When three people are talking, this is an example of a trialogue.
Origin of trialogue; from tri- + -logue
Origin of trialoguetri– + (di)alogue.
- A discourse or colloquy by three people.
- (European Union) An informal tripartite meeting attended by representatives of the European Parliament, the Council of the European Union, and the European Commission.
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