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workshop

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈwɜːkʃɒp/
WORKPLACE a room or building where things are made or repaired using machines or tools: The amber products are produced in the workshop. A truck that does a 1,500 mile roundtrip requires five days in the workshop when it gets back.
HR a meeting in which people learn about a subject by discussing it or doing activities relating to it: They offer a series of bilingual workshops on budgeting, marketing and managing a business. A series of workshops for restaurant managers was set up.do/hold/run a workshop Belinda runs workshops addressing issues related to working from home. The rest of the day they listened to speakers and attended workshops about leadership.
(Definition of workshop from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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