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  • EN [ ˈkɒnfərəns]
  • US [ ˈkɑːnfərəns]

English definition


  • 1. a prearranged meeting for consultation or exchange of information or discussion (especially one with a formal agenda)

  • 2. an association of sports teams that organizes matches for its members

  • 3. a discussion among participants who have an agreed (serious) topic

Example sentences

  • The representatives pronounced against the decision made at the conference.

  • He's tied up in conference all day.

  • The conference hall is provided with facilities for simultaneous interpretation in five languages.

  • The conference begins this week against a backdrop of unmitigated gloom.

  • The announcement was made in an impromptu press conference at the airport.

  • The conference was inaugurated yesterday.

  • The conference was hailed as a great success.

  • The conference spent days discussing the vexed question of border controls.

  • But at the annual party conference he always made the right noises.

  • Last weekend the Roman Catholic Church in Scotland held a conference, attended by 450 delegates.

  • The economy will come under the spotlight today at the conference of the Trades Union Congress.

  • The conference, which closed yesterday, was a prelude to a Communist Party Central Committee meeting.

  • We must do everything in our power to ensure the success of the conference.

  • There are three conference rooms each of which is equipped with a screen, flipchart and audio visual equipment.

  • Book your place on this unmissable conference.

  • Stipe attended yesterday's news conference to lend his support.

  • A phrase from the conference floor set my mind wandering.

  • She said that the Americans are appalled at the statements made at the conference.

  • The announcement was made at a news conference.

  • The press conference was broadcast live on Polish television.

  • The conference is now debating the motion and will vote on it shortly.

  • He told a news conference that the elections would be a masquerade.

  • They were pointedly absent from the news conference.

  • It seems anyone who's anyone in business is going to the conference.

  • Yesterday's speech to the Scottish party conference rehearsed the arguments again.

  • He has offered seats at the conference table to the Russian leader and the president of Kazakhstan.

  • They withdrew their support after the President described the conference as a platform to cause political mischief.

  • The conference might reconvene after its opening session.

  • He told a press conference that Spain was suffering one of the worst droughts of the century.

  • He called a family conference and faced them with the problems.

Phrase collocation

  • in conference

    in a meeting; engaged in discussions

Synonym discrimination

  • conference, congress, assembly, meeting, rally, council, session, convention, gathering

Meaning of conference

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