Collocutor
Collocutor Col"lo*cu`tor, n. [L. collocutor] One of the speakers in a dialogue. --Derham. [1913 Webster]

The Collaborative International Dictionary of English. 2000.

Look at other dictionaries:

  • collocutor — noun Any of the people engaged in a conversation See Also: collocution …   Wiktionary

  • collocutor — col·loc·u·tor || kÉ’lÉ™kjuːtÉ™ n. speaker in a dialogue, participant in a conversation …   English contemporary dictionary

  • collocutor — [ kɒləˌkju:tə, kə lɒkjʊtə] noun rare a person who converses with another. Origin C16: from late L., from collocut , colloqui to converse …   English new terms dictionary

  • collocutor — col·loc·u·tor …   English syllables

  • collocutor — /kəˈlɒkjətə/ (say kuh lokyuhtuh) noun someone who talks to another; someone who takes part in a colloquy …   Australian English dictionary

  • collocutor — n. a person who takes part in a conversation. Etymology: LL f. colloqui (as COM , loqui locut talk) …   Useful english dictionary

  • colocutor — colocutor, a (del lat. «collocūtor, ōris») n. Participante en un coloquio. ⇒ *Conversar. * * * colocutor, ra. (Del lat. collocūtor, ōris). m. y f. p. us. Persona que habla con otra. || 2. p. us …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • Encryption layer in storage stack — There is a plurality of terms that are used to describe implementations of disk encryption: on the fly encryption (OTFE); full disk encryption (FDE), whole disk encryption; filesystem level encryption, encrypted filesystem, cryptographic… …   Wikipedia

  • collocution — noun An instance of multiple people speaking to each other; a conversation or conference See Also: collocutor …   Wiktionary

  • Matthäus Ratzenberger — (auch: „Ratzeberger“, „Ratzenperger“ oder „Razzeberg“; * 1501 in Ratzenberg damals Hoheitsgebiet von Wangen[1]; † 4. Januar 1559 in Erfurt) war Arzt und Reformator, Freund Luthers und anfangs auch Melanchthons, als Leibarzt mehrerer… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

Share the article and excerpts

Direct link
Do a right-click on the link above
and select “Copy Link”