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matters arisingnoun [plural]

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MEETINGS on an agenda (= the ​list of things to be discussed at a ​meeting), the ​opportunity for problems or ​questions from a previous ​meeting to be discussed : There were no matters arising from the ​minutes of the previous ​meeting.
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