adjourn to somewhere Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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adjourn to somewhere

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phrasal verb with adjourn uk   /əˈdʒɜːn/  us   /-ˈdʒɝːn/ verb [I or T] formal
to ​finish doing something and go ​somewhere, usually for a ​drink and some ​food: Shall we ​adjourn to the ​sittingroom for ​coffee?
(Definition of adjourn to somewhere from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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adjourn to somewhere

phrasal verb with adjourn uk   us   /əˈdʒɜːn/ verb [I or T] formal
to go to another ​place, usually after something has ​ended: After the ​meeting had ​ended, they ​adjourned to the garden.
(Definition of adjourn to somewhere from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “adjourn to somewhere”
in Chinese (Simplified) (通常指为享用饮食)到别处…
in Chinese (Traditional) (通常指為享用飲食)到別處…
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