dialogue with (one)

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dialogue with (one)

To discuss something with someone. After dialoguing with Marie about that problem, I came up with a good solution.
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Farlex Dictionary of Idioms. © 2015 Farlex, Inc, all rights reserved.

dialogue with someone

to talk with someone. I look forward to dialoguing with you tomorrow. The supervisor sets aside time to dialogue with each and every person in the department once a week.
See also: dialogue
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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But the communities are still largely underrepresented, because both the BCDA and the NCIP are only in dialogue with one NCIP-accredited Aeta tribe.
Senator Makarfi appealed to the people to always eschew violence and embrace the time-tested process of constructive engagement through dialogue with one another, which has always proven to be a more effective and sustainable conflict resolution mechanism.
It is, perhaps, rare for a Harvard constitutional law professor, a millennial social worker from New York City, and the leading living scholar of Kabbalah to be in dialogue with one another at an academic conference.
Here scholars elucidate various theological and strands in Paul and Seneca by placing them in dialogue with one another (leaving out the fictitious correspondence between them).
This graphic novel documents the power of dialogue with one's ancestry.
"Having a government has become an urgent demand amid the surrounding dangers," he said, calling on politicians to put aside their personal interests and resort to dialogue with one aim in mind: solving the country's crises, hence bringing Lebanon safe to shore.
Unacceptable "We explained at some length that you can't run a club from India and only have dialogue with one man here.
PwC said: "After an extensive marketing programme and discussions with a range of potential purchasers, the administrators can confirm they are engaged in dialogue with one party on an exclusive basis, with the hope of achieving a sale of the LDV business and its' assets.
During the structured dialogue process, physicians engage in face-to-face dialogue with one another and hospital leaders and learn to view their individual practices within a larger context.
This piece set up a dialogue with one on the opposite wall, where dense gold invades the entire surface of the paper.
The "diversity of communities, traditions, understandings of the truth, and visions of God is not an obstacle for us to overcome, but an opportunity for our energetic engagement and dialogue with one another" (Eck, 1993, 168).
Whether it was in her youth, in primary school, in her secondary education, or in her university courses in medical school, Gianna received from exemplary priests, religious, and from wise professors, a pedagogical formation that was clearly in harmony with Cardinal John Henry Newman's idea of a university in which theology, the arts, and sciences would be taught in dialogue with one another.
Yet, due to the existence of other destabilizing factors, the hemisphere must also promote wide-ranging partnership, cooperation, and dialogue with one another, with the ultimate aim of increasing transparency, mutual confidence, and the capacity for coordinated action.
By illustrating how conscientization, which is defined as moving out of adaptation into integration, enabled the culture circle and collective members to develop confidence in their abilities to think, learn, and enter into dialogue with one another and with society at large, the case study provided evidence of popular education's transformative potential.