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round tableadjective [before noun]

(also round-table) uk   us   MEETINGS
used to describe a discussion or ​meeting where everyone is ​thought of as ​equal in ​importance: The round ​table discussion will be with ​businessexecutives.
(Definition of round table from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “round-table”
in Chinese (Simplified) (讨论或会议)圆桌的(指参与者身份平等)…
in Chinese (Traditional) (討論或會議)圓桌的(指參與者身分平等)…
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