(n.) = dialogue [dialog, -USA] ; talking ; verbal transaction ; verbal exchange. Ex: The user is led through a dialogue which prompts him to specify the parameters of the data base to be created. Ex: The script was improvised on an outline which, I gathered, was the result of three sessions' hard talking to decide whose ideas out of the many suggested should be used. Ex: It is not uncommon for a verbal transaction to present one message while nonverbal cues are communicating quite a different message. Ex: He makes his interlocutors wonder whether his violations of maxims are caused by mental aberration, rather than a conscious intent to disrupt verbal exchange. ---- * diálogo constructivo = constructive dialogue. * diálogo de historieta gráfica = cartoon blurb. * diálogo entre especialistas = scholarly communication. * diálogo pacífico = peaceful talks. * diálogo para la cumplimentación de plantillas = form-filling dialogue. * provocar un diálogo = elicit + dialogue. * relativo al diálogo = conversationally. * suscitar el diálogo = spark + dialogue. * suscitar un diálogo = elicit + dialogue.