Definitions for colloquiumkəˈloʊ kwi əm; -kwi ə

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Random House Webster's College Dictionary

col•lo•qui•umkəˈloʊ kwi əm; -kwi ə(n.)(pl.)-qui•ums, -qui•a

  1. a conference at which scholars or other experts present papers on and discuss a specific topic.

Origin of colloquium:

1600–10; < L: talk, conversation

Princeton's WordNet

  1. colloquium(noun)

    an academic meeting or seminar usually led by a different lecturer and on a different topic at each meeting

  2. colloquium(noun)

    an address to an academic meeting or seminar

Wiktionary

  1. colloquium(Noun)

    A colloquy; a meeting for discussion.

  2. colloquium(Noun)

    An academic meeting or seminar usually led by a different lecturer and on a different topic at each meeting.

  3. colloquium(Noun)

    An address to an academic meeting or seminar.

  4. colloquium(Noun)

    That part of the complaint or declaration in an action for defamation which shows that the words complained of were spoken concerning the plaintiff.

  5. Origin: colloquium.

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