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confer

verb   /kənˈfɜːr/ (-rr-)
to exchange ideas on a particular subject, often in order to reach a decision on what action to take consultar I need some time to confer with my lawyer.1157
to give an official title, honour, or advantage to someone conceder, conferir An honorary doctorate was conferred on him by Columbia University.794
(Definition of confer from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

confer

verb /kənˈfəː/ ( past tense, past participle conferred)
(often with with) to consult each other consultar (con) The staff conferred (with the headmaster) about the new timetable.
(with on) to give (an honour) to someone conceder The university conferred degrees on two famous scientists.
conference /ˈkonfərəns/ noun
a meeting for discussion conferencia The conference of heart specialists was held in New York.
conference call noun
a telephone conversation in which more than two people participate. teleconferencia
(Definition of confer from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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