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plenary

adjective uk   /ˈpliː.nə.ri/ us    /-nɚ.i/ specialized
A plenery meeting is one at which all the members of a group or organization are present, especially at a conference : a plenary session of the UN Security Council

plenary

noun [C] uk   /ˈpliː.nə.ri/ us    /-nɚ.i/ specialized
a plenary meeting
Translations of “plenary”
in Spanish Reunión de una Junta, Pleno…
in Chinese (Traditional) 全體的,全體出席的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 全体的,全体出席的…
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