sad a dialogue.
22 People of all social standings should be given equal opportunities for dialogue.
23 She believes these talks will be the start of a constructive and mean-ingful dialogue.
24 Any possible solution to the Irish question can only come about through dialogue.
25 On the basis of the five principles for peaceful coexistence there can be reasonable dialogue between any two governments.
26 The sound effects had been prerecorded and were added to the dialogue.
27 It seemed to me that I was being shut out of the dialogue and that's something I just don't cotton to.
28 Many of them made a point of praising the film's pithy dialogue.
29 The actors struggled manfully with some of the worst lines of dialogue ever written.
30 It is yet premature to predict the possible outcome of the dialogue.
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