Discussion

• (n.) The act or process of discussing by breaking up, or dispersing, as a tumor, or the like. • (n.) The act of discussing or exchanging reasons; examination by argument; debate; disputation; agitation.
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discussion

1. The act or process of discussing by breaking up, or dispersing, as a tumour, or the like. ... 2. The act of discussing or exchanging reasons; examination by argument; debate; disputation; agitation. 'The liberty of discussion is the great safeguard of all other liberties. ... <mathematics>' (Macaulay) Discussion of a problem or an equation...
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discussion

discourse noun an extended communication (often interactive) dealing with some particular topic; `the book contains an excellent discussion of modal logic`; `his treatment of the race question is badly biased`
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discussion

give-and-take noun an exchange of views on some topic; `we had a good discussion`; `we had a word or two about it`
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Discussion

Dis·cus'sion noun [ Latin discussio a shaking, examination, discussion: confer French discussion .] 1. The act or process of discussing by breaking up, or dispersing, as a tumor, or the like. 2. The act of discussing or exchanging reasons; examination by argument; debate;...
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discussion

an extended communication dealing with a particular topic
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discussion

an extended communication dealing with a particular topic
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discussion

an extended communication dealing with a particular topic
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Discussion

Classroom discussions typically begin with the teacher describing the goal or purpose of the discussion. Sometimes discussions may be initiated by the posing of an open-ended question. Teachers can employ a number of techniques to encourage students to participate in discussions, including calling on specific people, or assigning students to be an ...
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discussion

[n] - an exchange of views on some topic 2. [n] - an extended communication (often interactive) dealing with some particular topic
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