interlocutory definition

  • adjective:
    • Law Pronounced or decided throughout an action or suit and just short-term or provisional in general: an interlocutory decree.
    • Of or with respect to dialogue or discussion.
    • Interjected into something spoken.
    • Expressed during a legal activity that awaits ultimate decision.
    • Of or related to legal action that's short-term or provisional.
    • Consisting of, or getting the nature of, discussion; conversational.
    • Intermediate; not final or definitive; made or done throughout the progress of an action.
    • comprising discussion
  • noun:
    • you engaged in a discussion, an interlocutor.
    • Interpolated discussion or discussion.
    • Interpolated discussion or discussion.
  • others:
    • Consisting in or partaking of this personality of dialogue; related to, described as, or playing discussion; conversational: since, interlocutory training; an interlocutory encounter.
    • Spoken intermediately; interjected into the main-course of address; particularly, in law, uttered or promulgated incidentally; perhaps not determinative or final in purport: as, an interlocutory debate; an interlocutory purchase, decree, or view (that's, one relating to a particular question or part of an instance, however towards last concern).
    • In law, intermediately transacted; taking place independent of the main-course of a reason.

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