colloquy definition

  • noun:
    • A conversation, specifically an official one.
    • a discussion, specifically a formal one.
    • A written discussion.
    • A written discussion.
    • A discussion during an endeavor which a judge ensures that the defendant knows something occurring within the trial and just what their liberties are.
    • A discussion during an endeavor for which a judge means that the defendant knows what's occurring inside test and just what their legal rights are.
    • shared discourse of several people; conference; conversation.
    • Mutual discourse of a couple of persons; summit; conversation.
    • In some US universities, a component in events, assigned for a specific grant rank; a designation of rank in collegiate scholarship.
    • In some US colleges, a part in exhibitions, assigned for a certain scholarship rank; a designation of ranking in collegiate grant.
    • A conversation; specifically, a discussion which is of this nature of a discussion or summit.
    • a discussion; particularly, a conversation that will be of the nature of a discussion or meeting.
    • formal discussion
    • formal discussion
    • a discussion specifically a formal one
    • a discussion specially a formal one

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