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From French monologue created in the beginning of the 16th century based on the example of dialogue from mono- (single) + -logue (talk).

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Singular
Monologue

Plural
Monologues

Monologue (plural Monologues)
  1. (drama) A type of art that consist of soliloquy, a long speech by one person.
  2. (comedy) A long series of comic stories and jokes as an entertainment.
  3. A long, uninterrupted utterance that monopolizes a conversation.

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Infinitive
to Monologue

Third person singular
Monologues

Simple past
monologued

Past participle
monologued

Present participle
monologuing

to Monologue (third-person singular simple present Monologues, present participle monologuing, simple past and past participle monologued)
  1. To deliver a monologue

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Monologue m. (plural Monologues)

  1. monologue

fr:monologue io:monologue id:monologue hu:monologue ml:monologue pl:monologue ru:monologue fi:monologue te:monologue tr:monologue vi:monologue zh:monologue

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