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A man in the middle of the line in a minstrel show who questions the end men and acts as leader

The interlocutor greeted the audience and engaged in comical repartee with the end men, named Tambo and Bones.

A decree of a court

A decree of the English Court of Chancery is not entitled to more respect in Scotland than a decree (interlocutor) of the Scottish Court of Session in England.

A person who takes part in dialogue or conversation

Explanations which continually remind one's interlocutor of one's ignorance are a great damper upon the easy flow of talk.

one who takes part in a conversation or oral discussion
Your interlocutor is the person with whom you are having a conversation. Owen had the habit of staring motionlessly at his interlocutor
a person who takes part in a conversation
the performer in the middle of a minstrel line who engages the others in talk
An interlocutory judgment or sentence
(Scots Law): A judgement or order of a court or of the Lords Ordinary, signed by the pronouncing or presiding judge (short of the final judgement) `Interlocutors, correctly speaking, are judgments or judicial orders pronounced in the course of a suit, but which do not finally determine the cause The term, however, in Scotch practice, is applied indiscriminately to the judgments or orders of the Court, or of the Lords Ordinary, whether they exhaust the question at issue or not' (Bell Dictionary of the Law of Scotland 1861)
If a person or organization has a role as an interlocutor in talks or negotiations, they take part or act as a representative in them. key interlocutors in the Middle East conference. your interlocutor is the person you are speaking to (interloqui, from loqui )
a person who takes part in a conversation the performer in the middle of a minstrel line who engages the others in talk
In Scotland the formal minute of a Court’s decision It tends also to be used to mean the decision of the Court itself in relation to a particular hearing
{i} converser, participant in a conversation
the person(s) the main speaker interacts with in a dialogue
One who takes part in dialogue or conversation; a talker, interpreter, or questioner
Discussion or conversation

Contrary to Storra's hope, however, the conversation between Flinx and his new visitor was going very well indeed. ¶Experienced in the ways of political intrigue, if not interspecies interlocution, Treappyn had settled himself into a comfortable squat.

{n} one who talks with another
his interlocutor
person he is talking with
{i} conversation, dialogue
An intermediate act or decree before final decision
Interchange of speech; dialogue; conversation; conference
Hence, intermediate argument or discussion
a discussion; a conversation
plural of interlocutor



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    /ˌəntərˈläkyətər/ /ˌɪntɜrˈlɑːkjətɜr/


    [ "in-t&r-'lä-ky&-t ] (noun.) 1514. A noun-form of Latin interloquor (“speak between, issue an interlocutory decree”), from inter- + loquor (“speak”).

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