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teleconferencenoun [C]

uk   /ˌtel.ɪˈkɒn.fər.əns/  us   /-ˈkɑːn.fɚ-/
(Definition of teleconference from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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teleconferencenoun [C or U]

uk   us   /ˌtelɪˈkɒnfərəns/ MEETINGS, COMMUNICATIONS
a discussion between two or more ​people or ​groups in different ​places in which they communicate using ​phones, ​computers, etc., or the ​act of taking ​part in such a discussion: teleconference with sb Analysts ​participating in the teleconference with ​management were particularly interested in the ​potential for ​revenuegrowth.hold/attend/have a teleconference The ​company will be ​holding a teleconference to announce a ​majorpartnership. a teleconference ​callby/via teleconference The Board of Trustees will ​meet via teleconference to discuss ​appointment of an ​interimpresident.
teleconference
verb [I]
This is helpful for ​staffmembers who need to teleconference on a ​regularbasis.
(Definition of teleconference from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “teleconference”
in Chinese (Simplified) 电话会议,电视会议…
in Turkish telekonferans, uydu aracılığıyla uzaktan verilen konferans…
in Russian телеконференция…
in Chinese (Traditional) 電話會議,電視會議…
in Polish telekonferencja…
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