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plenaryadjective [not gradable]

us   /ˈpli·nə·ri, ˈplen·ə-/ fml
having all the members of a group or organization present: a plenary session
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plenaryadjective [before noun]

uk   /ˈpliːnəri/ us   /ˈplenəri/
MEETINGS relating to a meeting at which all the members of a group or an organization are present: a plenary meeting/session

plenarynoun [C]

uk   /ˈpliːnəri/ us   /ˈplenəri/ plural plenaries
MEETINGS a meeting at which all the members of a group or an organization are present: They will reconvene in early March to continue deliberations, before bringing the rules to a full plenary of members for a vote.
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