|three-way discussion||trialogue; trialog|
|(from Italian) social gathering; informal discussion on arts; social gathering to converse about a topic related to arts or science||conversazione|
|(in Journalism) framed story, story or news item that is related and complementary to a main news story, judge-lawyer discussion, supplementary news story||sidebar|
|(Slang) resembling a sermon, resembling a religious lecture; of discussion of moral or ethical standards, giving advice in irritating way||preachy|
|a movement, act of moving, application to a judge or court, indicate, intimate, direct, movement from one note to another, gesture; proposal for discussion; request for a court order (Law); transition from one pitch to another (Musical), passing of sol...||motion|
|academic seminar, discussion meeting, conference at which a specific topic is analyzed and discussed||colloquium|
|act of arriving at a conclusion by means of logical reasoning; logical discussion; the art or science of discursive reasoning; logical contradiction used as a force to continue interaction between two opposing forces;, debate resolving conflict, Hegeli...||dialectic|
|act of describing or discussing something, detailed description or discussion, displaying something to the public, exhibition or fair, opening section of a piece of music, public exhibition, show; clarification; opening section of a fugue (Music), reve...||exposition|
|act of ending a discussion with a vote; closure, close a discussion, end a discussion with a vote, close debate in Senate, closing of debate in Senate||cloture|
|act of evading a discussion or argument by using ambiguous speech; equivocal statement, ambiguous comment; petty criticism, make trivial objections, petty objection, pun, use ambiguous language to evade a discussion or argument; make an equivocal comme...||quibble|
|act of providing with fresh air, airing out, freshening; act of raising a point or question for discussion; oxygenation of the blood, circulation of air, means of supplying fresh air, public discussion||ventilation|
|act of sending out, distribution; something sent out, publication, edition; subject, topic, matter under discussion; end result; children, offspring, add up as gain, allotting of something, announce something publicly, arise from a condition, copy of a...||issue|
|add something as extra, add something to discussion||throw in|
|additional negotiation, repeated settlement through bargaining or discussion||renegotiation|
|Anglo-Saxon local court, arguable, argue a hypothetical case; pose for discussion; make irrelevant, debate on hypothetical issue, have formal argument, not relevant, public discussion, argument of a hypothetical case, subject to argument or discussion;...||moot|
|appear above horizon, appear in court, be happening soon, be mentioned, be selected as winner, emerge from water, go up, rise, climb up; arise (as a point in a discussion), occur unexpectedly||come up|
|area organization of churches, conferring of something, discussion; meeting; convention, meeting for lectures and discussion, meeting for serious discussion, meeting of representatives of organization, meeting of two legislative committees, sports league||conference|
|argue; discuss; consider, argument, argument; discussion, consideration, public meeting for discussion, talk or argue about something, think about something||debate|
|argument, debate, discussion; formal academic debate||disputation|
|assembly, board, group of people (gathered to advise, plan, etc.), church assembly, committee, council meeting, meeting for discussion, people running local affairs||council|
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