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talks

noun [plural]
 
 
/tɔːks/
formal meetings, especially between political leaders, to discuss a problem and to try to reach an agreement: peace talks US officials are holding talks with EU leaders over trade.Diplomacy and mediationOfficial meetingsMeeting people
Translations of “talks”
in Russian переговоры…
in Turkish müzakereler, görüşmeler…
in Polish rozmowy…
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