dialoguer

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dialogue +‎ -er

Noun[edit]

dialoguer (plural dialoguers)

  1. A participant in a dialogue.

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Etymology[edit]

From dialogue +‎ -er

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dialoguer

  1. to dialogue, discuss, negotiate
    Plus de dix mille personnes, venues au Mexique de tous les continents, ont suivi pendant trois jours les conférences du congrès théologique et pastoral, qui témoignait de la pugnacité du catholicisme à une époque de crise, mais aussi de sa difficulté à dialoguer avec ceux qui contestent sa doctrine.
    More than ten million people, arriving in Mexico from every continent, attended conferences of the theological and pastoral congress for three days, bearing witness to the pugnacity of Catholicism in an era of crisis, but also to the difficulty it finds in engaging in dialogue with those who contest its doctrines.

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