colloquy

  • 1 Colloquy — 2.1 sous Mac OS X 10.5.1 …

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  • 2 Colloquy — Colloquy …

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  • 3 Colloquy — Entwickler Timothy Hatcher, Karl Adam, Kevin Ballard Aktuelle Version 2.3 (4617) (21. August 2009) …

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  • 4 Colloquy — (from Latin colloquium: con [together] + loqui [speak]); meaning discussion or conversation ; may refer to the following: Colloquy (religious), a meeting to settle differences of doctrine or dogma Colloquy (company), a loyalty marketing company… …

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  • 5 Colloquy — ? Información general Última versión estable 2.2 (4129) 9 de enero de 2008 Género Cliente de IRC …

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  • 6 colloquy — col·lo·quy / kä lə kwē/ n: a discussion during a hearing between the judge and the defendant usu. to ascertain the defendant s understanding of his or her rights and of the court proceedings Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster.… …

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  • 7 Colloquy — Col lo*quy, n.; pl. {Colloquies}. [L. colloquium. See {Collocution}.] 1. Mutual discourse of two or more persons; conference; conversation. [1913 Webster] They went to Worms, to the colloquy there about religion. A. Wood. [1913 Webster] 2. In… …

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  • 8 colloquy — mid 15c., discourse, from L. colloquium conference, conversation, lit. a speaking together, from com together (see COM (Cf. com )) + loquium speaking, from loqui to speak (see LOCUTION (Cf. locution)). Meaning …

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  • 9 colloquy — [n] conversation, debate buzz session, chat, chinfest*, chitchat, clambake*, colloquium, confab*, confabulation, conference, converse, dialogue, discourse, discussion, flap*, gab fest*, gam*, groupthink*, huddle*, palaver, parley, powwow*, rap*,… …

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  • 10 colloquy — ► NOUN (pl. colloquies) 1) formal a conference or conversation. 2) a gathering for discussion of theological questions. ORIGIN Latin colloquium conversation …

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  • 11 colloquy — [käl′ə kwē] n. pl. colloquies [L colloquium, conversation < com , together + loqui, speak] a conversation, esp. a formal discussion; conference …

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  • 12 colloquy — n. (formal) a colloquy between * * * [ kɒləkwɪ] (formal) a colloquy between …

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  • 13 colloquy — noun (plural quies) Etymology: Latin colloquium, from colloqui to converse, from com + loqui to speak Date: 15th century 1. conversation, dialogue 2. a high level serious discussion ; …

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  • 14 colloquy — colloquist, n. /kol euh kwee/, n., pl. colloquies. 1. a conversational exchange; dialogue. 2. a conference. [1555 65; < L colloquium COLLOQUIUM] * * * …

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  • 15 colloquy — noun /ˈkɒ.lə.kwi/ a) A conversation or dialogue. And she repeated the free caress into which her colloquies with Maisie almost always broke and which made the child feel that her affection at least was a gage of safety. b) A church court held by… …

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  • 16 colloquy — Synonyms and related words: chat, colloquial discourse, colloquium, communication, communion, confabulation, conversation, converse, conversing, dialogue, discourse, exchange, give and take, intercourse, interlocution, palaver, parley, rap… …

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  • 17 colloquy — I (Roget s IV) n. Syn. debate, dialogue, conference; see conversation , discussion 1 . II (Roget s 3 Superthesaurus) n. talk, conversation, dialogue, discussion, chat, discourse, council, conference. III (Roget s Thesaurus II) noun Spoken… …

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  • 18 colloquy — col|lo|quy [ˈkɔləkwi US ˈka: ] n formal [Date: 1400 1500; : Latin; Origin: colloquium, from colloqui to have a conversation , from com ( COM ) + loqui to speak ] a conversation →↑soliloquy …

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  • 19 colloquy — col|lo|quy [ kaləkwi ] noun count VERY FORMAL a conversation or meeting …

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  • 20 colloquy — speaking together; mutual discourse Styles of Speech …

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