Definition of collocutor in English:

collocutor

Pronunciation: /ˈkɒləˌkjuːtə//kəˈlɒkjʊtə/

noun

rare
  • A person who takes part in a conversation.

    • ‘The collocutors admitted that the construction of the Iran-Armenia gas pipeline was an urgent programme.’
    • ‘Albanians, our collocutor emphasizes, are doing all of this deliberately and in coordination with each other.’
    • ‘This idea was warmly received by the collocutors, who offered their assistance in its realization.’
    • ‘The pairs of collocutors will be from Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Slovenia, Croatia and Macedonia.’
    • ‘A five-minute daily program featuring three collocutors responding to the same questions in the course of the week.’

Origin

Mid 16th century: from late Latin, from collocut- conversed, from the verb colloqui.

Pronunciation:

collocutor

/ˈkɒləˌkjuːtə//kəˈlɒkjʊtə/