Definición de monologue en inglés:

monologue

Saltos de línea: mono|logue
Pronunciación: /ˈmɒn(ə)lɒg
 
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sustantivo

  • 1A long speech by one actor in a play or film, or as part of a theatrical or broadcast programme: he was reciting some of the great monologues of Shakespeare he had a long and exacting monologue at the end of the film
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    • The play starts off with an actor rehearsing a monologue for an acting competition.
    • The lights would rise on each musician as they had their solos, like theatrical monologues, then fade back into the darkness.
    • I was wondering if you have written anything you feel would be appropriate as a theatrical monologue.
    Sinónimos
  • 1.1A long, tedious speech by one person during a conversation: Fred carried on with his monologue as if I hadn’t spoken
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    • However, I find conversations more interesting than monologues.
    • Naturally, because I was talking to him in my head, the whole conversation was a monologue, and it was all about me.
    • The brother entered into a monologue, the sort-of conversation that I had had with him a couple of weeks ago.

Derivativos

monologic

Pronunciación: /-ˈlɒdʒɪk/
adjetivo
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  • By the end of the eighteenth-century, religious discourse was no longer clearly monologic, but more of a controlled dialogue.
  • The oration in the Menexenus, despite its monologic form, is thoroughly dialogical thanks to Socrates' parodic appropriation of the conventions of epitaphios logos.
  • Carnival is the feast of the people; carnival and the marketplace stand in marked contrast throughout the novel to the monologic authority of the serious governing class.

monological

Pronunciación: /-ˈlɒdʒɪk(ə)l/
adjetivo
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  • He reminds us how we need to avoid monological thinking that all actions must be non-violent.
  • How are we to understand such performances of meaning in view of our currently theory - driven monological and individualistic methods of research?
  • The ability to follow a monological narrative or argument from beginning to end seems to have been diminished, along with the habit and taste for reading.

monologist

Pronunciación: /məˈnɒlədʒɪst/
(also monologuist /-gɪst/) sustantivo
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  • A talented actor and monologist, he has won critical acclaim for his one-man shows and diverse body of film work.
  • Jeremiah is as likeable as your average drunk monologist - amusing company as long as he sticks to anecdote and steers clear of personal prejudices.
  • I loved him because besides being a great monologist and the best straight man ever, he looked and reminded me of my father.

monologize

Pronunciación: /məˈnɒlədʒʌɪz/
(also monologise) verbo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Equally, I have seen him swiftly clear a Brussels bar as he monologised on with interesting facts and oddities about his life and times in committee room 1156B of the European Parliament.
  • His interior monologizing can also serve to indicate distance rather than empathy.
  • Although the fool of the novel, Tessa calls into question the monologizing patriarchal tradition.

Origen

mid 17th century: from French, from Greek monologos 'speaking alone'.

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