Translation of monologar in English:
verbo intransitivo/intransitive verb
- 1.1 [Teatro] to deliver a monologue 1.2 (hablar) to talk nos encantaba oírlo monologar sobre sus viajes we used to love listening to his monologues about his travels, we used to love listening to him talk about his travels es difícil hablar con él, ya sabes que le gusta monologar [familiar/colloquial] it's difficult to have a conversation with him, you know how he likes the sound of his own voice o how he likes to hold forth o how he likes to talk
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