In End of Watch, their dialog is spiced with a seemingly endless stream of “bros” and “dudes.”
Everything had become quite still all around during this dialog.
The dialog or monolog should also be adapted to the ages of the pupils who are to do the acting.
However, that is a matter of no consequence, as we are both familiar with the dialog—, or rather the service.
But this dialog is soon interrupted by one of the loveliest scenes in the opera.
dialog denotes ordinarily an artificial or imaginary conversation, generally of two persons, but sometimes of more.
Note that the word 'Turrk' as seen in Irish dialog has been retained as dialect.
Opera comique is a species of opera in which part of the dialog is spoken and part sung.
Your speech is not a monolog, but a dialog, in which you are the speaker, and the auditor a silent tho questioning listener.
dialog′ic, dialogist′ic, -al (-loj-), in the form of a dialogue.
early 13c., "literary work consisting of a conversation between two or more persons," from Old French dialoge, from Latin dialogus, from Greek dialogos "conversation, dialogue," related to dialogesthai "converse," from dia- "across" (see dia-) + legein "speak" (see lecture (n.)).
Sense broadened to "a conversation" c.1400. Mistaken belief that it can only mean "conversation between two persons" is from confusion of dia- and di- (1). A word for "conversation between two persons" is the hybrid duologue (1864).
1. A commercial bibliographic database and retrieval service from DIALOG Information Services.
2. Interactive mathematics using a graphics tablet by Illinois Inst Tech, 1966.
["DIALOG: A Conversational Programming System with a Graphical Orientation", S.H. Cameron et al, CACM 10:349-357 (1967). Sammet 1969, p.255-258].