from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A conversation or discussion in which three people or groups participate.
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- n. A discourse or colloquy by three people.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A discourse or colloquy by three persons.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Discourse by three speakers; a colloquy of three persons.
However, that position will have to be reconciled — in a so-called trialogue among the European Parliament, Commission and the governments — with a different version of the law going through the parliament.
Keller pastor's multifaith initiative includes 'trialogue' with Muslims, Jews
Afghanistan-India-Pakistan 'trialogue' organised by Delhi Policy Group yesterday.
However, there are rumours that a third option may be available, which is for discussions to continue on the basis of an informal "trialogue" between the three institutions.
I think my favourite was "trialogue", which captures the spirit of the place.
Turmes, who is responsible for guiding the proposal through Parliament, said while much progress had been made in 'trialogue' negotiations between the European Commission, Parliament and the French Presidency, Paris was "refusing to engage in meaningful negotiation" of the main outstanding issues.
France, which holds the presidency of the European Council until the end of the year, is currently in 'trialogue' talks with representatives of the Commission and Parliament.
He also was a co-founder of a group aimed at promoting "trialogue" among Jews, Christians and Muslims.
The Nuncio was asked if there were any attempts at a Jewish-Catholic-Muslim trialogue.
And each of the trialogue spoke their truth with humility, grace and humor.