dialogic

[dahy-uh-loj-ik]
adjective
1.
of, pertaining to, or characterized by dialogue.
2.
participating in dialogue.
Also, dialogical.


Origin:
1825–35; < Medieval Latin dialogicus < Greek dialogikós, equivalent to diálog(os) dialogue + -ikos -ic

dialogically, adverb
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dialogue or dialog (ˈdaɪəˌlɒɡ)
 
n
1.  conversation between two or more people
2.  an exchange of opinions on a particular subject; discussion
3.  the lines spoken by characters in drama or fiction
4.  a particular passage of conversation in a literary or dramatic work
5.  a literary composition in the form of a dialogue
6.  a political discussion between representatives of two nations or groups
 
vb
7.  (tr) to put into the form of a dialogue
8.  (intr) to take part in a dialogue; converse
 
[C13: from Old French dialoge, from Latin dialogus, from Greek dialogos, from dialegesthai to converse; see dialect]
 
dialog or dialog
 
n
 
vb
 
[C13: from Old French dialoge, from Latin dialogus, from Greek dialogos, from dialegesthai to converse; see dialect]
 
dialogic or dialog
 
adj
 
'dialoguer or dialog
 
n

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Example sentences
But hysteria is dialogic: it depends on the needs of patients as well as the
  decisions of doctors.
The function of reasoning would be to find and evaluate reasons in dialogic
  contexts-more plainly, to argue with others.
Dialogic reading encourages your four-and-five-year-old to think and talk by
  answering open-ended questions.
Non-traditional learners' written and dialogic response to literature.
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